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Juice WRLD Net Worth

Juice WRLD Net Worth 2019
Net Worth$5,000,000
Full NameJarad Higgins
Date of Birth/AgeDecember 2, 1998 (age 20)
Source of wealthRapper, Singer, Songwriter
Height5’7’’
Country of originU.S
State/City of originChicago, Illinois
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Juice WRLD net worth is $5 million dollars.

How Much Juice WRLD Make a Year?

There isn’t enough information published at this time to estimate Juice Wrld’s annual salary.

How does Juice WRLD make his money?

Juice Wrld makes his money through music sales, shows, features, his Interscope contract (reportedly worth over $3 million), as well as his merchandise. His merchandise includes hoodies and hats.

 

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Introduction

Juice Wrld is one of the youngest American rappers, singers, and songwriters who have found success in the industry. He is most popular for his hits “Legends”, All Girls Are The Same” and “Lucid Dreams”.

Critics have given his music the description of “genre-bending”. Let’s take a closer look at his net worth, personal life, bio, and career history.

Early Life

Juice Wrld’s real name is Jarad Higgins. He was born on December 2, 1998, in Chicago, Illinois. He is African-American and at the age of 3, the 5ft 7 rapper’s parents got a divorce.

They were very conservative and religious and did not allow him to listen to hip-hop during his childhood. After the two splits, Juice’s mom continued raising him and his older brother.

Juice moved around a lot during his childhood, and it wasn’t until he got in high school that he became really stable.

Juice went to Homewood-Flossmoor High School and started drinking when he was very young. He also used drugs really heavy during his teenage and childhood years.

Although he didn’t get serious about his music until his sophomore year, he had already learned the guitar, piano, and drums at a younger age. Juice also wound up playing the trumpet in his high school band.

 

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Personal life

Juice Wlrd currently lives in Los Angeles, California. Juice has dated Ally Lotti who he has been showing on his Instagram.

He doesn’t have any kids yet and he is not yet married. Currently, he has a girlfriend named Alexa who lives in Los Angeles.

He enjoys who he is with now. He enjoys the company of a person that he can be comfortable around.

Juice Wrld currently has a home in LA. He likes LA and feels that there’s so much more to do out there than in his home town.

He hasn’t splurged on any vehicles as of yet, but his most expensive purchase to date was his watch. He owns an Audemars Piguet valued at $250K.

The first things Juice Wrld spent money on when he got his record contract was clothes. He says he only went shopping a couple of times. He says he wants the Rolls Royce truck.

 

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Career

Juice Wrld began developing his artistic talent during his first year in high school. In 2015 he put out his first track “Forever” on SoundCloud and it was a huge hit. He later changed his name from JuicetheKidd to Juice Wrld because to him it means taking over the world.

Producer Nick Mira produced his first track. As he was dropping songs and projects on SoundCloud he started working in a factory. He wound up getting fired after two weeks of being dissatisfied with the job.

On June 2017 Juice Wrld’s debut album came out. His biggest hit was “Lucid Dreams”. In December 2017 he released a 3-song EP called “Nothings Different”.

This EP got featured on various hip-hop blogs including Lyrical Lemonade. A couple of months later he had a music video out that was directed by Cole Bennett. Later on, Juice Wrld got signed by Interscope Records for $3 million dollars.

In May 2018 “Lucid Dreams” was put out as a single and also had a video. His first studio album “Goodbye & Good Riddance on May 23, 2018. The song “Legends” from EP reached number 65 on the charts.

Juice Wrld got a feature on Travis Scott’s “Astroworld”. He was on the song “No Bystanders” which reached number 21 on Billboard Hot 100. August 8, 2018, marked His first late-night television debut performance was on Jimmy Kimmel Live! where he performed “Lucid Dreams”.

Interesting Facts

  • Chief Keef is Juice Wrld’s biggest influence. Other influencers include Kid Cudi, Travis Scott, and Lil Durk
  • Juice Wrld says he wrote “Lucid Dreams” in 15 minutes
  • Kanye West’s 808s and Heartbreaks is one of his favorite albums
  • Juice Wrld says listening to certain rap songs influenced him to try new substances
  • Juice Wrld’s music is often compared to Travis Scott and Post Malone
  • Juice Wrld has over 875K followers on SoundCloud and over 550 million spins
  • On Spotify, Juice Wrld has over 23 million listeners
  • On YouYube Juice Wrld has over 2.3 million subscribers and over 580 million views
  • Fans can find Juice Wrld on Instagram at juicewrld999 and Twitter at juiceworlddd
  • Juice Wrld played both weekends at the 2019 Coachella Festival next month
  • Juice Wlrd’s rookie tour numbers are quite impressive. His headline tour brought in $108,250 on just 3,000 tickets. On an average he has grossed over $50,000 per venue. He made $94,000 gross at The Novo in Los Angeles, selling 2,340 tickets. At Salt Lake City’s Rockwell he grossed $86,518 with 2,700 tickets sold.

 

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Highlights

Here are some of the best songs that Juice Wrld has created during his music career:

  • Lucid Dreams (single 2018)
  • Legends(Single 2018)
  • I’m still going (2018)
  • Goodbye & Good Riddance (Album 2018)
  • Candles (Song 2018)
  • Bury Me Alive(2018, EP)
  • MTV Video Music Awards (Song of Summer, 2018)

 

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Favorite Quotes from Juice WRLD

“I remember pill popping wasn’t cool, now everybody wants some PCP, like what the fuck? That was just me, being a victim of what’s going on. But I was one of the people that were doing it when it wasn’t cool. So it’s not even awesome hoping on any type of wave, it was really a scapegoat.”

“It’s to the point where I love and I hate you” – that’s tone of the craziest things, I feel like a lot more people go through it than people think. ‘Cause I mean, you could be attached to somebody that’s no good, and you can’t help your feeling at the end of the day.”

“A lot of men make fun of you for expressing your feelings, because they don’t get it. They can’t wrap their heads around the concept of being completely honest and forthright.”

 

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Tips for Success from Juice WRLD

  1. Juice world says that people should stay away from drugs. He says they “can ruin your whole life”. He also mentions that if you don’t die from drug use you can get caught in a trance. Juice says most rappers only talk about the high and the great feeling, but he sheds light on the positive feeling and negative side effects drugs can have.