What happened to 8Ball and MJG?

In 1993, they released the successful album Comin’ Out Hard. After those albums both 8Ball & MJG released solo albums, first MJG’s No More Glory in 1997 and then 8Ball’s Lost in 1998. They reunited in 1999 to release their fourth album as a group, titled In Our Lifetime.

What is 8Ball and MJG net worth?

8Ball & MJG Net Worth: 8Ball & MJG are an American hip hop duo who have a net worth of $15 million dollars. Premro Smith, a.k.a. 8Ball, and Marlon Jermaine Goodwin, a.k.a. MJG, were born in Memphis, Tennessee, and met in the ’80s while attending Ridgeway Middle School.

What is 8Ball real name?

Premro Vonzellaire Smith
Premro Vonzellaire Smith (born 1972), better known by his stage name 8Ball (alternatively spelt Eightball), is an American rapper from Memphis, Tennessee. He is best known for being one half of the duo 8Ball & MJG with fellow rapper MJG.

What part of Memphis is 8Ball and MJG from?

8Ball & MJG/Members

What was the biggest hit for 8Ball and MJG?

That song peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100, which is the biggest hit of Three 6 Mafia’s career and the biggest hit for 8Ball & MJG. The song was a collaboration between two of the most successful rap groups from the state of Tennessee, whence Three 6 Mafia also hail.

Why did 8Ball and MJG sign with Bad Boy?

The CD, meant to raise awareness of the AIDS epidemic among African American men, was heralded as “a masterpiece” by The Source magazine. In the early 2000s they would sign with Sean Combs ‘ Bad Boy Records.

When did 8 Ball and MJG first meet?

They met at Ridgeway Middle School (Memphis, Tennessee) in 1984. In 1993, the duo released their debut album Comin’ Out Hard. They went on to release On the Outside Looking In (1994), On Top of the World (1995), In Our Lifetime (1999), Space Age 4 Eva (2000), Living Legends (2004), Ridin’ High (2007) and Ten Toes Down (2010).

Which is the best song by 8Ball?

1 No More Glory (1997) 2 Pimp Tight (2008) 3 This Might Be the Day (2008) 4 Too Pimpin’ (2013) 5 Too Pimpin’ 2.0 (2014)