Schoolboy Q’s net worth
Facts of Schoolboy Q’s net worth
|Net worth||$2 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1986 October 26|
|First Name||Quincy Matthew|
|Aka||Schoolboy Q, Quincy|
|Age:||33 years old|
Schoolboy Q's net worth: $2 Million
Schoolboy Q (Quincy Matthew Hanley) is an American hip hop recording artist with an estimated net worth of $2 Million. He is best remembered for his famous albums such as Setbacks, Habits & Contradictions, Oxymoron, and Blank Face LP. Schoolboy generated the net worth over the years via music album sales, digital downloads, numerous concerts and trivial endorsements.
The artist may only have estimated net worth of $2 million, but his yearly income/salary is estimated to be $900,000. He came to prominence after his 2014 major-label debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200. In 2016, he released his second major-label album titled Blank Face LP, which also made a high-ranking on the Billboard list. The album debuted at number 2 on the US Billboard 200. It was the highest-selling album in its debut week. Inspired by Jay-Z's rare flow and 50 cents aggressive rapping style, School Boy Q is known for his distinct and unorthodox 'rhyme style.' Schoolboy is also thankful to Nas, The Notorious Big, Kurupt, 2Pac, and Sean 'Diddy' Combs. He often cites these popular personas as his influences. Currently, he is busy making music, hosting concerts, and attending television and award shows. In 2016, he also performed on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert.'
Quincy Matthew Hanley, also known as Schoolboy Q, was born on October 26, 1996, in Germany. His parents went through a divorce before his birth. His mother then moved to the United States. Quincy got addicted to crack in his teenage years. He was an active member of a gang as well. The gang was none other than the infamous gang called 'the 52 Hoover Gangster Crips.' He had even managed to get good grades in his junior years while selling drugs at the same time. The senior member of his gangs had thus nicknamed him 'Schoolboy,' as he was a schoolboy who sold drugs. However, He wasn't the same student in his senior year. Schoolboy corrupted an industrious security guard to alter his transcripts and got graduated from high school. Later, he went on to attend four different colleges, but he never graduated. He was even selected to play American Football at West Los Angeles College. He was a good football player since his early days. But he neither played football nor attended the classes at the university: he just sold drugs, participated in gangbangs, and fulfilled his crack appetite.
In 2007, he got finally arrested for an undisclosed crime. He had managed to avoid the police, but the fate was against him this time. He then spent 3 months in jail and the 3 months in house arrest. Upon completing the 6months of jail time, Quincy decided to do something with his life. However, he was struggling to balance his finances, and his girlfriend also got pregnant. In 2008, he released his first mixtape named 'Schoolboy Turned Hustla,' collaborating with G.E.D. Inc, which was the same imprint that had helped Tyga launch his career. He got into rap hearing 50 Cent's advice for the people leaving jail. 50 cent had advised such people to get into rap to express their pain. Quincy had only a few verses under his belt, but he ultimately made it.
Hanley's musical career began at the age of 21 after he signed a contract with Top Dawg Entertainment (TDE) in 2006. Quincy worked with Black Hippy cohorts Jay Rock and Ab-Soul at TDE's studio for the first time. He managed to impress the label and signed the contract. He had been associated with TDE since 2006, but he only signed a recording contract with it on July 29, 2009. Matthew gained name fame when he came up with big solo independent album Setbacks on January 11, 2011. The critically acclaimed album reached number 100 on the US Billboard 200 chart in its first week. The rapper reportedly made $800,000 from the first album. He could have earned more from Setbacks, but he set the album free on iTunes within the few weeks from its release. The second album Habits & Contradictions was also a success. The album eventually made $525,000. The year 2012 was a big year for the artist. In 2012, he released his third album Oxymoron and single Collard Greens. The album total earning was estimated to be $414,000. In addition to that, the single “Collard Greens” solely collected the hefty sum of $590,000.
The rapper has a daughter named Joyce (Joy) Hanley, who was born in the year 2010. Joyce, who is very dear to his father, can see her name in several of his songs including Phenomenon, Nightmare on Figg St, There He Go, and Break the Bank. Likewise, she also appeared on the cover page of his father first debut album Oxymoron.
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