Prince Markie Dee

Prince Markie Dee is a singer, rapper, DJ, producer, songwriter, and American singer. He is most famous as a member of The Fat Boys. The pioneering rap group that gained fame during the 1980s. He Morales was the vice-president of Uncle Louie Music Group.

Early Life of Prince Markie Dee

This rapper came to life in New York, USA, on February 19, 1968, with the name of Mark Anthony Morales. His dad, mother, and siblings have no information, as he likes to keep his personal life far away from the media. He attended the Junior High School of George Gershwin. He belongs to the descent of Puerto Rico.

Is Prince Markie Dee still Alive or Dead?

A beloved rapper and music producer-Prince Markie Dee, passing away at the age of 52, one day before his 53rd birthday. The rapper, Mark Anthony Morales, better known as The Fat Boys for being part of the rap trio, died ‘suddenly’ on Thursday, February 2021.

The news was confirmed by long-time friend and colleague Louis Gregory on social media earlier this morning. There has been no announcement of the cause of death.


Personal Life of Prince Markie Dee

Prince Markie Dee may be single at present. He did not reveal his relationship and business. In the earlier mid-1980s, Prince had been engaged in rapping Pepa. This couple split up later.

This artist is not rumored and scandalous. In the meantime, he has managed to avoid rumors and controversy. He’s doing a good job.  Height and weight are decent to Prince Markie Dee. He was 430 lbs earlier, but he lost 175 lbs. He’s probably got black hair and brown eyes.

How much is Rapper-Prince Markie Dee Net Worth?

Prince’s salary is still under review. According to some sources, the net worth of the rapper is estimated at 1.5 million dollars. This artist works on social sites. Prince has more than 1 K on Facebook, 21.6 K on Instagram, and 28 K on Twitter. He also has his own YouTube channel with more than 500 followers.

Career Line of Prince Markie Dee

  • Prince Markie Dee was very young and interested in music and rap. He is a band member of The Fat Boys rap group of the 1980s.
  • This band released an album Fat Boys earlier in 1984. RIAA certified this album as gold in 1985.
  • The album also reached a peak of 48 on the US Billboard 200 and number 6 on the top R&B/Hip Hop chart. The following year, they released their second Fat Boys are Back studio album. This album has also been certified by RIAA for gold.
  • This group released their third Big & Beautiful studio album in 1986. Prince is working with Fat Boys, including Crushin, On and On and Mack Daddy, Coming Back Hard Again.
  • His performance with the band includes films like Krush Groove and Disorderlies. After leaving the band, he continued his successful solo career.
  • Prince subsequently signed a Free album with Columbia Records, which includes a hit single Typical Reasons (Swing My Way).
  • Subsequently, he joined Cory Rooney in the formation of a production company, the Soul Convention.
  • After joining this company he has produced and written tracks for renowned artists such as Jennifer Lopez, Mary J. Blige, Mariah Carey, and Marc Anthony.
  • Dee worked as a DJ on WMIB Radio in Miami from 2008 to 2010.
  • He has recently worked at WEDR-FM. He currently serves as vice-chairman of the Uncle Louie music group.