Heavy D Net Worth

Heavy D Net Worth is
$350 Thousand

Heavy D Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

The group maintained a sizable audience in America through most of the 1990s. Heavy D performed a guest rap on Janet Jackson’s hit single “Alright”. It was notably the initial pop single to feature a rapper, establishing the style for future hip hop and pop cooperation. It was also his greatest peaking tune on the Billboard Hot 100. A year after, he appeared on Michael Jackson’s single “Jam”. He gained even more recognition by singing the theme song for the television program In Living Color and additionally MADtv. After appearing in the off Broadway play Riff Raff at Circle Repertory Company, Heavy D returned to record with the hit Waterbed Hev. In 1997, Heavy D collaborated with B.B. King on his duets album Deuces Wild, rapping in the tune “Keep It Coming.” While still an artist at Uptown Records, Myers was instrumental in convincing Andre Harrell to initially hire Sean “Diddy” Combs for his first music company show as an intern. Subsequently, additionally to his credit, in the mid-1990s, Myers became the very first rapper to head a leading music label when he became the president of Uptown Records. In now, Myers also developed the Rhythm and Blues boy band Soul for Real, and was the executive producer and principal writer of many tunes on the group’s breakout record, Candy Rain. He later became senior vice president at Universal Music.

Heavy D Net Worth $2 Million Dollars

Net Worth$350 Thousand
Date Of BirthMay 24, 1967, Mandeville, Jamaica)
DiedNovember 8, 2011, Beverly Hills, California, United States
Place Of BirthMandeville
Height6 ft 2 in (1.892 m)
ProfessionSinger, Actor, Rapper, Songwriter, Record producer, Composer, Music executive
NationalityUnited States of America
ChildrenXea Myers
NicknamesDwight Arrington Myers , Dwight Myers , Dwight Errington Myers , Heavy D.
MoviesStep Up, The Cider House Rules, Tower Heist, Life

Music Department

In Living Color1991-1993TV Series performer - 61 episodes


Hitch2005/Iperformer: "Now That We Found Love" 1973
Strictly Business1991performer: "Let the People Sing" - as Heavy D. & The Boyz


Heavy D & the Boyz: Mr. Big Stuff1986Short

Archive Footage

Can't Stop, Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story2017DocumentaryThemselves
Peter Andre's 90 Party Hits of the 90s2014TV MovieThemselves (as Heavy D and the Boyz)

Known for movies

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