What was Juice WRLD's net worth? Rapper's fetish for expensive watches, jewelry led to collection worth $460K
Jucie Wrld's estate is thought to be worth a huge $3.3 million, despite him being just 21 when he died in 2019 following a drug-related seizure at Chicago's Midway International Airport
Juice WRLD, whose real name was Jarad Anthony Higgins, has scored seven nominations posthumously at the 2021 Billboard Music Awards (BBMAs). The late rapper passed away at the age of 21 in 2019 following a drug-related seizure at Chicago's Midway International Airport. His posthumous album called ‘Legends Never Die’ was released in July 2020.
Speaking of the 2021 Billboard Music Awards, the late rapper has got seven nominations namely Best Rap Album for ‘Legends Never Die’, Top artist, Best Male Artist, Billboard 200 Album for ‘Legends Never Die, Best Rap Male Artist, Best Rap Artist and Billboard 200 Artist. R&B icon The Weeknd has got a whopping 16 nominations at the BBMAs. Rapper DaBaby, comes close with 11 nods whereas, late rapper Pop Smoke earned 10 nominations.
Juice WRLD's posthumous album 'Legend Never Die' is out, emotional fans say he truly was 'man of the year'
Juice WRLD's early life
Born on December 2, 1998, in Chicago, Illinois, Juice WRLD spent much of his childhood in South Suburbs i.e. Calumet Park but later moved to Homewood. His parents got divorced when he was only three-years-old. WRLD, who was raised by a single mother, was not allowed to listen to hip-hop but only rock and pop music. He later got hooked to video games like Tony Hawk's Pro Skater and Guitar Hero, which introduced him to artists like Billy Idol, Blink-182, Black Sabbath, Fall Out Boy, Megadeth and Panic! at the Disco
WRLD, who graduated in 2017, got heavily into drugs during his teen years. According to multiple reports, the rapper began drinking lean in sixth grade and started using Percocets and Xanax in 2013. Speaking of music, WRLD got inspired by his mother Carmella Wallace and started learning to play the piano at the age of four. He later moved on to drums, guitar and trumpet. And after perfecting his skills, he gradually started uploading songs on SoundCloud ultimately founding his calling in life.
What was Juice WRLD's net worth at the time of his death?
Just like any other artist, even Juice WRLD made a lot moolah with the help of album sales, royalties, tours, endorsements, and revenue from streaming platforms. His song ‘Lucid Dreams’ has been streamed over one billion times on Spotify. The song also peaked at number at two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Speaking of his net worth, the website Celebrity Net Worth states that the late rapper was valued at $4million which is a lot given that he died just three years after getting discovered.
Within a short span of his career, the rapper dropped full length projects like his 2018 debut album ‘Goodbye & Good Riddance’ and 2019 album ‘Death Race for Love’. It is also reported that his estate made a whopping $3.3 million after his death which made him the highest-paid deceased celebrities during that time. TMZ had first reported about the same when they obtained a legal document consisting of all WRLD’s financial details. It was revealed that WRLD's estate is valued at an estimated $3,278,867.49. The wealth is partly made up of his Miami condo, which is thought to be worth around $1,490,000. His money is spread across several bank account, with one said to have $1,001,515.68 sitting in it. The ‘Armed and Dangerous’ hitmaker also had a fetish for expensive watches and jewelry and according to the documents obtained, he had a collection worth $459,318.75.