Young Turk Net Worth
|Net Worth:||$50 Thousand|
|Date of Birth:||1981 (42 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||New Orleans|
|Profession:||Musician, Singer, Rapper|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Young Turk Net Worth: Young Turk is an American rapper who has a net worth of $50 thousand. Born Tab Virgil, Jr. in 1981, in New Orleans, Louisiana, US, he has establish himself as one of hip-hop's most dynamic lyricists of our time. He hit the music scene in 1996, after Cash Money Records Cash Money label owners/brothers Ronald "Slim" Williams and Bryan "Baby" Williams spotted him rhyming in New Orleans' Magnolia project yards. Later the same year, Young Turk debuted on the music scene with a cameo on Juvenile's solo debut, "Solja Rags". The barely-teenaged rapper at the time was generously welcomed into the newly formed Hot Boys (who also included Juvenile, B.G., and Lil' Wayne). The combo saw the release of three albums: Get It How You Live! (1997), Guerilla Warfare (1999) and Let 'Em Burn (2003), the second of which would eventually go platinum. In 2001, Young Turk split ways with Hot Boys and in June the same year he saw the release of his solo debut album, Young and Thuggin on Universal Records. This release became a Top 10 hit on the Billboard 200 and became Gold in the United States. Shortly after, he inked a deal with producer Ke'Noe at Laboratory Recordz and released two albums Raw & Uncut (2003) and Penitentiary Chances (2004). 2005 was the year when Turk was sentenced to 10 years of imprisonment under federal charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm, a fugitive from justice in possession of a firearm, and an unlawful user addicted to a controlled substance in possession of a firearm. While incarcerated, Ke'Noe released the albums of unreleased Turk verses titled Still A Hot Boy (2005) and Convicted Felons (2005). Even though Turk's sentence got was changed to 14 years, he was released from prison in October of 2012 after almost nine years of captivity. In December of 2012, Turk made a hit single titled "Zip It" featuring Lil Wayne, a remix of which was made and released with Juvenile. In 2013, Turk released a mixtape under SoundCloud called "Blame It On The System".