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C-Murder is an American rapper, songwriter, actor, author, and convicted murderer. He initially gained fame in the mid-1990s as a part of his brother Master P’s label No Limit Records, primarily as a member of the label’s supergroup, TRU.

Early Life

The rapper was born on 9 March 1971, in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. His real name is Corey Miller. He holds an American nationality and his age is 49 years. Similarly, his sun sign is Pisces. He has siblings named brothers, Silkk the Shocker, Master P, and Kevin Miller, and sister Germaine Miller.

Career and Professional Life

Miller rose to fame in the late 1990s after being on numerous No Limit releases. In 1998 Miller released his debut album Life or Death. Miller’s debut made it to number three on the US Billboard 200 with 197,000 copies sold the first week. In 1999 Miller released his second album Bossalinie which was more successful. The album promoted with the singles “Like a Jungle” and “Gangsta Walk” featuring fellow No Limit artists at the time Snoop Dogg. In 2000 Miller released his third album, Trapped in Crime.

Then, his album was popular for containing Miller’s biggest and famous single to date “Down for My N’s”. The single featured fellow No Limit artists at the time Snoop Dogg and Magic. Likewise, in 2001 Miller released his fourth album C-P-3.com and his final with No Limit Records. The album contained the singles “What U Gonna Do” and “I’m Not Just”. The album has currently sold over 260,000 copies. Then, in 2005 Miller released his fifth album The Truest Shit I Ever Said.


The album promoted with the single “Y’all Heard Of Me”. In 2008 Miller released his sixth album Screamin’ 4 Vengeance.  Miller’s second album released while being incarcerated. The album promoted with the single’s “Be Fresh” and “Posted On The Block (Remix)”. The album charted on the Billboard 200 at one-hundred-thirty. In 2009 Miller released his seventh and third album while imprisoned Calliope Click. In 2010 Miller released his eighth album and fourth album while incarcerated entitled Tomorrow.

On June 11, 2013, Miller released his debut mixtape Ricochet featuring a variety of unreleased tracks. Then, on March 11, 2014, recently released rapper Lil Boosie collaborated with Miller on a song entitled “Came 2 Da Can”. The song has caused major controversy due to Miller’s negative remarks about his own brother and former CEO Master P. On January 5, 2015, Miller announced via his website that he will be releasing a new album entitled Ain’t No Heaven In the Pen Bruh. Then on January 10, 2015, Miller via his website released the official tracklist for Ain’t No Heaven In the Pen.

On February 28, 2015, Miller announced via his website the release date for Ain’t No Heaven In the Pen which is March 24, 2015. On March 24, 2015, Miller released his ninth album Ain’t No Heaven In the Pen, featuring guest appearances from Boosie Badazz, Shy Glizzy, Snoop Dogg, Calliope Doefus, Al, Big Be, Bloc Boyz Click, Lil Kano, Montez, G-Dinero, Lil Soulja Slim, Adrian E, and Jigga.

More about his career

In January 2016, C-Murder released a diss track aimed at 2 Chainz entitled 2 Stainz, due to the usage of the slogan and name style of his former group TRU and record label TRU Global Records. Moreover, in April 2016 C-Murder and Boosie Badazz released a collaborative album about his murder charge entitled Penitentiary Chances. Artists on the album include Snoop Dogg, Calliope Bub, Verse, 2Meka, Cuttyboy G Dinero, Mac Milli, and Yella. The first single on the album, entitled “Dear Supreme Court”, discusses his case and his hope that the Louisiana Supreme Court will drop his charge. Then, in 1998 Miller acted and co-starred in the major No Limit film Da Game of Life.

In 1998, he also was present in the No Limit film “I Got the Hook-Up” starring his brother Master P and A.J. Johnson. His role was one of T-Lay’s (Tommy “Tiny” Lister Jr. “Zeus”) henchmen alongside his brother Silkk The Shocker and Mystikal. In 2000 Miller also co-starred in the No Limit film Hot Boyz. Moreover, on January 1, 2007, Miller released his first written novel entitled Death Around The Corner. On February 1, 2014, Miller released two novels entitled Red Beans and Dirty Rice For The Soul and Bound By Loyalty.


Caption: C-Murder’s news (Source: Google)

Net Worth

The talented rapper and actor has a net worth of $100 thousand dollars. He has earned all this net worth from his career as an actor, rapper, author, and songwriter as well. He has also worked hard for his career.

Relationship Status

Talking about his relationships, he dated twice with Monica Arnold (1997 – 1998) and Trina (2002 – 2003). He was previously the husband of Dionne Miller (1999-2001). The icon’s oldest daughter is Alexis Miller. He is currently serving a life sentence in prison for murder. We can see how much he loves his daughter and his ex-girlfriend, Monica Arnold. Miller and his daughter have not reunited for so many years and he is missing his daughter.


Caption: C-Murder with his ex-girlfriend, Monica Arnold (Source: Instagram)


In September 2003, Miller convicted of January 18, 2002, beating and fatal shooting of a fan, 16-year-old Steve Thomas, at the Platinum Club, a now-closed nightclub in Harvey, Louisiana. Miller was arrested in the early hours of January 19th for causing a disturbance at the House of Blues in New Orleans. Then, he was indicted on February 28, 2002. While awaiting re-trial Miller was under house arrest. On March 13, 2007, Sassone granted Miller’s request to work on his music career on a per-request basis, but denied his request for a 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. curfew.

Sassone’s rulings in the case became an issue in her failed 2008 bid for re-election. Sassone was defeated by Judge Ellen Kovach; prosecutors subsequently renewed a request to have Miller returned to jail. During January 2009, Miller was confined to his residence on house arrest, and could only leave for a documented medical emergency. On May 27, 2009, Miller pleaded no contest to two counts of attempted second-degree murder. These charges stem from a 2001 incident in Baton Rouge in which Miller fired one shot, after which it jammed, from a semi-automatic pistol at the owner and bouncer of a night club who refused to allow Miller to enter the business with the gun.

On August 5, 2009, the murder trial began. The father of the victim spoke of his son being a fan of C-Murder before the incident. On August 10, 2009, the jury reported being deadlocked, but Judge Hans Liljeberg instructed them to attempt to resolve the deadlock. Three hours later, the jury returned to announce it had reached a 10–2 guilty verdict. The judge suspected that, given the deadlock announced earlier followed by the quick reversal, one of the jurors decided to switch under pressure to end the trial and instructed the jury to go back and deliberate on the case longer.

C-Murder was sentenced on August 14 by District Judge Hans Liljeberg to mandatory life imprisonment. On August 27, 2009, Ernest Johnson, president of the Louisiana NAACP, requested an investigation into the jury deliberations. As a result, Miller appealed the conviction. Then, on February 19, 2013, Miller’s final appeal rejected by the Supreme Court. After a jury voted 10–2 to convict Miller, Miller’s attorneys argued that because federal juries must reach unanimous verdicts in criminal cases, Miller should have not been convicted in Louisiana.

On April 2, 2014, Miller’s attorney, Rachel Conner, filed a post-conviction relief application in state court in Gretna. She raised 10 points to support her assertion that her client received no fair trial. Conner said she plans to raise additional points. On June 26, 2018, Kenneth Jordan, a key witness in Miller’s 2009 trial, recanted his testimony, saying he was pressured by detectives to testify against Miller or he himself would have faced a 10-year prison sentence for unrelated criminal charges. Then, on July 6, another witness, Darnell Jordan, recanted his testimony, saying he detained and locked in a hotel room by police for refusing to testify against Miller.

Body Measurement and Social Media

Regarding the rapper’s body measurement, he is 6 feet 3 inches tall. He has a weight of 93 kg. His body measurement is 44-15-36 inches. Moreover, he has a pair of dark brown eyes and black hair. The talented artist has a very slim body and has a dark complexion. Other more information regarding his other body part measurement is not out to the public yet.

Coming to his social media, he is quite active there. He uses Instagram and Facebook. Since he is in prison so it is difficult for him to have a mobile and use social media. He has thousands of followers on his social media account. Those thousands of followers or fan of him supports him and prays for him.