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Ugly God Net Worth

Ugly God Net Worth
Net Worth$2,500,000
Real NameRoyce Rodriguez
A.K.A.Pussy Bacon
Date of Birth/AgeSeptember 19, 1996
23 y.o.
Source of wealthRapper, record producer, songwriter, internet personality
Country of originUSA
State/City of originIndiana
Last Updated2019

Net Worth

Ugly God net worth is 2.5 million dollars.

He is a young and extremely new artist. So far his fans are really enjoying his music, and he is expected to grow more and more for years to come.

How Much Ugly God Make a Year


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Ugly God makes about $8,300 each month, and his annual earnings is around $100,000.

How does Ugly God make his money?

Ugly God makes his money from his albums, collaborations, and singles. He has had a few videos that have gone viral, so with his increased viewership he has also earned ad revenue.

He has now gained the courage to expose his versatility with his music. This change has also been well received by his fans and will gain him even more fans over time. All of the additional fans will ultimately lead to an increased number of sales.


Ugly God is a young and popular Dominican-American record producer and rapper. Even though he is fairly new to the music game, his versatile, vulgar, and creative music has received a warm welcome to the industry.

He has already impressed some of the more seasoned rappers with his rhythmic songs. Let’s take a closer look at the rapper’s net worth, bio, personal life, and brand new music career.

Early Life


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Ugly God’s real name is Royce Rodriguez. He was born in Indiana on September 19, 1996. His family moved around quite a bit while he was growing up, so he has lived in places such as Mississippi, Texas, Ohio, and Louisiana.

He started attending the University of Southern Mississippi but he wound up dropping out. While he was in college he studied web development and engineering, before he decided to put his entire focus on his music career.

In an interview he mentioned that he has always had an interest in computer engineering, and when he attended college he somehow found a passion for music.

The initial stage name Royce Rodriguez chose was Pussy Bacon, which he used from grades 7 to 10. He eventually he changed his name to Ugly God because of his parents and other social reasons.

In 2014 he created a group called Little Dick Clique. They released a couple singles “Booty from a Distance” and “I Beat My Meat” on SoundCloud. His high school principal didn’t like the “I Beat My Meat” song so it was taken down.

The song was uploaded again but the school removed it again. This activity surrounding the song only boosted its popularity. He launched the song again while he was at the University of Southern Mississippi, and the song remained uploaded.

Personal life

Ugly God has a girlfriend named Edith R. She is seen a lot with him in their Instagram photos. He has yet to make a public comment about their relationship.


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In 2016 Ugly God dropped his single “Water” on SoundCloud. The song was a big success, went platinum, and boosted his fame and reputation. By the time he announced that the song went platinum he was already close to double platinum status.

The second single he released was “Asylum Records”. That track wound up hitting number 80 on Hot 100 Chart of Billboard. Ugly God signed with iMakonen’s Red Dragon label that same year.

He made the list of XXL magazine’s “2017 Freshmen Class”. Ugly God is also featured on the Carnage single “RARI” that came out this year.

At present, Ugly God net worth reached $2,500,000.

In 2017 Ugly God put out his first mixtape called “The Booty Tape”. The mixtape featured artists such as XXXTentacion, The Slump God, and Ski Mask. It reached number 27 on the Billboard 200.

He has quite a few entertaining tracks out there that have gained the attention of many. He says his goal as to express to his fans how he’s feeling. When he put out his new music he realized that was all fans needed was something new.

In 2018 Ugly God was featured on Lil Yachty’s song “Boom!” The song can be heard on Lil Yachty’s album “Lil Boat 2”. Ugly God has released his EP “Just a Lil Something Before the Album” before dropping his soon to be released debut album “Bumps & Bruises”.

Even though Ugly God has yet to receive any awards for his music, his fans refer to his music as motivating and inspiring.

Interesting Facts

Some of Ugly God’s popularity can be credited to him posting on social media in the age where teens are into fun, weird, and crazy things they find on the internet. Ugly God started out making videos of him picking up lizards and placing them on his nose. He says his videos went viral, and for quite a while he was gaining tons of followers for doing that. He says when those same followers realized he made music he gained a fan base for his music and it went viral also.

Ugly God appreciates his young listeners, and he wants to encourage kids to be themselves. He says the key is to communicate with kids on a level they understand, and he has quite the listening group ready to hear his message. He says he remembers being in their shoes.

Ugly God says he likes to present himself as a genuine person. He says it’s easier that way because you don’t have to worry about being exposed as something else.

Ugly God finds it relieving that he has been so successful at such a young age. He says at a time in your life when the pressure is coming on to really figure out what you’re going to do with yourself his music fell in his hands, and that took away tons of stress.

Ugly God is not getting content. He still has the goal of getting better and better. He appreciates all the fans he has and he wants to keep building. He keeps his sights on people that have made it really big and people love them, and that’s where he wants to be.

Favorite Quotes from Ugly God

“It’s not s*** children supposed to be listening to, but at the same time, I know who my audience is.”

“I just feel like I’m on the edge of permanently being taken as a joke and that would be the downfall of my career. There has been too many people that have come and gone and I refuse to be one of them.”

“While I can’t afford a mansion or a Lamborghini, I am blessed and financially stable enough to take care of myself, the few around me, and my family, and that’s what matters most to me.”