What is Stalley’s net worth? Stalley’s net worth hasn’t been widely written about online, but according to Hip-Hop Net Worth, the Ohio rapper is worth $750,000. Could Stalley’s net worth really be less than a million, despite the fact he inked a deal in 2011 with Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group? It’s possible, as the MC has yet to drop his debut album, and to date, he’s made his name with a series of compilation appearances and mixtapes.
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The question, “What’s Stalley’s net worth?” is one fans might be asking in the wake of “Honest Cowboy,” the 30-year-old Ohio rhymer’s fifth mixtape, which dropped Aug. 8, 2013 via Maybach. “It’s going to be one that people will remember for a long time,” Stalley told AllHipHop. “I think this one will solidify me in the game as being top dog and not slept on.” Stalley’s net worth of $750,000 could be set to jump, in other words, if he’s able to build on the momentum of “Honest Cowboy”—which features guest verses from Scarface and Schoolboy Q—and break fans off with a killer album.
Is Stalley’s net worth $750,000? Hip-Hop Net Worth’s website says a profile is “coming soon,” so we might not know how much Maybach is paying the rising rapper until he drops his debut album. Then again, Stalley’s net worth isn’t likely to be a topic of his lyrics, as his music harks “back to the social conscious records of artists like Tupac,” according to AllHipHop.com.
“I sit around and I get mad at times because nobody speaks for us,” Stalley told the site, suggesting hip-hop is about more than just net worth and status. “Nobody has that voice. Even people with a bigger voice than me. These artists who have a wider reach and bigger audience never speak on things, because I think people are so afraid to get criticized on social networks and in the media.”
Stalley’s net worth—be it $750,000 or $750 million—doesn’t matter much if he gives his generation what he says on the track “Raise Your Weapons” it desperately needs: “someone to just stand up and speak for the community.”