Project Pat's Net Worth

Net Worth $ 15,000,000
Real name Patrick Earl Houston
Source of Wealth Music
Profession Rapper
Date of Birth Feb 8, 1973
Zodiac Aquarius
Age 50
Height 198 cm / 6 ft 5 inch
Siblings Juicy J

Patrick Earl Houston, a.k.a Project Pat, is an American rapper known for being Juicy J's older brother and being part of the hip-hop group "The Kaze."

He rose to mainstream fame after providing the hook for "Three 6 Mafia" hit single "Sippin' on Some Syrup," released in 2000.

Project Pat's net worth is estimated at $15 million.

Upbringing and Career Beginnings

Patrick Earl Houston was born on February 8, 1973, in Memphis, Tennessee, United States.[1]He grew up at his grandmother's house on his mother's side with his minister father and his cousin, who exposed him to Michael Jackon's music.

"We would stay with my mother's mother, and my cousin stayed there, always bumping Michael Jackson, Earth, Wind & Fire. He was older than me; that was really my first exposure to urban music,". - The rapper revealed in a Vice interview.

Pat wasn't initially interested in rap music. His younger brother, the Academy Award-winning rapper Juicy Jay, introduced him to the industry.

Pat began his career in the early nineties by appearing on his brother's first songs. He released his debut solo album, "Ghetty Green," in 1999 through his brother's label Hypnotize Minds.

However, Project Pat received mainstream attention in 2000 after becoming a member of his brother Juicy J's rap group "Three 6 Mafia" and releasing the song "Sippin' on Some Syrup."

The song was the second single from their fourth studio album, "When The Smoke Clears: Sixty 6, Sixty 1," featuring UGK alongside Pat.

The song was produced by Three 6 Mafia members Juicy J and DJ Paul, who used a sample from Marvin Gaye's "Is That Enough."

"Sippin' on Some Syrup" was a commercial success, helping the album become Three 6's first platinum album and is DJ Paul's favorite Three six album.[2]

Second and Third albums: Mista Don't Play - Everythangs Workin' and Layin' Da Smack Down

Project Pat's second album was released on February 13, 2001.

The album featured 20 songs and peaked at number 4 on the Billboard 200 in the United States.

Pat released official videos for the songs "Chickenhead" and "Don't Save Her."[3]

His third album, "Layin' Da Smack Down," was released in 2002.

Fourth album: Crook by da Book: The Fed Story

Released in 2005, the album reached number 64 on the Billboard 200 chart and received mixed reviews.

According to AllMusic's David Jeffries, the album is a more polished and well-financed version of the artist's previous album, "Ghetty Green." Still, the album's appeal will depend on the listener's tolerance for the artist's typical "down-and-dirty" style. Jeffries notes that the album may not attract new listeners to the artist's style, but it will still satisfy fans of the artist's previous work.[4]

Further career

In 2007, the rapper Project Pat released the album "Walkin' Bank Roll," which, similarly to the other albums reached the Billboard 200, peaking at 45th position.

Later, Pat released his sixth album, "Real Recognize Real." The album featured the hit song "Keep it Hood," which sold 10,000 copies in the 1st week of release.

His seventh album, "Loud Pack," was released in 2011.

In 2015 he released his Mista Don't Play 2, featuring Juicy J and Doe B.

In 2021, Drake's album Certified Lover Boy featured Project Pat's single "Knife Talk," which reached number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Personal Life

In 2002, Project Pat was sentenced to 51 months in prison and three years of supervised release for two counts of possessing a firearm as a felon. He was convicted in March of charges stemming from a 2001 incident where Memphis police found two revolvers in his vehicle. He was also fined $75,000 and $200 in court costs. [5]

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In conclusion

Project Pat is an American rapper mostly known for being a member of the hip-hop groups "The Kaze" and "Three 6 Mafia."

His net worth is estimated at $15 million.


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  2. Staff, D. (2014, March 06). Throwback Thursday: Three 6 Mafia F. Ugk & Project Pat - Sippin' on some Syrup. Retrieved February 1, 2023, from

  3. Mista don't play: Everythangs Workin. (2022, November 05). Retrieved February 1, 2023, from

  4. Project Pat - Crook by da book: The fed story album reviews, songs & more. (2006, December 05). Retrieved February 1, 2023, from

  5. Archive-Corey-Moss. (n.d.). Project Pat sentenced for Firearm Possession. Retrieved February 1, 2023, from