Soulja Boy Net Worth

This article will provide you with the net-worth, life story, career, and estates over the years.DeAndre Cortez Way (born July 28, 1990) is an American rapper and record producer better known by his stage name Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em or just Soulja Boy. In September 2007, he had a huge smash with his debut track.

The song “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” reached the top of the charts. By the initial days of  September 2007, the single was a non-consecutive seven-week number-one hit in the United States.

Soulja Boy Net Worth

The Atlanta rapper is worth $30 million and is one of the most well-known figures in the music industry. Crank That was his first song, and it was a massive hit, selling over 3 million digital downloads. This resulted in a significant increase in his fame, with many describing him as an overnight sensation.

He has released numerous albums and mixtapes over the years. Turn My Swag On was one of the songs that made it into the top 20 of the Billboard Hot 100. The way was ranked number 18 on Forbes’ list of Hip-Hop Cash Kings of 2010 on August 17, after earning $7 million in 2010. Soulja Boy earned almost $7 million in 2012, earning him a spot on Forbes’ list of Hip Hop Cash Kings for the year.

Early Life

Soulja, who used to go by the name DeAndre Wade while he was still unknown, was born in Chicago, Illinois, but moved about a lot as a result of his parent’s divorce. The rapper came to Atlanta with his mother and younger brother when he was six years old, only to face a difficult childhood. Despite his financial hardships, Soulja never failed to notice the city’s allure, which is dominated by music. Soulja remarked, “I ain’t have nothing to do except go to school.”

“I used to be a straight-A student who was extremely intelligent. But, I’m not going to lie, music had an impact on my academics.” He met rapper Young Kwon there and was introduced to the music business. Soulja considers Kwon’s teaching him to build beats and even recording his debut song to be a great experience.

However, the financial situation persisted, and his father moved him to Mississippi when he was in eighth grade at Batesville’s South Panola High School.

Career

Way’s father established a recording studio for him to satisfy his musical dreams. Way uploaded his tracks on the SoundClick website in November 2005. He set up accounts on YouTube and Myspace after receiving favorable feedback on the site. Unsigned & Still Major: Da Record Before da Album, his debut independent album, was released in March 2007.

Soulja Boy uploaded his tracks on the SoundClick website in November 2005. They received excellent feedback, and he created YouTube and MySpace accounts. In March 2007, he recorded “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” and released “Unsigned and Still Major: Da Album Before da Album,” his debut independent album.

In addition, he created a low-budget film to demonstrate the “Crank That” dance. “Crank That (Soulja Boy)” had been played on the radio by the end of May 2007, and he had secured a deal with Interscope Records. “Crank That” reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 2007 and stayed there for seven weeks. Soulja received a Grammy nomination for the song.

Personal Life

On DJ Cisco’s Urban Legend mixtape in June 2008, famous rapper Ice-T told Way to “eat a dick” and condemned his song “Crank That” as “trash” in comparison to the efforts of other hip-hop artists like as Rakim, Das EFX, Big Daddy Kane, and Ice Cube. After that, the two exchanged movies via the Internet. Deion Jenkins, Way’s younger brother, was killed in a car crash on March 22, 2011.

Soulja Boy had all of his face tattoos erased in 2020 in order to segue into film and television roles. When he was 16, he got his first face tattoo, much to his mother’s chagrin. In 2009, he was engaged for three months to Rosa Acosta, and then in 2019 to Nia Riley, his long-term on-again, off-again lover.

Real Estate

Soulja Boy owns a home in Agoura Hills, California, just outside of Los Angeles. He formerly owned a home in McDonough, Georgia outside of Atlanta. He sold that property in 2010. Apart from luxurious homes, he also has a big eye for luxury cars. The RC Lamborghini Covered With Diamonds owned by Soulja Boy is working and worth $250,000.

He also owns a clothing brand and did charity work back in 2007 with an organization, Toyz N Da Hood which gave/donated toys to underprivileged children and also to those belonging to low-income families.

Conclusion

Soulja Boy being one of the most popular and wealthy rappers, has an estimated net worth ranging in millions and has investments in and around the globe.