|Net Worth||$ 1,200,000|
|Real name||Melvin Abdul Noble Jr.|
|Source of Wealth||Rap career|
|Profession||Rapper, singer, songwriter|
|Date of Birth||May 31, 1992|
|Height||164 cm / 5 ft 4 inch|
Melvin Abdul Noble Jr., also known by his stage name “Mo3”, is a Dallas-native rapper. He became popular on the Dallas rap scene after he released his debut mixtape “Shottaz” in 2014.Some of his greatest tracks are "Hold Ya Tongue" and "Errybody" in collaboration with Boosie Badazz.
Mo3 was closely associated with rapper Boosie Badazz. They had a collaborated album, “BadAzz Mo3.” It landed 136th on the US Billboard 200. His most successful single was "Outside," featuring OG Bobby Billions, and it peaked at number 16 on the US Bubbling Under Hot 100the same week it came out and peaked at number 92 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Mo3’s net worth was estimated at $1.2 million at the time of his death.
Noble was born in McKinney, Texas, but raised in the tough parts of Dallas, Texas, in neighborhoods surrounded by violence and crime. In an interview for Vlad TV, he admits that he often got in trouble as a child.
Although he lived with his mother, he said he often saw his father, too, even though they were separated. Noble describes how his mother often took in and looked after other neighborhood kids even though she struggled to provide for him and his brother.
They lived in a two-bedroom house; he often didn’t have a bed and slept on pallets or the couch. He started getting into trouble at a very young age of around 13-14, when he first went to jail for aggravated robbery.
What distinguished Mo3 from other fellow rappers and brought him recognition is that he didn’t write about fabulous life, luxury cars, and designer things.
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He used his rough life as inspiration for his lyrics. He raps about how his mother couldn’t pay the bills, and they had to eat noodles every day, Mo3 stated for the Dallas Observer.
In his “All The Way Down” track, he talks about how he often had to sleep outside the house on the patio, how their electricity was cut out, and they had to go to the local stores to charge their phones.
His brother is CoGotti, who is also a Dallas-popular hip-hop artist and rapper.
Noble released his debut mixtape, “Shottaz,” in 2014. Two years later, in 2016, he released his second mixtape, “Shottaz Reloaded,” which spawned numerous hits and put him in the spotlight as one of the most famous rappers in Dallas.
It also brought him the attention of Boosie Badazz - his favorite artist, who signed him up, which was the ultimate cosign deal in Mo3’s career.
“It’s one thing to have a rapper cosign you, but it’s your favorite rapper who you know word-for-word, who you live by, who you listened to when you went to school, to sign you up [it’s a totally different thing],” Nobel explains in the Vlad TV interview.
His second album featured the remix of the “Hold Ya Tongue” single by Mr. Lucci, a fellow Texas rapper. The single nearly hit two million streaming views a year after it was released and helped him get noticed by the local audience and the rap community.
The album also allowed Noble to sign with other top Dallas rappers like Dorrough, Lil Ronny, and DJ Hollywood Bay Bay, a famous K104 radio personality.
“Shottaz Reloaded” peaked at number 14 on the Billboard Rap chart and number 2 on the Heatseekers chart.
The same year, 2016, he released his third album, “4 Indictments,” which peaked at no. 1 on the Heatseekers chart. In 2017, he dropped “Gangsta Love, Part 1.”
His 2018 mixtape “Shottaz 3.0” featured his greatest hit in collaboration with Boosie Badazz – "Errybody." The track was another great success, hitting millions of streams in several months.
In 2010, Mo3 released two remarkable singles, "No Feelings," which was a sample of Aaliyah’s “One In A Million” and “Too Much Pride."
In 2020, Noble and Boosie Badazz released their joint album “Badazz MO3.” It peaked at the 136th spot on the Billboard 200 chart.
Mo3 had numerous performances alongside his fellow rappers Boosie Badazz, Lil Ronny, Mook Boy, and Kash Doll.
Mo3’s posthumous album, “Shottaz 4Eva,” was released 4 months after his death by his record label, Empire. It’s the fourth installment of the “Shottaz” mixtape series. The album peaked at the 36th spot on the US Billboard 200.
Noble was cast and starred in the “Triple D Revenge” movie. Unfortunately, he didn’t make it to see its premiere on October 10, 2021. Mo3 plays the character of Draco.
The movie is a sequel to the 2014 “The Tripple D” original and follows the story of two young men who seek revenge for the death of a friend in the drug world.
Mo3 was shot and killed on November 11, 2020. As sources report  , he was tailed and chased on Interstate 35 in Dallas. The Dallas rapper tried to escape the vehicle that was following him, but crashed his car.
Mo3 got out of the car and tried to run, but the attacker shot him in the back of the head. He was taken to a hospital but was only pronounced dead. He was only 28 when he was murdered.
After almost two years after his murder, Kewon Dontrell White, was accused and sentenced to 105 months (almost 9 years) in federal prison after pleading guilty in May 2022.
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Mo3, whose real name is Melvin Abdul Noble Jr., is a Dallas rapper most popular for his tracks "Hold Ya Tongue" and "Errybody." He was associated with the notorious rapper Boosie Badazz.
He comes from a very poor background, but managed to build himself a name on the rap scene. He often used his tough life as inspiration for his lyrics.
Nobel was shot and killed on November 11, 2020. His net worth at the time of his death was $1.2 million.
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Man Accused in Dallas Rapper Mo3′s Death Sentenced for Federal Gun Charge (2022) Dallas News. Available at: https://www.dallasnews.com/news/crime/2022/11/09/man-accused-in-dallas-rapper-mo3s-death-sentenced-for-federal-gun-charge/ (Accessed: December 5, 2022).