Lil Uzi Vert Net Worth

What is Lil Uzi Vert’s net worth?

American musician Lil Uzi Vert has occasionally been among the highest-paid rappers in the world. Lil Uzi Vert’s net worth is $25 million as of this writing. Lil Uzi Vert made a staggering $20 million between September 2017 and September 2018. That was enough to make him one of 20 highest-paid rappers on the planet for that time frame. In the same time period he had 3.5 billion streaming views and played an impressive 76 live shows around the world.

$24 Million Diamond?

In a video that Lil Uzi Vert uploaded to Instagram on February 3, 2021, he displayed a pink diamond that he had reportedly attached to his forehead. He further stated that the diamond cost $24 million. For the alleged 10–11 carat diamond, Lil Uzi claimed to have saved for four years. He asserted that the diamond cost more than all of his vehicles together and his house. As of this writing, it is unknown how much the diamond is actually worth or whether the man’s claims are true. Since we started keeping track of Lil Uzi Vert’s net worth, we calculate that his total gross income has been $30 million. That’s before taxes. With the information we currently have, it appears extremely doubtful and improbable that Lil Uzi actually spent $24 million for a single diamond. Additionally, it appeared that the NYPost article that broke the story was overly shilling for the jewel’s designer.

Early Life

Career

Due to the way his lyrical flow was once described as “fast, like a machine gun,” Woods changed his name to Lil Uzi Vert. Woods released his first project, the EP “Purple Thoughtz Vol 1.” on January 19, 2014. The production was described as “trippy” and hallucinogenic by The Guardian. After Woods gained popularity, a video from the tune “White Shit” went viral in 2017. After the album’s release, Woods attracted the notice of ASAP Mob and producer Don Cannon. “The Real Uzi,” Woods’ debut mixtape, was created by Cannon for his The Academy brand and released in August 2014. Following his signing with Atlantic Records, Woods appeared on the Carnage single “WDYW” with Rich the Kid and ASAP Ferg.

In addition, Woods released a number of Metro Boomin-produced songs on SoundCloud and appeared in August 2017 on the “Boys of Summer” tour with Fall Out Boy and Wiz Khalifa. On October 20, 2015, “Luv is Rage,” his second mixtape, was made available. HotNewHipHop referred to Woods as a “breakout artist of 2015”.

Woods shared the song “Money Longer” on his SoundCloud in 2016. On the Billboard Hot 100, the single debuted at No. 92 and peaked at No. 54. It earned a 2x Platinum certification. At SxSW in March 2016, while Woods was performing, there was a riot. The following month, Uzi released “Lil Uzi Vert vs. the World,” his third mixtape and debut for a business. It lasted 55 weeks at No. 37 on the Billboard 200 list after its debut. Finally, the record received a Gold certification. In May 2016, Woods and Kodak Black collaborated on a tour called the Parental Advisory Tour. That summer, Uzi was selected as one of the ten 2016 XXL Freshman.

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“You Was Right,” Woods’ second entry on the Billboard 200 list, peaked at No. 40 after peaking at No. 89 in July 2016. He released “The Perfect LUV Tape,” his fourth mixtape, in the same month. His 22nd birthday saw the release of the mixtape, which included the singles “Seven Million” and “Erase your Social,” neither of which reached the Billboard Hot 100. The mixtape received a Gold certification and debuted at No. 55 on the Billboard 200. Artists including A$AP Ferg, Mac Miller, and Post Malone have worked with Uzi. In November 2016, he released a collaboration mixtape with Gucci Mane. In August 2016, he appeared on Migos’ song “Bad and Boujee.” In January 2017, the song debuted atop the US Billboard Hot 100, which made it Uzi’s first No. 1 single as a lead or featured artist and his highest-charting single as both.

While on tour with The Weeknd in February 2017, Woods released the EP “Luv is Rage 1.5.” The two notable songs, “Luv Scars K.o 1600” and “XO Tour Llif3,” received a lot of SoundCloud attention. The song achieved a platinum certification and peaked at No. 7.

“Luv Is Rage 2,” Lil Uzi Vert’s eagerly awaited and protracted debut studio album, was finally released in August 2017. The lead song from the album was the top 10 single “XO Tour Llif3.” Ten Billboard Hot 100 charting singles were produced from the platinum-certified album, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums list.

Uzi debuted “Futsal Shuffle 2020,” the lead track from his upcoming second studio album “Eternal Atake,” in December 2019. “Eternal Awake” was made available a week early on March 6, 2020. Early in 2020, it topped the Billboard 200 and received 400 million streams, making it the album with the highest number of streams since 2008. Lil Uzi released “Sasuke,” his first new song since the deluxe edition of “Eternal Awake,” on April 24, 2020. In the summer of 2020, Uzi appeared on a remix of StaySoldRocky’s “Party Girl” and also teamed up with Future for a joint project titled “Pluto x Baby Pluto.”

Personal Life

From 2014 through 2017, Woods dated Brittany Byrd, a fashion designer. Byrd was attending Parsons School of Design after moving to California to attend the school when she met Woods. Byrd is mentioned numerous times throughout several of Woods’ songs. She also had an appearance in Woods’ chart-topping song “Money Longer” music video.

After the death of rapper Lil Peep, Uzi announced he was quitting drugs and attempting sobriety. Rapper Woods asked other rappers to help create a foundation against gun violence on social media following the passing of friend and fellow rapper XXXTentacion.

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