As of 2021, Drake has a net worth that is estimated to be roughly $180 million; making him one of the wealthiest rappers on the planet, and he is currently signed under Lil Wayne’s company, Young Money Entertainment.
Aubrey “Drake” Graham is a Canadian born American rapper, singer, songwriter, and actor from Toronto. He initially attained recognition when he starred in the teen drama series, Degrassi: The Next Generation, and pursued his rapping career from there.
Lil Wayne and Drake had collaborated on numerous award winning songs, and Drake had also joined on one of Lil Wayne’s tours. Drake signed a record contract with Young Money Entertainment, and in 2010, Drake released his debut album, ‘Thank Me Later’.
As of 2021, Waynes estimated net worth is currently at $150 million. No one can forget that he was only 12 when he joined Cash Money Records as rapper— since then, he became one of the label's top selling artists, and one of the most recognizable artists. He owns a stake in Tidal and released his memoir.
In 2008,it is estimated that more than a million copies of Tha Carter III, which featured the ubiquitous singles “A Milli” and “Lollipop,” were sold during the initial week of release in the United States. By the end of December, it sold more than 2.8 million coppies, which made it the country’s top selling album of the year. In February 2009 he won the Grammy Awards for best rap album, best rap song, best rap solo performance, and best rap performance by a duo or group; the latter award was for the track “Swagga like Us,” on which he performed alongside Jay-Z, T.I., and also Kanye West.
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