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Future Net Worth

Net Worth$30,000,000
Full NameNayvadius DeMun Wilburn
A.K.AMeathead, Nayvadius Cash, Future Hendrix,The Wizrd, Caeser Lee, Super Future, Fire Marshall Future
Date of Birth/AgeNovember 20, 1983 (age 35)
Source of wealthRapper, Singer, Songwriter, Record Producer
Country of originU.S
State/City of originAtlanta, Georgia
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Future net worth is 30 million dollars.

How Much Future Make a Year

Future’s annual salary has grown a lot over the years and is hard to break down. He gets more than 1 billion streams from Spotify and Apple Music each year.

Just recently, streaming sales grossed him $23 million in a single year. In 2016, he made $17 which was a combination of sales, streaming, publishing, touring and various other works.


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How does Future make his money?

Future makes his fortune through his mixtapes, albums, and singles sales, touring, endorsements, songwriting, and real estate investments. Some of the companies he has an endorsement deal with are Reebok, Nike, Rolex, and AppMoji.

Future reportedly makes about $150,000 per 45-minute performance. When he’s on tour he gets royalties from his performance, mechanical royalties, as well as tour merchandise. When he is featured on a song he gets paid an estimated $40,000 per song.


Future is an American rapper, record producer, and songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. He has gained lots of love from fans with his catchy lyrics and rhythmic beats.

Ever since he entered the rap game he has had a solid following and an attractive talent that made many other artists willing and desiring to work with him. Let’s take a closer look at this rap artist’s net worth, bio, personal life, and career history.

Early life

Rapper Future’s real name is Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn. The 6ft 2in rapper was born on November 20, 1983, in Atlanta, Georgia. He was mostly raised by a family of street hustlers. His mother was a 911 call operator and brought him up as a single mother.

As a teenager, he attended Columbia High School, but he dropped out in his senior year. He then turned to the streets getting involved in drug deals. His mother disapproved of his new life, and he wound up moving out on his own.

He was a group member of the musical group called “The Dungeon Family”. That’s where he got his stage name “Future”. It was his record producer cousin Rico Wade who pushed him to get into the world of rap music.

Personal life

If we look back at Future’s relationships we will see that he has been romantically involved with several women. During 2013-2015 he was engaged to singer “Ciara” but they didn’t last. They have a son together named Future Zahir Wilburn who was born on May 19, 2014.


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Additionally, Future has four more children from three different women. He and Jessica Smith had a son together. He had a daughter Londyn with India J, and he had a son named Prince with Brittni Mealy.

He had his fifth child, a son named Hendrix on Christmas 2018. Women in his past include Joie Chavis, Larsa Pippen, and Blac Chyna.


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Since the beginning of 2010 to 2011, rapper Future put out a series of mixtapes called “1000, Dirty Sprite” and “True Story”. By September 2011 Future had a record deal with Epic Records.

Once he got the deal with A1 Recordings, he released an additional mixtape “Streetz Calling”. Before long, Future joined rapped Gucci Mane and they released the album “Free Bricks”. He also co-wrote for the YC single “Racks”.

In April 2012 Future put out his debut studio album “Pluto”. He also released five singles “Same Damn Time”, “Go Harder”, “Magic”, “Tony Montana”, and “Turn on the Lights”. Some of the artists featured on the album include T.I., Snoop Dogg, Trae tha Truth, and Drake.

Critics were happy with the album and it hit No.2 on the Billboard 200. In April 2017 the album “Pluto” was certified Gold by RIAA and sold more than 500,000 copies in the US.


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Future produced, wrote and was featured on Rihanna’s seventh album “Unapologetic”. Later that same year Future put out a compilation mixtape “F.B.G.: The Movie” which was a big hit. It was certified platinum with more than 250,000 downloads from mixtape site DatPiff.

In 2014 Future dropped his second studio album “Honest”. This album reached No.2 on the Billboard 200 and sold 500,000 copies in the US.

There were five singles released from this album including “Honest”, “Karate Chop”, “Shit”, “Move That Dope”, and “I Won”. There was also the promotional single, “Real and True”.

At present, Future net worth reached $30,000,000.

During the years of 2014 and 2015 Future put out three mixtapes “Monster”, “Beast Mode”, and “56 Nights” all produced by Metro Boomin. In the middle of 2015 Future put out his third successful album DS2, which hit the top spot on the Billboard 200 and Billboard Hot Rap Songs.

In 2016 he released his fourth studio album “EVOL” and two singles “Low Life” and “Wicked”. The critics enjoyed the album and it reached the number 1 spot on the Billboard 200 an Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums.

In no time Future was the fastest rapper to get three No. one albums on the US Billboard 200. In February 2017 his fifth studio album “Future” peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and had 902,000 album-equivalent copies.

It was the highest selling of all his albums and was certified platinum by RIAA. He released his sixth album HNDRXX which debuted at No.2 on the Billboard 200 and Canadian Albums Chart.


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Favorite Quotes from Future

“My hard work finally catching up with perfect timing.”
“Everybody just needs a second chance.”
“I know I haven’t always done things the right way. I’m just trying to reflect on how to make myself better, how to become a better man, a better father, a better person, a better artist.”
“Don’t ask for a million dollars. Ask for the stuff that’ll get you a million dollars- your health, your brain, your sanity, wisdom. Prepare me for when I do get that million. Make sure I don’t go crazy, make sure I help my family.”

Tips for success from Future

  1. Set high standards and don’t get complacent
  2. Make your own definition of success
  3. Disassociate yourself with negativity
  4. You have to think outside the box in order to get out
  5. Stay driven by your hustle and consistently grind
  6. Do what you love
  7. Learn how to use your gifts
  8. Reinvent yourself to stay relevant