Juice Wrld Net Worth


Juice Wrld Net Worth
Net Worth: $4 Million
Salary: $1 Million Per Year
Real Name: Jarad Anthony Higgins
Date of Birth: 2nd December 1998
Died: 8th December 2019
Cause of Death: Seizure
Age: 21 years old
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 7 in (1.7 m)
Profession: Rapper
Nationality: American
Updated: 23rd September 2022
Juice Wrld Net Worth:
$4 Million

Juice Wrld's Salary

$1 Million Per Year

When he died in 2019, Juice Wrld’s net worth was $4 million, mostly earned from his rap hits such as All Girls Are The Same and Lucid Dreams. On December 8, 2019, Juice suffered a seizure at age 21. Having just hit his stride as an American rapper and hip-hop artist, he seemed destined for a promising career as an entertainer. In early 2018, he signed a $3 million record deal with Interscope Records and quickly gained attention on SoundCloud and other platforms.

Aftermath of Juice Wrld passing

As an illustration of his burgeoning popularity, Juice Wrld’s estate earned approximately $12 million in the first year after his passing. Juice Wrld’s money was generated from royalties on his music, merchandising, and several other business concerns that also earned profits. During that same time frame, Kobe Bryant’s estate earned $25 million as a point of comparison. It’s safe to assume that had he lived longer, Juice would have earned much more than the few million dollars he ended with.

Juice Wrld’s early life

Born Jarad Anthony Higgins in 1998 in Chicago, Illinois. When he was just a toddler, his father and mother divorced, and his father left the family. That left the upbringing for early life Jarad Higgins to his mother, and she did so with a strict regimen that did not allow Jarad to listen to rap or hip-hop music. Most of the music he was exposed to at the time came from sources such as video games, and there he heard Blink-182, Fallout Boy, Billy Idol, and Black Sabbath. Always very musically inclined, at a young age he learned to play guitar, trumpet, piano, and drums.

Substance abuse

All throughout his early years, including adolescence, Jarad was a heavy drug user. In the sixth grade, he began drinking hydrocodone cough syrup which he mixed with his favorite soda. At roughly the same time, he began abusing Percocet, Xanax, and cigarettes. While still in high school, he began creating his own music using his iPhone and uploaded it to SoundCloud, the online music platform. It was obvious to all his friends that he had considerable music talent, and they encouraged him to try it as a career. This got him listening to more rap and recording his own.

Beginnings of Juice Wrld’s career

Juice attended Homewood Flossmoor High, and as a high school sophomore, Juice wrote then recorded his first original work called Forever and made it available on SoundCloud. His artist’s name at that time was ‘JuicetheKid,’ which he took on due to his admiration for Tupac, who had just starred in the film, Juice. After he became considerably better established, he changed his stage name to Juice Wrld to symbolize his taking over the world with his music. He was already gaining a strong following on SoundCloud and had become well-known in hip-hop circles for his distinctive style when he was discovered by a record label.

More success for Juice Wrld

He signed a contract with Internet Money Records, which is a label focusing on promising talent that achieves popularity on social media platforms. By the summer of 2017, Juice Wrld released his first full-length album, entitled 9, 9, 9, which included his smash hit Lucid Dreams. When this debut album came out, he immediately got the attention of fellow rappers Lil Bibby and Waka Flocka Flame. He was persuaded to sign a record deal with a studio co-owned by Lil Bibby and later released an EP containing the mega-hit All Girls Are The Same.

A Rising Star

In early 2018, Juice had gained the full attention of the rap and hip-hop communities and was in demand enough that Interscope Records decided to sign him for $3 million. In May of that year, he made and released a video for the song Lucid Dreams and released it as a single record. The single soared all the way up to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, catapulting Juice into the rarefied atmosphere of stardom. He followed it up with his debut studio album entitled Goodbye and Good Riddance soon afterward.

Enormous reception for the First album

The release of his first album caused a sensation among his fans and the rap/hip-hop community at large. It ended up having no fewer than five smash hit singles and rose as high as #17 on the Billboard charts. By the summer of 2018, he had collaborated with Lil Uzi Vert on a single called Wasted, and, riding another wave of success, announced tour dates for his Wrld Domination tour.

Second Album, Second Success

Having established himself firmly as a force to be reckoned with, Juice released his second studio album, Death Race for Love, in 2019, and it immediately debuted at the #1 spot on the Billboard charts. Two songs from the album would become hits, and he worked on five other collaborations with other artists that year. Following the release of this second album, he was asked to go on tour with Nicki Minaj on her Nicki Wrld Tour. The last single he worked on while he was living was another collaborative effort with NBA Youngboy Bandit, which got as high as #10 on the charts.

Death of Juice Wrld

The manner of his death was almost as public as his meteoric rise to fame. Juice was in Chicago’s Midway International Airport when he was alerted to the fact that police were waiting for him because they had been tipped off that he was in possession of drugs. While police searched his baggage and the airplane, Juice was seen downing several pills thought to be Percocet. He collapsed and began convulsing in the airport, at which point authorities tried to revive him with Narcan. He briefly regained consciousness and was quickly delivered to Advocate Christ Medical Center, but then lost his battle with drugs and was pronounced dead about an hour later. Thus was a very brief but promising musical career cut short.

Juice Wrld FAQs

What is Juice Wrld Net Worth?

Juice Wrld net worth is currently $4 million USD.

How much money does Juice Wrld earn?

Juice Wrld earns $1 million per year from various sources.

How tall is Juice Wrld?

Juice Wrld is 5 ft 7 in (1.7 m)

How old was Juice Wrld?

Juice Wrld was 21 years old at the time of their death.

When is Juice Wrld birthday?

Juice Wrld birthday is on 2nd December.