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Lil Uzi Vert Net Worth

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Net Worth$17,000,000
Full NameSymere Woods
Date of Birth/AgeJuly 31, 1994 (age 24)
Source of wealthRapper, Singer,
Country of originU.S
State/City of originPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Lil Uzi Vert’s net worth is 17 million dollars. Though he’s only been in the music industry a few years, he’s made quite a bit of money in just that short time.

How Much Lil Uzi Vert Make a Year

In just one year, between 2017 and 2018 it is rumored that Lil Uzi Vert made more than $15 million dollars.

How does Lil Uzi Vert make his money?

Lil Uzi Vert makes the majority of his money from his rap career. He’s had a lot of number one songs and has been featured in a large number of tracks for other artists. He also makes a ton of money from his streaming views. His videos and songs have been streamed online more than a billion times!


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Lil Uzi Vert is a rapper, singer and songwriter who is known for his quirky behavior, trademark face tattoos and his ties to alternative music.

He wasn’t interested in school but knew that he wanted to be a success, so he worked hard and met the right people who recognized his talent. They helped push him into fame. Though he is now retired, Lil Uzi is one of the most well-respected new artists in hip-hop.

Early Life

Lil Uzi Vert is the stage name of rapper Symere Woods, who was born on July 31, 1994. He was born in a North Philadelphia neighborhood called Francisville.

When he was growing up, Lil Uzi’s life was filled with music and it was a big part of his life. Not only did he like listening to popular rappers like the Ying Yang Twins and Mike Jones, but he also loved Meek Mill and Wiz Khalifa.


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More surprisingly, Lil Uzi loved listening to alternative artists like Paramore, Marilyn Manson and bands like My Chemical Romance and the All-American Rejects when he was a young teenager.

He started rapping in 10th grade and along with some friends started a group called Steaktown. He dropped out of school and worked at a dollar store but quit after just four days. His mother subsequently kicked him out of the house and that’s when his rap career began.


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Personal life

Lil Uzi Vert is known for his many tattoos, including those on his face. He got his first tattoo when he was just a teenager. It is just under his hairline and says “Faith.”

His face tattoos and piercings are his trademark and have a lot of meaning because they signaled to everyone that he was not choosing a traditional career.

Lil Uzi dated Brittany Byrd from 2014 to 2017. She is a fashion designer who attended Parsons School of Design while she dated him.


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Brittany is the inspiration behind a number of the rapper’s songs. Sadly, their relationship ended in June of 2017.

After the death of his friend Lil Peep, Lil Uzi tried sobriety, abstaining from drugs and alcohol.

He is also rumored to be a Satanist and often posts things of that nature on his Instagram page.


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Lil Uzi Vert’s career started in 2010 when he was working with his own group called Steaktown. It was around this time that his nickname was created. Uzi is a reference to the machine-gun style of his rap beats. Vert is short for vertical, a reference to his climbing success.

His first EP was released in 2014, called “Purple Thoughtz: Vol 1.” This production helped him catch the attention of some big names in the music industry. It helped get his first mixtape, “The Real Uzi” released in August of 2015. At this time, he inked a deal with Atlantic Records.


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He was featured on a number of rappers’ singles and also released two more mixtapes. One of those mixtapes spent weeks on the Billboard 200 album chart. His single, “Money Longer” went platinum twice!

In July 2016, Lil Uzi released his fourth mixtape called “The Perfect Luv Tape” and he joined singer, The Weekend, on his world tour.

In October 2016, he joined forces with Migos to release the single “Bad and Boujuee” which hit number one on the Billboard charts. In August of 2017, Lil Uzi finally released his album “Luv is Rage 2,” which had been delayed for months.

While the first single from Lil Uzi’s next album was released in 2018, the album was never released, and he now claims to be retired from the industry.


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Interesting Facts

  • Lil Uzi is known as a Satanist. He calls Marilyn Manson, a known Satan worshipper, one of his biggest inspirations and in July 2018 told some of his fans that they’d be going to Hell with him.
  • In December of 2018, Lil Uzi said he’d be releasing a new album called “Eternal Atake.” However, just one month later he posted a video to Instagram claiming that he was retiring, before “Eternal Atake” ever was released. Fans think this is a cry for attention.
  • In December of 2016, Lil Uzi was arrested in Georgia for driving a dirt bike without lights or a helmet.


  • He doesn’t see himself as just a rapper and says that his music is heavily influenced by alternatives artists like Marilyn Manson and Hayley Williams (of Paramore).
  • Lil Uzi quickly rose to fame. He partnered with many major hip-hop artists like Migos, Kanye West and Travis Scott and was featured on many of their songs.
  • He hated school and always desired a career in the music industry. While grappling with his fame, Lil Uzi has taken “breaks” from the industry and even from doing drugs and alcohol.
  • His last mixtape gained extreme popularity because of its “nerdy” feel and sound.
  • Lil Uzi retired from the music industry in 2019, according to posts on his Instagram page.

Favorite Quotes from Lil Uzi Vert

“If you’re you, it doesn’t matter if you’re the most boring person in the world: someone will like you. You’re not trying to be anyone else.”

“There are always people who are into the old way of doing things. I don’t think it’s a bad thing necessarily, but things change – nothing stays the same. If you can stay true to yourself, you’re always going to be legendary.”

“Don’t get me wrong: school is good and all, but school is way too slow for me. Like, super slow. So, I didn’t want to go. I wanted to learn on my own with real-life experiences.”

Tips for success from Lil Uzi Vert

Always be yourself. There’s no point in trying to be someone else or even to be like someone else. Everyone has something special inside of them. Celebrate yours instead of trying to hide it.

Dress for the part you want to play. I want to be a famous rapper, so I dress like one. If you want to be a teacher, or a CEO, or whatever you wish, own it by dressing like you already have the job.

Stop thinking and start doing. Sometimes we overthink when we’re trying to climb the ladder of success. Just go out and do it. Once you’re moving, you’re going to start moving in the right direction.

Define your own success, don’t let others tell you what success looks like. If you’re a singer, maybe winning a Grammy isn’t your top goal. Maybe it’s just to sell an album. This applies to everyone, no matter what it is you want to be successful doing.