Chamillionaire Net Worth | Bio, Age, Height, Weight & Career 2023


Chamillionaire Net Worth

$50 million

Name: Chamillionaire
Date of Birth: November 28, 1979
Age: 42 years old
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Profession: Entrepreneur/Singer/MusicExecutive/Songwriter/Actor/Rapper/Record Producer/Music Producer
Nationality: United States of America
Religion: Christianity
Net Worth: $50 million


Chamillionaire is a famous American rapper and entrepreneur who has amassed a net worth of $50 million. He has also made much of his wealth through his successful music career, his various investments, and his role as CEO of Chamillitary Entertainment.

Chamillionaire Early Life

Chamillionaire Early Life

Hakeem Serkis, better known by his stage name “Chamillionaire,” was born in Washington D.C. in 1979, on 28th, November. When he was three years old, his family moved from New York City to Houston, Texas.

He went to Jersey Village High School, which was his first interest in rap music. He has a younger sibling, Rasaq Serik, who is also a rap artist.

Chamillionaire Age, Height, and Weight

Being born in 1979, on the 28th, of  November “Chamillionaire” age is 42 years old as of today’s date and his height is 5 feet 10 inches tall, (1.78 m) and his weight is 78 kilograms as of 2022.

Awards and Achievements

Chamillionaire Awards & Achievements

Chamillionaire was nominated at the American Music Awards in 2006 for Favorite Breakthrough Artist. He is the winner of the 2007 Grammy Awards for “Ridin'”. He is also the winner of the Teen Choice Award for choice music: rap/hip hop track in 2007.

He has been nominated for the People’s Choice Award of 2006. Other awards won by this rapper include the Ozone Awards, MTV VMA, and BET Hip Hop Awards. He was nominated for a BET Award in 2006.

Chamillionaire Career

Chamillionaire is a portmanteau of the words chameleon and millionaire. Seriki and fellow rapper Paul Wall were promoting at a local event when they met Michael “5000” Watts, a popular mixtapes DJ active in the Houston Area.

They proposed to help Watt’s company Swishahaouse and also convinced Watt to let them freestyle for his radio show on Houston rap station KBXX-FM Watt’s put their own freestyles on one of their mixtapes, and soon became regulars in the Houston rap scene and mixtape circuits.

Seriki and Wall founded the group The Color Changing Click. They also collaborated on the album Get Your Mind Right (2002) which sold over 150, 000 copies. The album was nominated for an Independent Album of the Year award in 2002 by The Source Magazine. They made a name for themselves and performed at the SXSW Music Festival in 2004.

Chamillionaire Career

Seriki released his first solo album, “The Sound of Revenge,” in 2005, through Chammilitary Entertainment and Universal Records. It debuted and peaked on the Billboard 200 chart at No. 10, and was eventually certified Platinum by the RIAA for shipments of one million copies. The album also produced one of his biggest hits, “Ridin'” (No. 1 on the Billboard charts), which won him the 2007 Grammy award for Best Rap Performance by A Duo or Group.

“Ultimate Victory” was his second studio album, and included guest appearances by UGK, Devin the Dude, and Lloyd. He had plans for an album called Venom, which would have been released in 2011. However, the album was eventually scrapped after he split from his record label. He released an EP called “Ammunition”, which he recorded in 2012, and was supposed to be releasing a new album called “Poison” in early 2013. However, as of March 2020, it has not been released yet.

He has released several mixtapes, which have been wildly successful. He released “The Mixtapes Messiah” in 2004, featuring 61 tracks over three CDs, and it was the longest and most bought album in Texas history. It was also the very first mixtape in what was to become one of his most popular projects, the Mixtape Messiah series.

The series had seven mixtapes in total. Subsequent releases were released in 2005, 2007, and 2008. Seriki started a new mixtape series called “Major Pain” in January 2009, dropping the first album in February 2010. He released his first major album, “Major Pain,” in April 2011, followed up by the mixtapes, “Badazz Freemixz,” “Badazz Freemaxz 2,” and “Badazz Slowmixtape.”

Business and Investments

He founded Chamillitary Entertainment in 2004, his own record label, which has released several albums. He is signed as both an artist and Lil Ken and Troy Henry, among others. Former artists include YG, Big Sean, 50 Cent, Young Thug, and RASQUE’S BROTHER. Between mixtapes, albums, and compilations, the label has over twenty releases. Chamillitary Entertainment has been independently distributed since Seriki left Universal Records in January 2011.

Chamillionaire Business and Investments

Seriki invested in an auto dealership in Houston called Fly Rydes. He noted that his company specializes in customizing vehicles, something which is very popular in Texas. Seriki also founded Masterpiece Mind Frame, which creates visual effects for movies and TV shows. Along with Quincy Jones Jr., Seriki founded the Global Innovation Tournament as an initiative of the Stanford Entrepreneur’s Thought Leaders Seminar Series.

He also invested in Maker Studios, a digital content network, which Disney eventually bought for $500 million. Seriki’s initial $1.5 million investment in Maker Studios was worth over $20 million when he sold it. He also started a partnership with the Maker Studio founder Mark Suster, who helped him get appointed as an entrepreneur in residence at Upfront Ventures, a venture capital firm. Since then, he has stepped back a little from making music, focusing instead on his entrepreneurial career.

Seriki’s other venture includes investments in self-driving car startup Cruise Automation in 2013. This was a highly successful investment because the company was purchased by General Motors for over $ 1 billion in 2016. He and rapper E-40 invested $25,000 in an early-stage startup run by a woman or person from a minority background. That September, they made an investment in the footwear company Atos, which offers shoes in size quarters.

Chamillionaire Net Worth

Chamillionaire net worth is more than $50 million as of 2022. He started his career at a very early age, which allowed him to amass this wealth. He has released many songs and albums and has also won many music awards.

Chamillionaire Net Worth

He is the founder and CEO of Masterpiece Mind Frame, an online marketing agency. He is also the co-founder of the Global Innovation Tournament (GIT).

Chamillionaire is an entrepreneur who owns Chamillitary Entertainment. He has sold many records across the world. He has appeared on TV shows ‘Punched in the Park’ and ‘The Game,’ among others. He is very active professionally and has many fans across the globe. He is a Grammy award winner and has been nominated for several other awards. Chamillionaire is a worldwide inspiration for many people.


So there “Chamillionaire” is a hip-hop artist from Houston. He is the founder of the Color Changing Click (CCC) and one of its original members. Chamillionaire started his solo career with local records in 2002.

He signed to Universal Records in 2005 and released ‘The Sounds of Revenge,’ which included hit singles such as “Turn It Up” and “Ridin’.”

By 2022, Chamillionaire’s net worth is expected to be approximately $50 million.

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