Z-Ro Net Worth: America’s most underrated rapper, Joseph Wayne McVey, better known as Z-Ro and The Mo City Don has a net worth of $4 million.
American rapper Joseph Wayne McVey grew up in Texas and settled at Missouri City after his mother died when he was just six. Unemployed and poor, Z-Ro involved in drug dealing and frequent gang fights around Ridgemont area to make his living. After getting inspired by the music of 2Pac, Geto Boys and some other hip-hop artists, he left the streets and started free style rapping to make a career in music and did a couple of recordings in a local label.
Best known today for his critically acclaimed single ‘The Life of Joseph W. McVey’, Z-Ro’s fortunes started to rise after the huge success of the record. he released ‘Let the Truth Be Told’ in 2005 while also making a couple of songs the same year. Despite being considered ‘the most underrated rapper in America’ by Washington Post, Z-Ro’s songs has been praised by The Village Voice and Houston Chronicle.
Z-Ro’s fortunes comes through his songs and recordings and he is also popular as ‘The Mo City Don’ today. ‘Tripolar’, ‘The Crown’ and ‘Melting the Crown’ are some of his best selling albums that has made him a household name in the South.
As of today, Z-Ro’s net worth stands at $4 million.
Quick Facts about Z-Ro
Full Name: Joseph Wayne McVey
Date of Birth: January 19, 1977
Place of Birth: Houston, Texas