Know about Shayne Ivey, son of Rapper Coolio

Several people have gained the limelight through their connections with renowned personalities and Shayne Ivey can be regarded as one of them. She is known to the world because of her father, Coolio, who was a Grammy-winning rapper in the 90s.

Shayne Ivey’s Family

Shayne Ivey was born on January 21, 1987, and is one of the 10 children of the rapper, Coolio. She has a twin sister, Kate Ivey. The rapper has not disclosed the mother names of most of his children. He had 4 children with his ex-wife Josefa Salinas: a son, Artis Ivey III, and 3 daughters named Artisha Ivey, Jackie Ivey, and Brandi Ivey. Coolie’s other children are Milan Ivey, Grtis Ivey, Darius Ivey, and Zhaneand Ivey.

Artis Leon Ivey Jr, known as Coolio, was born on 1 Aug 1963 in Monessen, Pennsylvania, and was raised mostly in Compton. His mother was a factory worker who divorced his carpenter father and moved to Compton when Ivey was eight years old. Severely asthmatic, Ivey was a regular visitor to his local library as a boy. He started rapping as a teenager, earning the nickname Coolio Iglesias, after Spanish singer Julio Iglesias, which was later shortened to Coolio.

After attending Compton Community College, he worked in jobs such as volunteer firefighting and security at Los Angeles International Airport, before becoming a rapper. On September 28, 2022, the iconic musician passed away from suspected cardiac arrest while at his friend’s home in Los Angeles, California. Coolio was cremated in a private ceremony. His ashes were then encased in jewellery for his family, with the rest of his ashes going into an urn.

Shayne Ivey’s Net Worth

Shayne Ivey enjoyed the spotlight since her birth because of her famous father, Coolio, who was a famous rapper, producer, actor, reality TV star, and entertainer. Coolio was one of the biggest names in the rap world in the 90s.

Coolio released his first album “It Takes a Thief” in 1994, scoring a US top-five hit with the breakthrough single “Fantastic Voyage”. But it was the following year when his song for the soundtrack of the Michelle Pfeiffer movie Dangerous Minds catapulted him into global stardom.

“Gangsta’s Paradise” became one of the most successful rap songs of all time, topping the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks. At the 1996 Grammy Awards, the track also won him a Grammy Award for Best Rap Solo Performance. Coolio won two MTV Video Music Awards for Best Rap Video and Best Video from a Film and a Billboard Music Award for the song/album. Coolio’s song – Aw, Here It Goes! – was used as the theme song for Nickelodeon’s hit TV show, Kenan and Kel. He created the web series Cookin’ with Coolio and released a cookbook. Coolio had an estimated net worth of $1.5 million at the time of his death, according to Celebrity Net Worth.