Rappers

Erick Sermon Net Worth

Erick Sermon Net Worth is
$7 Million

Erick Sermon Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Erick Sermon (created November 25, 1968) is an American rapper, musician, and record producer. Sermon is best known as half of late-1980s–1990s hip hop group EPMD and for creation work. He was born in Bay Shore, NY, and now resides in Islandia, NY. The Green Eyed Bandit additionally made multiple solo records and records. He started recording solo albums for Def Jam in 1993; in 1997, he rejoined EPMD. EPMD disbanded a second time in 1999. In 2000, Sermon moved over to J Records, and released the album Music the next year. The album’s first single, “Music”, featured guest vocals from Marvin Gaye, which Sermon apparently culled from unreleased records seen in a tiny record shop in London. Sermon’s second record on J Records, React, was launched in 2002. In a June 30, 2004 interview with HipHopDX.com, Sermon told music journalist Bayer Mack, “Matters were not right at J Records. Clive Davis and them do not believe in promotion. He additionally said Busta Rhymes and Wyclef Jean had similar problems with J Records. The record was powered by the single “Feel It” (which featured a sample of reggae/R&B vocalist Sean Paul), a tune which became a success in the United States. Within an interview, he said that he would step aside and attempt to get coming artists in the limelight. Nevertheless, Sermon hasn’t ended in the music business, as he made the tune “Goldmine” on Busta Rhymes’ record, The Big Bang in 2006. Shortly after, Sermon has recorded “Do Not Make No Sense” with Def Squad. He also collaborated with Redman and made several tunes on the album Red Gone Wild while also making an appearance with Def Squad member Keith Murray.

Erick Sermon Net Worth $7 Million Dollars

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IMDB Wikipedia


Full NameErick Sermon
Net Worth$7 Million
Date Of BirthOctober 15, 1976
Place Of BirthBay Shore
Height1.73 m
ProfessionMusician, Rapper, Record producer, Singer-songwriter
NationalityUnited States of America
NicknamesEric Sermon , Sermon Erick , Sermon, Erick , EMD , Erick Onassis , The Green-Eyed Bandit , Erick Onasis
Music GroupsEPMD (Since 1986), Def Squad (Since 1996), Hit Squad
Star SignSagittarius
#Fact
1Brother of Kim Sermon, and Tomara Sermon.
2In 1988 he started the group EPMD (Erick and Parrish Makin Dollars) with Parrish Smith
3In 1992 went solo and started Def Squad with Redman and Keith Murray

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Take the 102016writer: "Strictly 4 My Jeeps" - as Erick S Sermon
Grand Theft Auto V2013Video Game writer: "I Get Lifted" - as Eric Sermon
Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain2013Documentary performer: "Let Me Explain" / writer: "Let Me Explain"
Broken City2013performer: "Music" / writer: "Music"
Todd's Pop Song Reviews2012TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode
The Central Park Five2012Documentary writer: "Total Kaos", "Last Man Standing"
Starlet2012/Iperformer: "Do Dat", "I Don't Give A Fuck" / producer: "Do Dat", "I Don't Give A Fuck" / writer: "Do Dat", "I Don't Give A Fuck"
Attack the Block2011writer: "Sound of Da Police"
The Lincoln Lawyer2011performer: "Music" / writer: "Music"
Whip It2009writer: "I'm Housin'"
Prince of Broadway2008performer: "I Don't Give A Fuck", "Reasons", "Do Dat", "Danger", "Classic" / writer: "I Don't Give A Fuck", "Reasons", "Do Dat", "Danger", "Classic"
What Happens in Vegas2008"If You Love Me" TG Remix
Rock the Bells2006Documentary writer: "I'll Bee Dat" - as Erick S. Sermon
Syriana2005writer: "Let Da Monkey Out" 2000
Idol2005TV Series writer - 1 episode
Honey2003performer: "React" / writer: "React"
Barbershop2002writer: "You Gots to Chill" - as E. Sermon
How High2001writer: "How High", "How High Pt. II", "Big Dogs"
Rush Hour 22001performer: "Let's Bounce" / writer: "Let's Bounce"
What's the Worst That Could Happen?2001performer: "Music" / writer: "Music"
Black & White1999/Iwriter: "Big Dogs"
In Too Deep1999producer: "Tear It Off" / writer: "Tear It Off"
The Corruptor1999writer: "Slap Somebody" - as E. Sermon
Ride1998performer: "The Weekend" / writer: "The Weekend" - as E. Sermon
How to Be a Player1997writer: "Down wit Us"
Don't Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood1996performer: "Maintain" / producer: "Maintain"
MTV Star Trax1996TV Series writer - 1 episode
Die Hard with a Vengeance1995writer: "Got It Covered" - as E. Sermon
Who's the Man?1993lyrics: "Hittin' Switches" / music: "Hittin' Switches" / performer: "Hittin' Switches" / producer: "Hittin' Switches"
Juice1992writer: "It's Going Down"
Soul Train1991TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ride1998Erick Sermon
Juice1992Bar Patron

Camera Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
P.I.G.S.1999Video short camera operator - as E. Double

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
88 Fresh2018Documentary producer filming

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
88 Fresh2018Documentary filmingHimself
Unsung2013TV Series documentaryHimself
The Hour2012TV SeriesHimself
Sample: Not for Sale2012DocumentaryHimself - Interviewee
The Best of: BlacksInActionTV.Com2010DocumentaryHimself
Dilated Peoples: The Release Party2007Video documentaryHimself (segment "Platform (Remix)")
Smack DVD Magazine2007TV SeriesHimself
Def Jam Fight for NY2004Video GameHimself (voice)
Beef II2004Video documentaryHimself - EPMD
Cypress Hill: Still Smokin'2001Video documentaryHimself (segment "Throw Your Hands in the Air")
Rhyme & Reason1997DocumentaryHimself
Soul Train1991-1993TV Series documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
And You Don't Stop: 30 Years of Hip-Hop2004TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself

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