Future (Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn): His great fortune 2021
How rich is future?
Future, real name Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn, placed six albums in a row at the top of the American charts, and he has already sold well over 100 million records. He also won a Grammy in 2019. So it can be said without a doubt that he is currently one of the most successful rappers of all. This is also evidenced by his participation in one of the most profitable hip-hop tours of all time. The cherished Future’s assets are 35 million euros.
Future’s net worth and earningsIn the course of his career to date, Future has sold over 110 million records. These sales proceeds are largely responsible for his current fortune. He also generates considerable income from streaming his songs, especially on Spotify. His music videos are also hugely successful on YouTube, which brings him additional advertising revenue. Together with Drake, Future completed the Summer Sixteen Tour with 54 dates in North America from July to October 2016. the Total revenues from the tour amounted to around 70 million euros – more than any other rap tour before – of which Future received a not inconsiderable share. In 2017 and 2019 he also went on other tours. With these many sources of income, Future continues to grow its wealth.
Own label Freebandz
Since 2011, Future has been running the Freebandz label under the umbrella of Epic Records, under which all of his albums have been released. In which Label are under contract with almost 20 artists, and Future will therefore also share in their incomet is and thus his wealth continues to grow. In addition, the rapper regularly collaborates with Reebok and is heavily rewarded for these advertising deals. Among other things, the company launched a collection of clothing and shoes in 2017 that Future had previously presented at concerts.
Great success as a rapper
Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn aka Future was encouraged to become a rapper by his cousin Rico Wade. Then the rapper Rocko signed him to his A1 Recordings label. In 2010 and 2011, Wilburn released several mixtapes and recorded the album with Gucci Mane Free bricks on. In September 2011 he signed a contract with Epic Records and founded his own label Freebandz. That finally followed two more mixtapes in April 2012 Debut album Pluto. It contained collaborations with Snoop Dogg, Drake, TI and R. Kelly and reached number 8 on the US charts. In November 2012 the album was titled Pluto 3D Released again, but with three new songs and two remixes.
Six number 1 albums in a rowFuture’s second long-playing record was called Honest, came out in April 2014 and landed at number 2 on the American charts. It is the rapper’s last album to date that did not reach the top of the sales list. All six LPs Wilburn released from 2015-2020 became number 1 in his home country. Four of them, viz DS2 (2015), Evol (2016), Future (2017) and High Off Life (2020) were for their remarkable sales of platinum recordst – DS2 even with a double. Two future singles also made it into the top 10 of the charts in several countries. Mask off ranked 2nd in France and 5th in the United States in May 2017.
Yet became more successful Life is good, a collaboration with Drake. It rose to number 2 in the US charts in January 2020, to number 3 in Canada and Great Britain and to eighth place in Germany. In total, the single sold more than ten million times, and the accompanying music video was viewed over 1.5 billion times on YouTube.
One Grammy, three other nominations
Future has received several awards for its musical achievements. So he, Kendrick Lamar, Jay Rock, and James Blake took one in 2019 Grammy for Best Rap Performance for the song King’s Dead opposite. The same song was also nominated for Best Rap Song. For his collaboration on Drake’s album Views Future was nominated for a Grammy in 2017 in the Album of the Year category, and Future and Drake were entitled to the music video in 2021 Life is good on the nomination list for the most important music award in the USA.
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