|Net Worth in $||$14 million|
|Date of Birth||March 2, 1971|
|Place of Birth||Hempstead, New York, United States|
|Wife/Spouse Name||Tamika Smith|
|Children||Sha Smith, Cheyenne Smith, Rae Smith|
|Profession||American actor, rapper and producer|
Introduction of Method Man
Clifford Smith is known by his expert name “Method Man” is a Grammy Award-winning Actor, Rapper, and Producer. He is a famous member of a well-reputed East Coast hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan. He is also a member of a famous group Method Man and Redman. He took his name Method Man from his blockbuster flick the Method Man released in 1979. He has amassed a good amount of Method Man Net Worth through his work in the East Coast hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan.
Most of the hip-hop industry was groomed by the Wu-Tang group in the ’90s. Method Man has worked for more than 25 years and released several hit solo music albums and collectively with other group members. Currently, Method Man’s net worth is dedicated to his hard work and love for his work. He has also enjoyed a successful career through his work as a writer and in the film industry. An artistic piece of his quote is as follows:
“In my culture, the shoe is more or less the first thing women look at. Women look at the build, and then they look at the shoes. If you don’t have nice shoes, you don’t have the money. When I meet a lawyer the first thing I look at is his shoes. If he has good shoes, he is going to get my money”. – Method Man
Early Life of Method Man
Clifford smith called by his famous name Method Man was born in Hempstead, New York. He spent most of his life with his father at the Long Island or either with his mother at the Clifton Island.
He pursued a passion for music and hip-hop from his father. He got his early education from the New Drop High school and became friends with remedy. In 2012, he was known among the 50 best Lriyicst of the world. He has two sisters Missey and Terri. He is married to Tamika Smith in 2001.
He has two sons and a daughter from her. Their names are Sha Smith, Cheyenne Smith, and Rae Smith.
He started his career with the East Coast collective Wu-Tang Clan crew in 1992. He worked with RZA and Rappers GZA, OL’ Dirty Bastards, Raekwon. Ghostface Killah, Inspectah Deck, U-God, and Masta Killah. Through this group, he got the opportunity to release his solo song on the group’s debut album Enter the Wu-Tang Clan (36 Chambers).
He also released his solo song under Clan’s unusual contract in 1994. The solo debut album got huge appreciation worldwide and he sold more than 1 million copies of it. Later in 1998, he released his second album “Tical 2000: Judgement day. Method Man amassed a huge amount in his net worth through this.
He also worked with the American rapper Redman for the song “How High” and album “Blackout”. He also collaborated with Busta Rhymes, B-real, Coolio, ND LLCool for a hit soundtrack “EmHigh”. His best albums with great ranking include Tical (1994), Tical Judgement(1998), Blackout (1999), The Day After (2000), The Prequel (2004), Blackout (2009), and Wu-Masscara(2000).
He started his career in the film industry in 2001 through the documentary “Backstage”. He also acted in several hit flicks including “The Great White Hype”, “Sinner and Saint”, “Bug Pun”, My Baby’s Daddy, and the Volcano High. He is also a great lyricist and he quoted words in a captivating way. One of his famous quotes is:
“Now whoever read me wrong can start by reading my palm, make me catch a flashback of my father beating my mom, kiss the ring, ain’t easy being a Don, so I carry heat, ain’t easy to LeBron.”
– Method Man
Awards and Achievements
- Method Man along with Mary J. Blige received a Grammy award in 1996 for best rap performance by a duo or a group.
- His debut solo album charted #4 in Billboard 200 and #1 in R&B /hip-hop albums. Method man released 4 albums under the record label Def Jam and 34 singles.
- To his achievement, he got millions of his copies sold with great success. As he worked in several movies and T.V plays, he got applause in whatever field he chooses to work in.
Method Man Net Worth and Salary
Clifford Smith has amassed a considerable amount of money through his career as a rapper, actor, and music producer. Method Man Net worth is estimated to be $14 million in 2020. His major earning is from his career as an actor, rapper, and his business ventures. He lives in a modest house whose price is about $519331.
His first debut album sold 411000 copies in its first week and later he collaborated with Redman and sold 254000 copies in its first week. Both of these grossed him a great deal of money.
He has grossed a great deal of money through his albums. He earned $1613000 from Tical, $1605000 from Tical: 2000 Judgement Day, $1575000 from Blackout, and $229000 from the album The Day After. His net worth from movies is also of significant importance. He earned $234.8 million from Big Daddy, $220.7 million from Scary Movie 3, $63.7 million from copy land, $10.8 million from Paterson, and $20.7 million from Keanu.
Whatever path he chooses to work in, he worked hard and got fantabulous fame. He also made many through endorsements with different brands due to his attractive personality and hard work. He worked with different brands namely Addidas, Superstar 2 shoes, Eyehunee, Avirex, BlazeNow, and Mishka.b.
He is among the world’s richest rappers list and his net worth ranked him among the reputed millionaire. His work has inspired the world with the true meaning of hard work.