Prodigy’s real name is Albert Johnson. Known by his stage name Prodigy, he was an American rapper, writer, and businessman. He was a half partner in the hip hop duo Mobb Deep with Havoc, whose single “My Girl” became a top 40 US hit of 2010.
|Real Name||Albert Johnson|
|Age||42-years old (Died)|
|Death Cause||sickle-cell anemia|
|Birthday||December 26, 1996|
|Death Date||June 20, 2017|
|Birthplace||Hempstead, New York, U.S|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.83 m)|
|Weight||64 Kg (149 lbs)|
|Body Stats||42-32-38 inches|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Shoe Size||10 (US)|
|Net Worth||Approx $3 m|
The height and weight of the child prodigy
How big is the miracle? His height is 6 feet 1 inch or 1.83 m or 183 cm and he weighs approximately 64 kg or 149 pounds. He had dark brown hair and eyes.
Biography, age and family of the prodigy
How old is Prodigy? His birthday is December 26, 1996. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He has US citizenship and is ethnically mixed. He grew up in Queens, New York. He also has brothers. He had an older brother, Greg Johnson. He comes from a family of musicians. As for education, he is well educated. He attended the Manhattan College of Art and Design.
Who is Prodigy’s current girlfriend? He was married to Kiki Johnson. He has two children. The child prodigy died on June 20, 2017, at Spring Valley Medical Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, while hospitalized for complications from sickle cell disease.
Prodigy career and net worth
Career timeline: Coming from a family of musicians, he became interested in music after listening to the likes of Michael Jackson as a child. He helped Mindless Behavior release the single “Mrs. Right” in 2011. He performed with his Mindless Behavior teammate Rock Royal on the #1 Girls Tour of 2011. What is the net worth of Prodigy? The main source of income from him. His fortune is estimated to be around $3 million.
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- He has a younger brother named JoJo and two younger sisters.
- Music partner Prodigy Havoc tweeted a series of derogatory comments about Prodigy in July 2012, including accusing Prodigy of having gay relationships in prison.
- The child prodigy was featured in the 2009 documentary Rhyme and Punishment.
- His mother, Fatima Frances Johnson, was a member of the Crystals.
- His father, Budd Johnson Jr., was a member of a doowop music group called The Chanters.
- His great-great-grandfather, William Jefferson White, founded Morehouse College in Georgia.