Safaree Samuels Net Worth 2018

The famous rapper Safaree Lloyd Samuels is better known without his middle name as, Safaree Samuels. He is also a well known songwriter and television celebrity. He chose the group The Hoodstars to kick-start his music career. He bonded well with the now famous Nicki Minaj, who was also a member. When the group split he teamed up with the beautiful singer Nicki and was her hype-man and yes-man till 2014. Safaree has released four of his mixtapes. From 2016 he began appearing in the hugely successful reality show called Love & Hip Hop, with which he continues to be associated.

Want to know more about the guy who was with Nicki Minaj for whole 12 years? Read on to know more about Safaree Samuels and also his Net Worth in 2018.

Early Life & Biography

Safaree Samuels was born in 1981 on the day celebrated as American Independence Day, that is, 4th of July. His birthplace was the Marine Park section of Brooklyn in New York. His family has Jamaican origins. Shamika and Samantha are the two sisters that he grew up with.

Safaree Samuels Net Worth 2018

La Guardia High School in Manhattan is where he studied and completed his graduation; before moving out to make music his profession.

He is known by many nick names such as SB, VVS, Beezy and Scaff Beezy

Professional Career

It is difficult to pinpoint the exact date on which Samuels started his musical career, as he has been involved with music throughout the early 2000’s.

He joined the group the Hoodstars which had several other rappers like Nicki Minaj, Lou$tar and Seven Up.

In 2004, the group recorded, what was meant to be the Entry song for the WWE female wrestler Diva Victoria. It was titled Don’t Mess With and was featured on the music compilation, ThemeAddict: WWE The Music, Vol.6.

Later the group split and Nicki Minaj started her solo career. Samuels joined her as a hype-man during her live performances and concerts.

In 2010, Minaj released her debut album Pink Friday and Samuels wrote one of the the single Did It On’em.

In 2012, Minaj’s second album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, was released. Samuels wrote six of the singles, and also appeared on the track Press Conference. He also appeared in Minaj’s music video “Stupid Hoe”.

In 2014, due to certain unknown misunderstandings, this relationship ended, but not on an amicable note. Minaj’s third album The Pinkprint has several tracks that reflect the breakup.

After the splits, Samuels began working on mixtapes. In 2015, he released It Is What It Is Vol. 2.

In early 2016, he appeared in K. Michelle: My Life and then he appeared as a cast on VH1’s reality show, in the third season of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. He also released Real Yard Vibes, his new mixtape.

In 2017, in the VH1’s Scared Famous first season, Samuels was also billed to participate. He also he relocated to his hometown, New York City; and joined s the cast of VH1’s Love & Hip Hop: New York show.

In Feb. 2018, Samuel got involved in a controversy when his nude pictures were leaked online. However, he handled the damage control with maturity and grace.

Samuels’ new song Bad energy, from his album Shoulda been did it, features K. Michelle in it. It is expected that this will bring Samuel in the reckoning as a top male rapper and hip-hop artist. His other well appreciated numbers are Love The Most, The Most Fun, Try My Love, Love You Now and We Roll.

Awards & Nominations

In February 2018, Samuels was awarded the Blue & Bougie Impact Award for his contributions to music. He has a lot of promise and is sure to be honored with many more awards in future.

Net worth & Earnings of Safaree Samuels

Samuel’s Net Worth which earlier was on a prominently ascending trend, was hit badly with his separation with the singing star Nicki Minaj. Samuel’s earning comes from his share of music sales, shows and appearances including concert tours around the world with Nicki Minaj. The net Worth of Safaree Samuels is estimated to be close to $3.5 million.

Safaree Samuels has worked hard to make his name in the very competitive world of rap, where every other person claims to be a rapper. He used his talent and time as a hype-man and helped Nicki Minaj to the top, which he could as well used to prop up himself and his career. With his passion and dedication, Samuels has proved that one can achieve in life despite a poor Black American background. He is an inspiration to many.