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DJ Envy Net Worth, Biography & Wiki 2017
Raashaun Casey, to the public known by the stage name of DJ Envy, is a famous American disc jockey, radio personality, as well as a record producer. DJ Envy rose to prominence in 2003, when he released his debut album entitled “The Desert Storm Mixtape: Blok Party, Vol. 1”. Released under the “Desert Storm Records” label, the album peaked at #57 on the Billboard 200 chart, and featured guest appearances from such well-known artists as DMX, Petey Pablo, Murphy Lee, Joe Budden and Ja Rule to name a few. Following the success of his debut album, DJ Envy went on to release his second studio work entitled “The Co-Op”, on which he worked with rapper Red Café. Up to date, Envy has released six studio albums, the most recent of which entitled “Full Breach, Vol. 5” came out in 2014. Aside from being a disc jockey, DJ Envy became notable for his work on “The Breakfast Club” radio show, which he co-hosts with Charlamagne Tha God and Angela Yee.
DJ Envy Net Worth $6 Million
A well-known DJ and radio show host, how rich is DJ Envy? According to sources, DJ Envy’s net worth is estimated to be $6 million, most of which he has accumulated due to his involvement in the music industry. Among Envy’s most valuable assets are his Bentley Mulsanne, which is valued at $296,000, his Dodge Challenger SRT8, which cost him $48,000, as well as his Fisker Karma, for which he paid $95,000.
DJ Envy was born in 1977, in New York, United States. Envy started his career when he met another disc jockey and radio personality Ernesto Shaw, known as DJ Clue?, who introduced him to the music industry. A skillful and a talented DJ Envy soon became well-recognized, and even had an opportunity to work with the likes of 50 Cent, a hip hop group “The LOX”, and even Jay-Z. As a result of this, DJ Envy was signed to “Desert Storm Records” under which he released his debut album.
Aside from making music himself, Envy became involved in a variety of radio shows. His first appearance was on “Takin’ It to the Streets” show with Angie Martinez, for which he provided mixes once a month. However, when Martinez announced her pregnancy, DJ Envy was the one to fill in her spot on the show. Later, he became a co-host on a morning radio show, and even had his own segment called “New at 2”, which aired on Hot 97 radio station. Eventually, DJ Envy landed a spot on an afternoon show, which airs on Sirius XM Radio station, and became a co-host of “The Breakfast Club”. Aside from that, Envy has been making appearances on such series as “Entourage” with Kevin Connolly, Adrian Grenier and Kevin Dillon, and “106 & Park”, currently hosted by Bow Wow and Keshia Chanté. He has also served as a host on “Sucker Free” hip-hop video block.
In regards to his personal life, DJ Envy has a wife named Gia Casey. Currently, they are raising their four children.