Facts of Lil Uzi
|Full Name||Lil Uzi|
|Birth Name||Symere Woods|
|Birth City||Francisville, Philadelphia, PA|
|Awards||MTV Video Music Award for the Best Song of the Summer,BET Award for Best Collaboration|
|Education||Northeast High School|
|Date of Birth||July 31,1994|
What Is Lil Uzi Vert’s Net Worth?
As of 2020, Lil Uzi Vert has an estimated net worth of $17 million. Lil Uzi Vert is an America based singer, rapper, and songwriter. He rose to fame after the release of his mixtape Luv Is Rage in 2015.
He released his debut single Money Longer in 2016 which reached the no.54 on the Billboard Hot 100. Till date he has released songs like Sauce It Up, Erase Your Social, The Way Life Goes, Do What I Want, and several more. He was also listed as Hip Hop cash prices by Forbes in 2017.
Lil Uzi Vert’s Net Worth Is $17 Million: Salary, Career, Income Sources, And Earnings
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Lil Uzi Vert has an estimated net worth of $17 million at present. He mostly earns from his career as a rapper, singer, and songwriter.
Uzi started rapping as a regular kid from 10th grade. He started rapping professionally from 2010 and began to associate with a musical group like Steaktown. Initially known as Vert, he changed his name to Lil Uzi Vert after his fans described his rap flow like a machine gun.
Uzi released his first project Purple Thoughtz Vol. 1 on 19th January 2014. Following with a single White Shit which went viral and gave Vert an entry into the mainstream.
He grabbed the attention of then-mainstays like ASAP Mob ($6 million).
He then signed with producer Def Jam A&R Don Cannon and produced his first mixtape The Real Uzi released on 5th August 2014. He then signed a record deal with Atlantic Records. Uzi also released several songs including the Metro Boomin’s production No Wait on SoundCloud.
Till date, he has collaborated with known faces like Lil Durk ($3 million), Dej Loaf ($2 million), Kodak Black ($600 thousand), Frank Ocean ($13 million), Quavo ($16 million), and several more. Likewise, he has been featured in various music videos like Lil Pump ($8 million) Multi-Millionaire, Kanye West (250 million) & Travis Scott ($22 million) Watch, and more.
Album Sales And Earnings
Uzi’s Luv Is Rage 2 hit no.1 in its first week and sold 135,000 units costing $14.98 per unit earning him around $2,022,300, The Perfect Luv Tape sold 500,000 units costing $19.99 per unit earning him $9,995,000, likewise, Lil Uzi Vert vs The World sold 500,000 units costing $6.99 per unit and earning him $3,495,000.
In the year 2018, he was declared as the most-consumed artist with over 3.5 billion streaming spins in the span of 12 months. He had a total of 76 shows in his tours in the given year according to Forbes.
Interesting Facts: Uzi’s XO Tour Llif3 earned $4.5 million, however, he received $900k.
Lil Uzi Vert’s Endorsements Deals, YouTube And Instagram Earnings
Lil Uzi is active on social media platforms like YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter with millions of followers.
As per Influencer Hub, Uzi earns around $17,609 to $29,348 per sponsor post via Instagram. Likewise, he has over 5 million subscribers on this self-titled YouTube channel as of April 2019. As per Social Blade, he earns around $8.5k to $136.8k per month up to $102.6k to $1.6 million per year.
Similarly, Uzi has endorsed with several well-known brands till date.
Assets, House, Cars, Expenses, Lifestyle
With an impressive net worth of $17 million, Vert is living a lavish lifestyle.
He lives in a million dollar house, however, the details are not available. Sources claim that he also owns a huge house in Atlanta.
Talking about his car collections, he is a car enthusiast and has a very interesting collection:
|Bentley Bentayga Mansory||$450,000|
|Bugatti Chiron||$3 million|
|Lamborghini Huracan Spyder||$200,000|
|Porsche 911 Carrera S||$90,000|
|Mercedes Benz G-Wagon||$150,000|
|Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG||$200,000|
|Dodge Charger Hellcat||$60,000|
He also owns full diamond studded Audemars Piguet watches which around $70,000 and a quad bike costing around $1,200.
Uzi has great taste when it comes to shoes. He owns Air Jordan which cost around $5000, likewise, a pre-released Air Jordan.
Interesting Facts: He owns one pair of limited Nike Mag. Only 89 pairs are available in the world.
Lil Uzi’s Tax And Insurance
With a great fortune comes a huge tax payment. As per Smart Assets, Uzi pays 36.6% which is $3,661,250 as Federal, 2.35% as $241,161 as FICA, and 8.82% as State tax.
Did You Know? Lil Uzi was charged $6,500 after he got arrested by police for driving his dirt bike without helmet and lights.
While information regarding his insurance is not available.
Philanthropy And Charity Works
Besides his music career, Liz Uzi has been involved in several charity works.
After the death of fellow rapper XXXTentacion, Uzi along-with fellow artists Lil Yachty, Miley Cyrus, Nicki Minaj, Desiigner and others founded a foundation against gun violence and provide help to XXXTentacion’s family and future child.
Lil Uzi Vert’s Personal Details: Age, Family, Girlfriend, And Feuds
Born Symere Woods on 31st July 1994 in North Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the United States. He holds American nationality and is of Afro-American ethnic background.
He enrolled in Northeast High School, however, dropped out of school and started working at a Bottom Dollar store. After being kicked out of his house by his mom, Lil Uzi pursued his rapping career.
Moving unto his love life, he was romantically involved with fashion designer Brittany Byrd. The couple first met while she was attending Parsons School of Design.
The duo started dating in 2014 before parting their ways in 2017. While the couple was still together, Uzi referred Byrd in several songs like Luv Is Rage, Money Longer, and Stole Your Luv.
Lil Uzi’s Feuds
He had a long-stand-still with Generation Now imprint owners Don Cannon and DJ Drama over the delay of his Luv Is Rage 2 album. He referred to DJ Drama as an old person and advised people against singing with Generation Now.
In early 2018, Uzi tweeted about being unhappy at DJ Drama’s Label. In response, rapper Rich The Kid replied that if Vert has signed with his label he would never have that problem. Vert responded to Rich saying “Boy I’m not singing for 20racks ($20,000)”. Soon enough the dispute elongated to disses on Twitter and Instagram between the two.
In March 2018, Rich released a diss track titled Dead Friends, based on Vert, a play on words of Lil Uzi’s catchphrase from his hit single XO Tour Llif3. Similarly, in June 2018, Vert attempted to attack Rich The Kid at a Starbucks, however, was stopped by security.