Hitman Holla was on March 29, 1988, in St. Louis, Missouri, United States. He was born to African-American parents, Gerald Fulton Senior and Sue Fulton. He was raised by his father and grandmother, Sallie R. Holla (Sue) in the St. Louis neighborhood of The Greater Ville.
Hitman Holla Total Net Worth
It is estimated that hitman holla’s overall net worth is around 3 Million USD in the 2022 year.
|Full Name||Gerald Fulton Jr.|
|Birth Date||March 29, 1988|
|Birth Place||St. Louis, Missouri, U. S.|
|Net Worth||$3 million|
Holla lived in the Greater Ville community of North St. Louis and was a member of the Bloods street gang even as a young child. He grew up listening to rap since childhood and started writing lyrics at age six, but he did not start rapping until his later teenage years.
Hitman Holla is one of the founding members of street rap group, St. Lunatics. He made his first appearance on fellow group member Nelly’s track “Country Grammar” in 2000. Holla was also featured on another track from the same rapper’s sophomore album “Nellyville”, entitled “Ride wit Me”. As a solo artist, Hitman Holla released his debut single “Whoa!” in 2004, which peaked at #38 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
How much is Hitman Holla net worth in 2022?
Hitman Holla is best known for his rap battle performances in Battle America and SMACK/URL rap battle leagues. His net worth is estimated at around $3 million USD.
This song was later featured on his first mixtape “Welcome to Mollywood”. Hitman Holla had signed Sick Jacken’s record label Psycho+Logical Records in 2006 under the name Mista Madd, but he had left the label in 2008.
However, he decided to create his own record label called Undercover Prodigy with Nelly as one of its executive producers. The St Lunatics reunited in 2009 and released their first single entitled “Gone”.
Hitman Holla released another mixtape that year named “Mista Madd Presents The Garbage Man: Volume 1” under the name Mista Madd. The following year, Hitman Holla and Nelly both signed to Akon’s record label Konvict Muzik.
Holla released two singles in 2011 titled “Tequila” and “Miss My Dawgs”. That same year, he collaborated with fellow rappers Bun B and T-Pain on their single entitled “Turn Down for What”. Hitman Holla released his second mixtape “Molli” in 2012 and its sequel “Molli 2: The Grieving Music Mixtape” the next year.
In addition to rapping, Hitman Holla has also acted in a few movies such as I’m Bout It, Def Jam’s How to Be a Player, The D.O.C.’s “It’s Funky Enough” and Nelly’s “Ride wit Me”. He has also been featured in music videos such as Jazze Pha’s “On the Real”, DJ Kayslay’s “Holla Back”, Yung Berg’s “Sexy Lady” and Chamillionaire’s “Riding Dirty”. Hitman Holla is also a part of wrestling promotion TNA.
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The rapper has over 467,000 followers on his Instagram account (@hitmamania). He posts pictures and videos of himself with friends and fellow rappers. He also posts several photos of him working out. Hitman Holla has over 1,000,000 followers on his verified Twitter account (@HitmanHolla). He mostly posts about music and other interests.
Holla released his first album on August 12, 2003 entitled “F’ Real” which contained the single “Go Head”. The song peaked at #30 on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, #26 on the Hot Rap Tracks chart and at #78 on the Billboard Hot 100. Hitman Holla released his second album called “I Told U So” on December 22, 2004. The album featured artists such as Ludacris, Ron Isiey and Kyjuan as well as production by The Trak Starz, Scott Storch and Swizz Beatz.
Holla released his third solo album entitled “American Dream” on December 12, 2006. It featured the single “I Just Died”, which was produced by Poli Paul and co-produced by Hitman Holla himself, Ron Isiey and was also featured on the “Blue Flame” compilation album.
Hitman Holla has worked with many talented hip hop artists such as Ludacris, Maino, Kid Capri and Swizz Beatz. Hitman’s most recent single was released on February 2, 2010 entitled “I’m Da Man”.
The song features fellow STL artist J-Dawg and was produced by Blickie Blaze. Hitman has also released a number of mixtapes that were hosted by artists such as DJ Kayslay, DJ Enuff, Funkmaster Flex, Big Kap and D-Flow.
Holla has worked on various projects with many mainstream hip hop artists such as Ludacris, Ron Isley, Maino and T.I.. Hitman Holla has also been featured on many compilation albums such as “Blue Flame”, “Screwed Up Saturdays”, “NBA Live 2004”, “Soul In The Hole” and a number of others.
As an MC, Hitman Holla was listed in the Top 10 Artist To Watch By Rolling Stone Magazine and named as one of the Top MC’s by The Source. Hitman Holla has worked on various projects with many mainstream hip hop artists such as Ludacris, Ron Isley, Maino and T.I.. Hitman Holla has also been featured on many compilation albums such as “Blue Flame”, “Screwed Up Saturdays”, “NBA Live 2004”, “Soul In The Hole” and a number of others.
Hitman Holla is also an actor who has made appearances in television shows such as “Love & Hip Hop”, “NYC Prep” and other various hip hop music videos. Hitman has also made appearances in the films including “Gang Tapes” and “The Era: The World Is Yours” which is his biggest role to date. Hitman Holla was also featured in the 2010 video game “NBA 2K11”.
Hitman Holla currently resides in St. Louis, Missouri. His most recent project is an upcoming EP produced by DJ Black & Vinn Da Vill entitled St. Louis’ Most Wanted: Hitman Holla Edition.
Early life and Career:
Hitman Holla was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1988 and grew up on the streets where he was exposed to all types of crime and violence at a young age; leading him to become involved in a gang called “The Strategic Vice Lord Nation,” a branch of the Vice Lord nation in which he quickly rose to power and status because of his music, charisma and intelligence.
In 2002 Hitman began to use his talents for good instead of evil by becoming an artist, rapper and producer. In 2010 Hitman released his first album entitled “I Told u So.”
In 2003 Hitman released his first single entitled “Go Head” which featured rapper Ludacris. The single garnered a lot of buzz in the underground and led to an opportunity for Hitman to tour with hip hop artist Jay-Z on the Rockafella/Def Jam tour in 2004. He was also named by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the top 10 artists to watch.
In 2004 Hitman released his first album entitled “I Told u So” under his own label Hitmatic Enterprises. In 2006 Hitman Holla was featured in a number of hip hop publications such as The Source, XXL and King magazine for his upcoming projects and mixtapes including his most recent “St. Louis Most Wanted Mixtape”. Hitman has also had opportunities to open for artists such as 50 Cent, Ludacris and Fabolous at various concerts.
In 2010 Hitman released his first single entitled “I’m the Man” featuring the hugely popular artist J-Dawg; this was also his first nationwide single. The track was produced by STL beat-maker Blickie Blaze and the video for “I’m Da Man” is now in rotation on B.E.T.