Future Net Worth
Future net worth: Future is an American rap artist who has a net worth of $30 million. Future, also known as Nayvadius Wilburn and Nayvadius Cash, began writing and rapping on the suggestion of his cousin, Rico Wade, a member of the Dungeon Family collective. He began releasing mixtapes in 2010, subsequently recorded with Gucci Mane, and wrote a single for YC. His increasing profile led to an offer to sign with Epic Records in the fall of 2011. The mixtape he released just after signing with the label, "Streetz Calling", proved to be his most successful, receiving rave reviews from XXL and Pitchfork Media, among other online and print publications. He released several mixtapes, and his first studio album "Pluto" dropped in April of 2012. The album spawned four successful singles, including "Turn on the Lights", which peaked at #2 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts, #4 on the U.S. Rap Songs charts, and #1 on the Heatseekers Song charts. Future released a second studio album titled "Honest" in 2014. His third studio album "DS2" was released in 2015 and a fourth studio album "Evol" was released in February 2016. In September 2015, Future released a joint mixtape with Drake called "What A Time To Be Alive". In February 2017 Future released an album titled "FUTURE" and a week later he released another album titled "HNDRXX". Future has four children with four different women. One of the women he has a child with is singer/songwriter Ciara. Future and Ciara were engaged from October 2013 to August 2014. In January 2015, Ciara sued Future for slander, defamation and libel related to a series of tweets the rapper posted that complained about his visitation rights with their son. Between September 2017 and September 2018, Future grossed $30 million through touring, endorsements, royalties and more. That's enough to make him one of the 10 highest paid rappers on the planet. In the year prior he earned $23 million, bringing his total earnings over that two year period to $53 million. In the same time period he produced 3 billion streams of his songs.