Lately, there has a been a new trend as if one is talented, then with some luck, it’s much more easy to be famous. In the age of the fast internet when sites like Youtube, Instagram, Twitter and other can easily connect fans, new artists have seen an exponential growth in their fan base and outreach. Well, the most famous examples would be singers like Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, and G eazy, while other artists like Lil Yachty have also found their new fame. Apart from that, Yachty has also amassed his own little fortune and thus his net worth as of now is $ 1 million.
Lil Yachty’s net worth – Income – Endorsements
As of 2017, it has been reported that Lil Yatchy has a net worth $ 1 million. Though it’s just the start of his career so his fortune may not have grown substantially. However, if his upcoming projects go well with the targeted audience, and his style “bubblegum trap”, sustain fan’s interest, then Yachty would see a major boost in his overall net worth.
In 2016, the rapper could make over $ 200k while this year, it’s estimated that he would make somewhere near $ 250k. On average Lil Yachty charges $3500 per verse. However, it’s likely to increase in the coming months.
Lately, Yatchy also made a decent income via endorsements. He is now the new face of Urban Outfitters and Nautica collections. He had also appeared along with Lebron James in a Sprite commercial. It was a guest appearance but it does suggest his growing popularity.
Career Growth – Legal issues – Arrest
Born in Mableton, Georgia, Yachty first gained recognition in August 2015. It was after the release of singles “Minnesota” and “One Night”, that he came to prominence. Later in March 2016, he released his debut mixtape Lil Boat. The same year, one of his song “Broccoli” peaked at number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100, also bringing him to the limelight.
His second mix tape “Summer Songs 2” was released in July 2016.
Apart from his musical venture, the rapper was also in the news in late 2015 due to the illegal transaction. As he was arrested at a mall in Palm Beach Gardens along with one other man for using fraudulent credit cards.He was released after posting $11,000 bail.