RB Lifestyle presents 8 Rappers Who Where Born Rich. The struggle from zero to hero is often glorified in the music industry. Such rappers as Lil Wayne, Jay-Z and 50 Cent were all examples of an amazing struggle to the top; an underdogs dream. However, some rappers are much more fortunate, to the point where it was just all given to them the minute they were born. Check out our list of these eight lucky rappers.
It’s a given when your dad is Will Smith, you can pretty much do whatever you want to do. Not only was Jaiden born rich, he is one of the top paid child actors in the film industry. He is now taking a stab at a rap career.
Lil Romeo is Master P’s son. Master P still has a net worth of over half a billion dollars, so you know Romeo literally has nothing to worry about. He is also a child actor and entrepreneur as well.
Richard is the son of Tommy Hilfiger who is worth billions. There’s not more than needs to be explained. Richard has released a couple of albums in his music career and is currently in a relationship with Rita Ora.
Redfoo from LMFAO has parents who have been in the music industry for a long time, and they are very wealthy. His father is Barry Gordon, that about finishes this segment. He is rich and probably very spoiled when it comes to releasing music.
The Alchemist is a well known person from Beverly Hills who went to school with Angolina Jolie. He currently works with Shady Records and Eminem. He is also a very successful DJ and producer working on his own.
Chet Hanks is the son of actor Tom Hanks. He also is an actor and has many siblings all in the entertainment business. We don’t know exactly what albums or projects Chet has released recently, but we do know he decided to go into a rap music career.
Diggy Simmons is Reverend Run’s fourth child. He has five other siblings and was part of the MTV reality TV series Run’s House. He is also part of a hip-hop group called All City Chess Club.
Despite Jermaine’s successful career as a hip-hop mogul on his own, his parents were also executives in the music industry which helped boost his career dramatically. His father was Michael Mauldin who was the president of Columbia Records.