Last Updated: March 22, 2024
Richest CelebritiesRappers
Net Worth:
$50 Million
Nov 20, 1983 (40 years old)
Kirkwood, Atlanta
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Rapper, Singer-songwriter, Music artist
United States of America
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Future is an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer who has a net worth of $50 million. Future's musical journey began in the early 2010s, releasing a series of mixtapes that garnered critical acclaim and introduced his unique sound to the world. Mixtapes like "1000," "Dirty Sprite," and "True Story" showcased his ability to craft catchy melodies and deliver hard-hitting verses, blending elements of trap, Southern hip-hop, and alternative R&B.

His debut studio album, "Pluto," released in 2012, marked a pivotal moment in his career, solidifying his commercial success and critical recognition. The album spawned chart-topping singles like "Turn on the Lights" and "Same Damn Time," further cementing Future's status as a trendsetter in the rap world.

Throughout the 2010s, Future maintained a prolific output, releasing a string of mixtapes and albums that consistently topped charts and garnered critical praise. His influence on the rap landscape became undeniable, with his signature style inspiring countless artists and shaping the sound of modern hip-hop.

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Early Life

Future was born Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn on November 20, 1983, in Atlanta, Georgia. He was nicknamed "The Future" when he joined the musical collective called The Dungeon Family. His cousin, Rico Wade, was a member of The Dungeon Family" as well as a record producer, and he encouraged Future to work on his songwriting and rapping skills and make a career out of it. Wade also gave his young cousin a respite from life on the streets. Over the years, Future has given his cousin the credit for being the mastermind behind his unique sound.


In 2010, Future started releasing mixtapes, including "1000," "Dirty Sprite," and "True Story." Future also teamed up with Gucci Mane to make the album "Free Bricks." When DJ Esco started playing Future's songs at Magic City, a popular Atlanta strip club, Future started getting more notice and becoming popular. Magic City has launched the careers of a number of Atlanta-based rappers. In the fall of 2011, Future was approached by Epic Records. He signed the record contract and nearly immediately released the mixtape "Streetz Calling," which became his most successful mixtape. His first album, "Pluto" was released in the spring of 2012. The album had four successful singles, including "Turn on the Lights," which hit number two on the U.S. hip hop and R&B charts. In 2014, he released his second album, "Honest." His third album, "DS2," came out in 2015, and his fourth, "Evol," came out in 2016. In February 2017, he released the album "FUTURE." A week later, he released another album, "HNDRXX."

In mid-October 2018, Future and the late rapper Juice Wrld released the mixtape "Wrld on Drugs." It debuted at number two on the U.S. charts behind the Bradley CooperLady Gaga soundtrack for "A Star Is Born." "Wrld on Drugs" was Future's 10th top 10 album in the U.S. "Future Hndrzz Presents: The Wizrd" was released in January 2019; it was his seventh studio album and also the soundtrack to the film "The Wizrd," which was released on Apple Music on January 11, 2019.

Future Net Worth

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Future won his first Grammy Award in February 2019 for Best Rap Performance for his collaboration on the song "King's Dead," which appeared on the soundtrack of the film "Black Panther." In June 2019, Future released his solo EP "Save Me," which debuted at number five on the U.S. charts. In 2020, he released the album "High Off Life," followed by 2022's "I Never Liked You," Future's ninth studio album.

In January 2020, Future released the songs "Life Is Good" and "Desires," both collaborations with Drake. In 2023, Future was featured on Killer Mike's new single "Scientists & Engineers" along with Andre 3000.

In March 2024, Future and Metro Boomin released the first of what is planned to be two collaborative albums, "WE DON'T TRUST YOU."


Future has embarked on multiple North American tours. The first was the Summer Sixteen Tour in 2016 with Drake. The second was the Nobody Safe Tour in 2016. The Future Hndrxx Tour followed in 2017; then, he went out on the road with Meek Mill for the Legendary Nights Tour in 2019. Recently, Future embarked on the Future and Friends: One Big Party Tour.


Personal Life

As of this writing, Future has seven…possibly eight… children with seven…possibly eight… different women. The mothers of his children include Jessica Smith, Brittni Mealy, India J, Ciara, and Joie Chavis. He was engaged to Ciara for a period in 2013 and 2014, but they broke up reportedly due to his infidelity. Future and Ciara have a son together, Future Zahir Wilburn, who was born in May 2014.

Both Jessica Smith and Ciara have sued Future. Smith has sued him for failing to pay child support. She has also accused the rapper of neglecting his son. Ciara, on the other hand, sued Future for defamation, slander, and libel due to a series of Tweets he wrote bashing her and complaining about his visitation schedule.

In 2019, a woman in Florida named Eliza Seraphin, aka Eliza Reign, and a woman in Texas named Cindy Parker separately filed paternity suits against Future. At first, Future allegedly refused to take a DNA test. Seraphin claimed that Future communicated with her throughout the pregnancy. She said he told her to tell him when the baby was coming and promised to take care of the child financially. Future counter-sued Eliza Seraphin, accusing her of fraud and seeking a court-mandated gag order. In March 2024, Eliza and Cindy posted a DNA test to social media which purported to show that there is a 99.9% probability that the children are half-siblings.

Future dated Lori Harvey, daughter of television personality and comedian Steve Harvey, between 2019 and 2020. The couple split in August 2020, but they've been seen together as recently as 2022.

Earnings Highlights

Between September 2017 and September 2018, Future grossed $30 million through touring, endorsements, royalties and more. That was enough to make him one of the ten 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. Between September 2018 and September 2019, Future earned $20 million, bringing his earnings since 2017 up to $73 million.

Real Estate

In October 2022, Future paid $16.3 million for a mansion in Miami. The 7-bedroom, 9,000-square-foot mansion is located on Allison Island:

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