Biz Markie Age, Height, Family, Net Worth Biography 2021

Biz-Markie is a professional American rapper, DJ, and record producer. Markie released a solo album called “Just a Friend” in 1979, which was well-received by most people. The 40 songs from the Markie solo album became hits in several top countries. In 2008 “Just a Friend” reached 100 on VH1’s list of the 100 Best Hip-Hop Songs of All Time.”.Markie is sometimes called the “Prince Somrat of Hip Hop”. Biz has amassed a very decent fortune and great fame through his music career in the entertainment business according to sources. Born and raised in New York, New York, USA, Biz is of African American descent. Markie is reluctant to reveal any information about his parents and siblings. At the beginning of his studies, he studied at Longwood High School, where he graduated in 1982. He grew up in Brentwood, a village on Long Island. Biz is from the first hip-hop band I ever heard. I loved the busy bee. Busy Bee stayed with me.

 

Biz Markie Biography :-

Real name                        Marcel Theo Hall
Nickname                        Biz Markie
Well known name           Marcel Theo Hall
Gender                             Male
Date of Birth                   April 8, 1964
Birthplace                        Harlem, New York, U.S.
Hometown                      Harlem, New York, U.S.
Age                                  57 years
Died                                 July 16, 2021
Nationality                      American
Race / Ethnicity               African-American
Profession                       Rappersinger-songwriter disc, jockey record producer
Instruments                    Vocals
Years active                     1985–2021

Biz Markie Education and family : –

School Name                                 Long High School, Middle Island, New York
College Name                               Brentwood High School, Brentwood, Tennessee
Educational Qualification            Graduate
Father Name                                 Not Known
Mother Name                               Not Known
Brother’s Name                            Not Known
Sister’s Name                                Not Known
Spouse Name                               Tara Markie
Children’s Sons                            (TBA) Daughter(s) (TBA)

Biz Markie Figure, height, and weight : –

Hair Color                   Black
Eye Color                    Brown
Height feet                 6 feet 2 inches
Weight                        70 kgs
Waist Size                   Not Available
Hip Size                       Not Available

Biz Markie Net worth and Salary :-

Net Worth                   $ 4 to $ 6 Million
Salary                           Under Review
Source of Income        rapper, DJ, actor, comedian, television personality.

Biz Markie Career :-

1980-1990 Season

Biz Markie was interviewed within the cult documentary Big Fun within the Big Town in 1986. Biz also appeared briefly within the music video for Rob Base’s single, It Takes Two.

The only “Just a Friend”, which he was caught between rap and vocals changed, became Markie’s most successful single and reached number 9 on the Billboard charts. Martin, tells of the rapper’s problems. Women. Album sales were already low when Markie received a lawsuit from Markie. Gilbert O’Sullivan, who claimed that the album “Alone Again” contained an unauthorized clip from his hit “Alone Again (Naturally)”. O’Sullivan’s claim was upheld during a landmark decision, Grand Upright Music, Ltd. vs. Warner Bros. Records Inc. who changed the hip hop landscape and concludes that each one samples with the first artist must be approved before they will be used. Numerous guest appearances with Beastie Boys on Check Your Head (1992).With Canibus on the primary track of the Office Space soundtrack in 1999.
Markie performed on Lens’ song “Beautiful Day” on his album you cannot Stop the Bum Rush also as on the Fat Comeback album by Alliance Ethnik.

2000-2020 Season

In 2002 Markie appeared in Men in Black II, with Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones playing an alien parody of themselves. Between 2002 and 2003 he himself appeared as a nightclub DJ in episode 5 of the TV series Fastlane. In 2005, Markie stepped off her enrollment obligations to appear on the first season of the television show Celebrity Fit Club, which encouraged celebrities to lose weight through a combination of diet and exercise. In 2006, his song Pickin ‘Boogers appeared on the soundtrack of the video game Volition Saints Row. Markie starred in Nick Cannons Wild ‘n Out, seasons 1 and 3. Markie also has a beatboxing segment “Biz’s Beat of the Day” on Nick Jr.’s show Yo Gabba Gabba! Markie starred for Chris Rock in 2008 during the comedian’s “No Apologies” tour.

In 2010, Markie starred in VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of All Time and has commented on the entire series. Markie herself was not included in the list. On November 9th, 2010 he performed at Aquabats! new EP, Radio Down! on the theme song.

In 2013 Markie toured with Yo Gabba Gabba! Live show. That year her song “Just a Friend” was released on Saints Row IV, on which the pop channel 107.7 The Mix FM could be heard. He appeared on the CN Mad Show as the Hip Hop Hobbit. Markie starred in the episode’s title role in the SpongeBob SquarePants episode, “Kenny the Cat”.

In 2014, Markie appeared in the network film Syfy Sharknado 2: The Second One. That same year he threw a ceremonial first throw for an Oakland Athletics baseball game. In 2016 her song “Just a Friend” appeared in the Netflix series Love as the ending theme of episode 4. She also appeared in the song “The Noisy Eater” from the album Wildflower by the Avalanches. Also in 2016, he appeared as himself on the Fox Empire television series, where he played “Just a Friend”. He also rapped with singer Ke $ ha on the Flaming Lips song “2012 (You Must Be Upgraded)”. She appeared in the 2017 season three finale of ABC Black. She played a personal version of the song. In 2020, Markie began hosting a radio show on SiriusXM on LL Cool J’s Rock the Bells Radio (Channel 43) every weekday from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST.

Biz Markie Songs :-

1. “Pickin’ Boogers”
2. “Albee Square Mall”
3. “Biz is Goin’ Off”
4. “Return of the Biz Dance”
5. “Vapors” 4:33
6. “Biz Dance (Part One)”
7. “Nobody Beats the Biz”
8. “This Is Something for the Radio”
9. “Cool V’s Tribute to Scratching”

Biz Markie Albums :-

• 1988: Goin’ Off
• 1989: The Biz Never Sleeps
• 1991: I Need a Haircut
• 1993: All Samples Cleared!
• 2003: Weekend Warrior

Sickness and Death :-

Markie fell ill in April 2020 and was hospitalized. After being admitted to the hospital, Markie was diagnosed with diabetes and in December 2020 it was reported that Markie was in a rehabilitation center following a stroke. Markie was reported to have been in a stroke rehabilitation center. he suffered after falling into a diabetic coma. Rumors of his death circulated on Twitter on July 1, 2021. His agent told Rolling Stone. The best possible medical care.” Markie died a fortnight later, on July 16, at the age of 57 in a Baltimore hospital.

 

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