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Chief Keef Net Worth

Net Worth$6,000,000
Real NameKeith Farrelle Cozart
Date of Birth/AgeAugust 15, 1995
24 y.o.
Source of wealthRapper, Record producer, Songwriter
Country of originUSA
State/City of originChicago, Illinois.
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Chief Keef net worth $6,000,000.

Before Chief Keef dropped his hit single “I Don’t Like” he was reported to have a net worth of about $200,000. He has significantly surpassed that amount over the years.

Between his collaborations, albums, Glo Gang merchandise, and mixtapes released, Chief Keef’s net worth is now reported to be over $6 million today.

How does Chief Keef make his money?

Chief Keef earns all of his money from performances and album sales. His peak time of popularity seemed to be in 2013. His shortlived deal with Interscope records was worth $6 million over a three album release.


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Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, Chief Keef was unable to fulfill the deal requirement. The good news is Chief Keef still earns good money from his shows. He gets anywhere from $40,000 – $85,000 per show. His estimated earnings per song is $100,000 for a single record.

In addition to Chief Keef’s music, he is also making income off of his YouTube channel. His main song “I Don’t Like” earned him 30 million views. His very first album sold 50,000 copies in the first week it was released.

He has other tracks out there that have brought him income including his feature on Kanye West’s “Yeezus” Album. Additionally, Chief Keef gets money from Glo Gang’s merchandise sales.

The group sells various pieces of clothing from pants, hats, hoodies, T-shirts and more online through its Glo Gang Worldwide store.

Chief Keef has also been involved in philanthropy. Even though these actions don’t contribute to his net worth, it is still worth mentioning that he has performed at a charity concert for his Stop the Violence Now Foundation.

The proceeds from his concert are used to support families and individuals who are affected by crime in the Chicago, Illinois area.


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House And Cars

Chief Keef is not shy when it comes to showcasing his accomplishments. He was very proud of his mansion purchase in Tarzana, California. Fans of Chief Keef can easily find tons of photos of his mansion on YouTube, and Instagram.

His fancy home has a Jacuzzi, swimming pool, gym, and lost of bedrooms. It is large enough to provide shelter for all 5 of his children.

Another area of pride Chief Keef likes to showcase is his car collection.
  • Ferrari 458 spider
  • Bentley Roadster
  • Bentley Mulsanne
  • Audi Q7
  • Lamborghini
  • BMW i8.


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Chief Keef is an American record producer and rapper. He has put out many mixtapes and a couple of albums. He has been quite successful in his music career thus far.

He is a young father, who wants more than anything to provide a great life for his children. He has risen above his minor legal drama and maintained a successful life.

Early Life

Chief Keef’s real name is Keith Farrelle Cozart was born in Chicago, Illinois on August 15, 1995. He 6 feet tall, and he is the son of Lolita Carter and Alfonso Cozart.

His father disappeared right after he was born. He had a step-brother Gissendanner who was shot and killed. Chief Keef grew up living with his mother and grandmother in Parkway Garden Homes. The residence is in the South Side of the city in Washington Park neighborhood.

He attended Dulles Elementary School. He also attended a therapeutic school called Banner. He dropped out of Dyett High School when he turned 15 years old.


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Personal life

Chief Keef started having children at the age of 16 years old. Today he has 5 kids with different women. His eldest daughter is named Kayden Kash Cozart, but information about her mother is unknown.

Chief Keef is paying child support for her. On November 2013, it was announced that Chief Keef had a new 10-month-old daughter. Her name is Kimora. His third child and first son arrived in September 2014. His name is Krue Karter Cozart.

A year later in August 2015, he had his second son, Sno Cozart. His youngest son is Zinc Clark, and he was born in 2017. He hasn’t married any of the mothers of his children.

At one point in 2013, Chief Keef was engaged to model Pretty Mesha, but they called off the relationship altogether. The break up happened around the same time his kids’ mothers started appearing demanding he pays child support.


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Chief Keef’s love for music dates back to when was 5 years old, playing around with his mom’s karaoke machine. He kept music in his heart and grew up entertaining his friends with music in high school.

Eventually, he chose to leave school and put 100% focus into his music. He later released the mixtape “The Glory Road” and “Bang”. This mixtape was well received by the music-loving locals.

His motivation to do music got a big boost when he got into some law trouble and was grounded at his grandma’s house. He got arrested and charged for firing a gun while he was at a local park.

YouTube became a great platform for him to release his music, and he put stuff out such as “I Don’t Like” and “Back from the dead”.


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These tracks, especially “I Don’t Like”, got the attention of rapper Kanye West. Kanye West made a remix of the song adding rappers, Jadakiss, Pusha T, and Big Sean. Keef’s gained a new level of popularity after that.

In 2012, Several record labels got in touch with him offering a chance for him to sign with them. He initially decided to go with Interscope. Under Interscope Chief Keef was able to establish his own label called Glory Boyz Entertainment also known as Glo Gang.

In 2014, Interscope decided to part ways with Chief Keef. It was stated that his project would still go on. In the meantime, Chief Keef decided to focus on his own label Glory Boyz Entertainment.

The first single released from his “Bang 3” album was “Fuck Rehab”. The song featured a Glo Gang artist and his cousin Mario. The video came out in March 2014.


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He wound up releasing mixtapes “Big Gucci Sosa” and “Back From the Dead 2”. In December of 2014 Chief Keef made an album with producer 12 million. That album was called “Nobody”.

He went on to make another mixtape. The next one had 20 tracks and was released on February 18, 2015. It was called “Sorry 4 the Weight”. The majority of the album was a solo effort, but it featured Benji Glo and Andy Milonakis.

The only hiccups in his career seem to be the little bit of law trouble he has encountered for firearm and drug possession. Otherwise, he is doing well with his albums “Finally Rich” released in 2012, “Bang 3, Part 1”, and “Bang 3, Part 2”.

“Bang 3, Part 2” which came out on August 15, 2013, got mixed reviews. The next mixtape he released “Almighty Sosa had the same results. Chief Keef’s album Finally Rich featured some hot artists including 50 Cent, Rick Ross, Young Jeezy, Lil Resse, and Wiz Khalifa.


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In May 2015 Chief Keef joined FilmOn Music, which is a branch of media genius Alki David. One year later in March 2016, Chief Keef made an announcement on Twitter that he was going to stop rapping and retire.

His recorded output had slowed, but he still had an appearance in MCK’s “Young Man”. He also dropped a mixtape in January 2017 called Two Zero One Seven with 17 tracks.

He put out four mixtapes, and one of them was called “Dedication” released on December 1, 2017.

At present, Chief Keef net worth reached $6,000,000.

Legal Drama

On January 27, 2011 rapper Chief Keef was arrested on charges of manufacturing and distribution of heroin. He had to serve his time on house arrest.

At the end of the year, December 2011, he fires gunshots in the neighborhood. Police came and picked him up for unlawful use. He had to stay at his grandmother’s home for a month, and then he had to serve another month of home confinement.

Chief’s Twitter account was hacked and caused him to be investigated for the shooting of a fellow rapper Joseph Coleman.

Chief Keef did two months in juvenile detention from January 17, 2013, to March 14, 2013. During his time in jail, he missed a performance in Washington, D.C., and he was sued in the amount of $75,000. The court later paid him $230,019.

Additionally, in 2013 he faced numerous arrests for smoking marijuana in public, speeding, and violating his probation.

Favorite Quotes from Chief Keef

“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.”

“I’m with the stop the violence campaign, that’s why I paintball now.”

“I’m starting my day off with a blunt of herb, looking myself up see how much I’m worth.”