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|Birth date:||9th March 1971|
|Birth place:||New Orleans, Louisiana USA|
|Profession:||American rapper, songwriter, actor|
|Albums:||“The Truest Shit I Ever Said”, “Life or Death”, “Bossalinie”, “Trapped in Crime”, “C-P-3.com”|
|Books:||“Death Around the Corner” (2007), “Red Beans and Dirty Rice for the Soul”, “Bound by Loyalty”|
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Corey Miller was born on 9th March 1971, in in New Orleans, Louisiana USA. He is a rapper, an actor and a songwriter, who became famous using the stage name C-Murder, prophetic as it turned out. He is a member of the No Limit family, being the younger brother of Master P, founder of No Limit Records.
So just how rich is C Murder? Sources estimate his net worth at $500,000, most of the money having been made in the music industry, from album sales, song writing and producing. He has released more than half of his albums from prison, where he is serving a life sentence for murder. In 2009, the jury found Corey Miller guilty for killing a 16-year old fan in a fight.
C Murder Net Worth $500,000
Corey Miller grew up in a family with influence in the hip-hop industry. His brothers are Master P and Silkk the Shocker, and he is related to the rappers Romeo and Mo B. Dick, and to actress Cymphonique. He launched his first hits on the No Limit compilations and, in 1998, he released his debut album, “Life or Death”, which reached number three on the Billboard 200. His first album went platinum quickly, selling over a million copies.
During his career, C-Murder has released eight albums and worked with various labels. After the first album, he released another three before going to prison – “Bossalinie” in 1999, “Trapped in Crime” in 2000, and “C-P-3.com” in 2001. His best known hit, “Down for My N’s”, featuring Snoop Dogg and Magic, was also released in this successful period. Other famous singles assigned to C-Murder are “Gangsta Walk”, “Down 4 My Niggaz”, “Like a Jungle” and “Wobble Wobble”, released together with 504 Boyz.
Besides writing and performing, C-Murder started building an acting career. He appeared in his first support role in 1997 in the film “I’m Bout It”, followed by two other films, “MP da Last Don” and “I Got the Hook Up”. He also had appearances in two films produced by No Limit, “Da Game of Life”, released in 1998, and “Hot Boyz”, launched in 2000. In the same year, the rapper founded his own record label, TRU Records (Bossalinie Records), which added money to his net worth from several contracts with lesser known artists of the genre.
In 2003, C Murder was convicted for beating and shooting a teenage fan in a club in Louisiana. However, he obtained a special permit from the judge which allowed him to continue his music career and, in 2005, he released his first album from prison, “The Truest Shit I Ever Said”, followed by three more albums, the latest released in 2015.
In 2009, the jury reached a 10-2 verdict in Corey Miller’s murder case, and convicted him of second-degree murder, with a life sentence. Despite all efforts, C Murder and his lawyers haven’t succeeded in changing this decision.
Behind bars, C Murder has written several novels, including “Death Around the Corner” published in 2007, “Red Beans and Dirty Rice for the Soul” and “Bound by Loyalty”, both released in 2014.
In his personal life, C-Murder was married to Dionne Miller between 1999 and 2001.
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|Street Kings||2008||performer: "Down 4 My N's" / writer: "Down 4 My N's" - as Corey Miller|
|Training Day||2001||performer: "Watch the Police"|
|Hot Boyz||2000||Video performer: "Runnin' From The Police", "Gangsta Walk", "On My Enemies", "Like A Jungle", "Thugs", "Where I'm From", "A Second Chance"|
|3 Strikes||2000||performer: "Been a Long Time" / writer: "Been a Long Time" - as C. Miller|
|Light It Up||1999||writer: "Light It Up"|
|I Got the Hook Up||1998||performer: "Would You Hesitate"|
|Undisputed||2002||Gat Boyz Rapper 3|
|Da Game of Life||1998||Video short||Money|
|MP Da Last Don||1998||Video||Cuban guard|
|I'm Bout It||1997||Video||Q|
|Straight from the Projects: Rappers That Live the Lyrics - 3rd Ward, New Orleans||2004||Video documentary|
|Straight from the Projects: Rappers That Live the Lyrics - 3rd Ward, New Orleans||2004||Video documentary executive producer|
|Straight from the Projects: Rappers That Live the Lyrics - 3rd Ward, New Orleans||2004||Video documentary||Himself|
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|1||After a new trial, he was convicted of second degree murder on August 11, 2009. He was sentenced to life in prison.|
|2||After several tries his request for a new trial was accepted. He was released from prison in March of 2006.|
|3||Recorded his release "Tru Dawgs" using his own label Tru Records. The album was finished just before he went to jail.|
|4||Recorded his 2005 release "The truest s*** i ever said" during visiting hours using a hand held recorder supplied by his lawyer, while in prison.|
|5||[October 2003] Sentenced to life in prison after being convicted of the shooting death of 16 year-old Steve Thomas outside the Platinum Club.|
|6||Arrested on suspicion of committing a murder in Harvey, Louisiana, on 12 January while out on bail from the other murder charges. [January 2002]|
|7||The Baton Rouge Police Department issued an arrest warrent for C-Murder. He was accused of shooting two men (including the owner) of Club Raggs in Baton Rouge. [August 2001]|
|8||Brothers: Master P and Silkk Tha Shocker. Nephew: Romeo Miller.|
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