Gucci Mane Net Worth

The music industry has seen some tremendous changes in the past few decades. Some new genres of music have also been introduced. People’s choice of music has also been changed. There was a time when people used to prefer classical or semiclassical music. But now the taste has been completely changed.Even though there are still many who prefer retro music and evergreen songs. The newer generation has a lot to say about music.

They prefer pop, hip hop or rap style music. There are millions of people out there who are dying over such music. Apparently, they have a huge fan following on the internet. With so much variety in the modern music genre, comes the artist who work very hard to create such music. Some of the popular modern music sensations are, Eminem, Drake, Cardi B, Beyonce.

Another popular name in the world of hip-hop music is “Gucci Mane”. He a Rapper, Artist, Actor, Music artist and Musician as well. His name is quite popular when it comes to hip hop music. He has released many albums and singles.

Gucci Mane Net Worth

Gucci Mane is a great musician and songwriter. He comes under the list of most successful artists fulfilling the demands of his fans with his tracks. He comes under the category of American rapper with a total net worth of $14 million. Mane’s career started with writing poetry during his childhood. By the age of 14, he started rapping.

He helped his Atlanta based rappers T.I. and Young Jeezy during the 2000s and 2010s to produce hip-hop music. He released his first album in the year 2005 named “Trap House”. After that, he released “Hard to Kill” in 2006, then “Trap-a-Thon” and then “Trap to the back House” in 2007,

Early Life

Radric Delantic Davis also known as Gucci Mane was born on 12th February 1980 in Bessemer, Alabama. At the time of his birth, his father was under the charges of drug smuggling and was living in Detroit, Michigan. He was raised by his paternal grandmother and his mother was attending college at that time.

He was introduced to the world of hip hop music when his half-brother took him to a concert of Run-DMC, Beastie Boys, LL Cool J concert. In 1989, Mane and her mother moved to Atlanta. He grew up in a criminal environment. He started dealing drugs when he was in his college days. With the Christmas money, he used to purchase crack cocaine and sell them.

As a high school student, Mane was a very bright student and quite popular in his high school. Despite having a drug dealer side, Mane never tried drugs for the first few years of his high school. After two years of selling drugs, one day in the year 1995, Mane was robbed by someone on his bicycle. From that day on he started carrying a gun whenever he was out.

In the year 1998, he was graduated from high school with distinction and a 3.0 GPA. He got a scholarship as well to study at Georgia Perimeter College. He was rusticated from his university in 2001 under the charges of drug dealing. He was also sentenced to 90 days of imprisonment.

Career

After his first arrest, Mane decided to make his career in hip hop music. He released his first-ever album called La Flare, distributed through a run of 1000 CDs he distributed them throughout East Atlanta. He collaborated with Young Jeezy in “So Icy” and was distributed through Tommy Boy Records. In 2005, he released his first full album and named it Trap House.

The album got a lot of recognition and was under Top 20 of the Billboard R&B/Hip Hop album charts and also landed on the top spot on the Billboard Heatseekers Album chart. His next album Hard to Kill came in 2006. The album also included his hit single “Freaky Gurl” and peaked at number 12 on the Hot Rap Tracks. In 2010n, he released The State vs Radric Davis.

Mane collaborated with Rae Sremmurd and released his next track. The song released in November 2016. It reached at the top of all charts on Billboard and not just R&B, hip hop, or rap songs. This collab was Mane’s first number-one single as a featured artist. It remained on top for almost 7 weeks.

Mane also performed in the prestigious Coachella Valley Music and art Festival and stunned the audience by giving out P Diddy. By the end of 2017, he released his autobiography, “The Autobiography of Gucci Mane”. Throughout his whole career, Mane released over 71 mixtapes and 13 studio albums.

He also founded his label in the year 2007. Mane collaborated with many other artists like Drake Lil Wayne, Selena Gomez, Mariah Carey, and Marilyn Manson. His presence in hip hop music industry served a major influence on younger Atlanta rappers like Young Thug, Migos, Rich Homie Quan, 21 Savage, etc.

Personal Life

Mane got married in the year 2017 to Keyshia KAa’oir. Their wedding was produced as a 10-episode TV show and named “The Mane Event”. Mane proposed to Keyshia after his performance at Atlanta Hawks basketball game. He revealed in his autobiography that he was a son born in 2007 whom he was not recognized until 2017.

Conclusion

With new stars getting a break in this industry, this industry is never losing its charm. With a great amount of love and recognition, come to a lot of struggle. Mane also struggled during an early age, but he never let that struggle and sufferings become his weakness. He challenged his sufferings and came out stronger, and became a successful rapper.