Freddie Gibbs' net worth is a frequently discussed topic as of late, and for good reason. The rapper has come a very long way since his early days, and his personal wealth has only gone up since. Thanks to a culmination of thoughtful strategy and execution, he's run up quite an impressive amount of money. It's said that he's worth $3 million dollars, and today we'll be diving into how he came into this wealth.
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When it comes to discussing a recording artist's net worth, there are a few things to take into consideration: label deals, touring, brand deals, and other business ventures. There are plenty of other ways in which artists can make money, but we don't have the luxury of being privy to these details, so we'll keep it to what we can speak certainly of.
Freddie Gibbs has had multiple label deals, initially signing with Interscope Records in the early 2000's, right around the same time he started his career. His next signing would be CTE World, Young Jeezy's label, right after his appearance on XXL's 2010 Freshman list. After leaving Jeezy's label at the end of 2012, Freddie Gibbs went on to release his next album under his own label. He then went on a tear for the 2010's, creating some of his best music to date, which he'd then leverage for an even bigger label deal with RCA Records. After leaving RCA, he signed his biggest deal yet with Warner Records and has been a client there ever since.
Beyond the label deals, Freddie Gibbs' music has scored him quite a lot of money. His music has appeared in TV, movies, and even video games. Remember when his song "Still Livin" was included in GTA V? That's just one example of his music hitting new heights, but one can imagine just how lucrative that is. Additionally, Freddie Gibbs was nominated for a Grammy in 2021 for his album with the esteemed producer, The Alchemist, which was called Alfredo. He's dropped 9 studio albums to date, 5 of which have been solo albums (ESGN, Shadow of a Doubt, You Only Live 2wice, Freddie, $oul $old $eparately), and 4 collaborative albums (Piñata with Madlib, Fetti with Curren$y and The Alchemist, Bandana with Madlib, and Alfredo with The Alchemist).