Project Pat is a hardcore rapper from Memphis, Tennessee and famous for his works with Three 6 Mafia, a former American hip hop group. Born on 8 February 1973, he is the elder brother of the rapper “Juicy J”. This extraordinary artist started his career with the early releases of his brother with DJ Paul during the 1990s. However, he soon got in trouble and have to serve in prison for many different criminal charges. He restarted his career in 1999 with the release of solo album Ghetty Green under the label of “Hypnotize Minds”.
Project Pat got national attention when he releases hit single “Sippin’ on Some Syrup with the group Three 6 Mafia in 2000. He again gets a prison sentence of four years in 2001 due to illegal possession of firearms. His elder brother Juicy J is a well-known rapper, record producer, and songwriter who had released many hit albums such as Chronicles of the Juice Man, Stay Trippy, Rubba Band Business, and Hustle Till I Die. Although he was never an official member of the Three 6 Mafia, he aligns himself with the group and appeared on albums such as Indo G’s Angel Dust and Crazymdalazdayz.
Education: There is no official information available about the childhood and education of the Project Pat.
Project Pat Net Worth in year 2017 is approximately $13.5 Million US Dollars
Project Pat net worth in 2017 is around $13.5 million US dollars as of 2017. This hardcore rapper has a yearly earnings of around $3 million that mainly come from his rapping career. Since his debut in 1999, he has been part of many hit albums such as Walkin’ Bank Roll, Loud Pack, Mistaa Don’t Play 2: Everythangs Money, Layin’ da Smack Down and Mista Don’t Play: Everythangs Workin’. In addition to Three 6 Mafia, he has associated acts with many others, such as Lil Wyte, Frayser Boy, Hypnotize Camp Posse and Gangsta Boo.
Project Pat Business Model
The majority of the Project Pat’s earning comes from the stage shows and sale of his rapping albums. He charges between $20k to $30k for every stage show. Apart from that, he is still lots of money from his old and classic records. During his career, he had launched albums under many labels that consist of the Asylum and Columbia Records.
Project Pat’s album Walkin’ Bank Roll debuts at #45 on the Billboard 200. Another single Keep It Hood that features OJ da Juiceman reached to the 8th position on the Top Rap Albums Chart. Within the first week of the release, there were more than 8,800 copies sold in the market.
He is involved in many different types of criminal activities during his career. In 2002, Project Pat was sentenced to a prison of four years by the Memphis court on counts to possess a firearm as a felon. In addition to this punishment, he was also fined for an amount of US$ 2.5 million by the court. He came out of jail after spending four years in jail in August 2005.
Apart from that, he also spends many years in the jail for a robbery case in which the Project Pat was involved. According to the sources, he has been on a parole for this case. This 44-year-old rapper is a son of a preacher.
Project Pat is preparing a Joint album with the Young Dolph and it will be released in the second part of 2017. This is the second joint album between the duo because they both released Them O’s in 2015.
He also appeared on the J. Sims song Visa during the last year. This song was presented by Matthew Rix and appeared on the Mattrix Mixtape: We’re Going Worldwide.
Despite being a successful rapper, Project Pat involved in pretty bad things during his life. Even one of his successful albums Mista Don’t Play was a hit, but he couldn’t able to enjoy its success because he was serving in the prison that time. This Memphis-born star has released eight albums and some Mixtapes till now. However, he is looking serious about his career and pledged to remain away from the crimes now.