Who Is Snow Tha Product? What Is Net Worth Of Snow Tha Product? Claudia Alexandra Feliciano, popularly known by her stage name by her stage name Snow Tha Product, is a Mexican-American singer, rapper and song writer. Snow Tha Product is best known for her several mixtapes including Good Nights & Bad Mornings and the singles “Drunk Love” and “Holy Shit”. Her performing alias is inspired by Disney character Snow White. She grew up listening to artists including Missy Elliott, Alejandra Guzmán, Da Brat and Ms. Lauryn Hill. She is fluent both in Spanish and English and raps in both the languages.
Snow Tha Product Biography and Family
Born on June 24, 1987 in San Jose in the US state of California to the immigrant Mexican parents, who immigrated to the US, Snow Tha Product enrolled herself in San Diego Mesa College in San Diego where she was raised. When she was in high school, her family had moved from Northern to Southern California. She went to college to become a social worker. However, she thought it prudent to drop out of the college to pursue a rap career. This was a risky idea which, however, paid off in the long term.
Snow Tha Product started her career in music at a very young age, becoming part of with her grandfather’s mariachi band in Redwood City at the age of six.
Since Snow Tha Product entered the music world, she has been shinning brighter than many other artists in the rap game. She gained attention from the hip-hop press for her mixtapes, such as 2012’s Good Nights & Bad Mornings. Good Nights & Bad Mornings has three singles: “Damn It”, “Cookie Cutter Bitches” and “Lord Be with You”. She released the sequel to Good Nights & Bad Mornings: named Good Nights & Bad Mornings 2: the Hangover in 2013.
In a 2009 she collaborated with the Mexican artist Jaime Kohen to appear as Claudia White on “Alguien,” single. In the next year she moved to Dallas-Fort Worth area where she used to perform at the South by Southwest festival.
Year 2011 proved to be a breakthrough year for Snow Tha Product. In that year this Latina rapper released her first studio album Unorthodox in conjunction with Street Science Entertainment which became very popular. She entered into a deal with major-label Atlantic and collaborated with several hip hop artists including Ty Dolla Sign, Riff Raff and DJ Paul.. She also released other albums and mixtapes to positive reviews.
In 2015, Snow released her 15-track mixtape, The Rest Comes Later, filled with bangers .
She has featured on “Immigrants,” a new song featured on “The Hamilton Mixtape,” which was released in December in 2016. In that year she also started a YouTube channel which stood her in good stead in growing her fanbase quickly.
Apart from her music career, Snow Tha Product is very popular on social media, boasting over 1,847,575 followers on Faebook. She also has over 381,000 followers on Instagram and 128237 followers on twitter. Her accounts generally display upcoming shows.
Nothing much is known about her dating life.
Snow Tha Product Net Worth in year 2017
Snow Tha Product has traveled across the US and performed at several important festivals suh as South by Southwest (SXSW) and Rock the Bells and Bet Awards. Her endeavors in the musi field have helped put her net worth to where it is today. Her net worth in 2017 is $1.2 million US dollars. Nowadays her net worth is higher than ever before.
Snow Tha Product has released her new video to the “I Don’t Wanna Leave” remix in 2017. She has released an eight-track EP Half Way There under Atlantic Records. This is her most recent mixtape. She has been featured on singles with Lupe Fiasco and Tech N9ne, and is known for own video hits including and “Fuck the Rent.” “Despierta,” a political call-to-action in Spanish, is her latest EP. The video has now more than 2.6 million views. She is critical of the policies of Trump.
Currently signed to Atlantic Records, She has made her name in the male-dominated genre of rap music. She is now one of a new wave of female rappers including Iggy Azalea, Azealia Banks and Angel Haze. Known for her intricate lyrical flow, she is averse to the idea of exploiting her sexuality for sues and believes in breaking stereotypes.