Gucci Mane Net Worth, Know About His Career, Early Life, Personal Life, Assets

Gucci Mane Net Worth, Know About His Career, Early Life, Personal Life, Assets

Facts of Gucci Mane Net Worth, Know About His Career, Early Life, Personal Life, Assets

Net worth$15 Million
Date of Birth:1980 February 12
First NameRadric Delantic
Last NameDavis
AkaGucci Mane
Age:44 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 6 Feet 2 Inch

An American rapper, Radric Delantic Davis who is known professionally as Gucci Mane has the net worth which is estimated to be $15 million. He helped pioneer the hip-hop subgenre tempt music with other Atlanta-based rappers T.I. furthermore, Young Jeezy.

What Is The Net Worth of Gucci Mane? Let's Know

Gucci Manne has the net worth of $15 million. His main source of income is from singing. He gets the salary around $5,882,353.

Income From His Albums

Trap House 5: $8.7 million

Brick Factory 3: $7.1 million

Mr. Clean, The Middle Man: $5.4 million

Views From Zone 6: $4.0 million

1017 Mafia: Incarcerated: $3.4 million

The Purple Album: $3.1 million.

In the year 2014, it has been estimated that he released over 12 projects and made over $1.3 million while still in prison.

There is no more information given about his income and houses.

Let's Have A Look At Gucci Mane's Cars Collection

Gucci Mane has bought a Black Ferrari 612 worth $250,000.

Gucci Mane has bought a Yellow Ferrari 458 Italia worth around $230,000.

Know About Gucci Mane’s Career

Gucci Mane’s first indie record was "Trap House" which was released in 2006 which included the track "So Icy" which he had sung with Young Jeezy. Trap House may not have arrived with the fanfare of other LP’s that time but the album went on to secure a position in the top 20 hits of Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop charts. "Trap House" went to the top of the Billboard Heatseekers Chart which was remarkably laudable for an indie album. 

His second album is "Hard to Kill" which was up for sale in 2006 that included “Freaky Gurl” which retained the 12th position on Hot Rap Tracks. His first commercial label was "Back to the Trap House" which was released in 2007 and included a remix of “Freaky Gurl”.In May 2009, he made a secured recording deal with Warner Bros. Records which helped him to feature as a guest singer on several tracks and song remixes including Maria Carey’s “Obsessed”. On December 8, 2009, Warner Bros Records released his second studio record "The State vs. Radric Davis".

After serving a jail sentence for violating probation, he announced a name change of his record label. His label which was originally known as "So Icey Entertainment" now came to be known as "1017 Brick Squad Records". He released his third studio record "The Appeal: Georgia’s Most Wanted" on 28 September 2010. In 2011, he released his 10th EP "The Return of Mr. Zone 6" which debuted at number 18 on Billboard 200 and till date it has remained his topmost charting album. His album "The Return of Mr. Zone 6" retained the 2nd and 8th position on Rap and R&B/Hip-Hop Albums charts.

In 2011, Gucci Mane recorded and released albums like "Ferrari Boyz" and "BAYTL" by collaborating with Waka Flocka Flame and V-Nasty. In 2012, he released a mixed tape "Trap Back" featuring rap bands and rappers including Future, 2 Chainz, Jadakiss, Waka Flocka Flame, Rocko and Yo Gotti. In 2012, he also came up with the mixed tapes like "I’m Up" and "Trap God". He collaborated with prominent rappers like Birdman, Meek Mill, Future, Rick Ross, and Waka Flocka Flame to release "Trap God".

Gucci Mane has also made his appearance on the big screen in numerous movies like "Birds of a Feather", "Spring Breakers", and "Gucci Mane-The Lost Footage".

How Did Gucci Mane Spend His Childhood? Let's Know

Gucci Mane was born on February 12, 1980, in Bessemer, Alabama as Radric Delantic Davis. His father's name is Ralph Everett Dudley who is former U.S serviceman and power plant worker and his mother's name is Vicky Jean Davis who is a social worker and teacher.

His first school was Jonesboro Elementary where he attended kindergarten and the first several grades of elementary school. His mother eventually moved Davis and Victor to East Atlanta where he began to attend Cedar Grove Elementary School. He was generally good in school and considered himself athletic but he didn't take part in any extracurricular activities involving sports.

Know About Gucci Mane’s Personal Life

Gucci Mane married Keyshia Ka’oir on October 17, 2017. He proposed to Ka'oir after performing at a basketball game for the Atlanta Hawks. He disclosed in his autobiography in September 2017 that he has a ten-year-old son. 

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