Chief Keef Net Worth is $1 Million (as of 2020)
It has been stated that the overall amount of Chief Keef net worth reaches a sum of 500 thousand dollars. Chief Keef has become famous because of his career as a rapper. Chief Keef was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1995 and his real name is Keith Cozart. Chief Keef started his career as a rapper when he was arrested for illegal use of weapon and thus was places under house arrest. At this time, Chief Keef started to post his rapping videos on his Youtube channel. These videos soon got a lot of views and became huge hits on the website.
|Net Worth:||$1 Million|
|Age:||25 years old|
|Height:||6 ft (1.83 m)|
|Date of birth:||Aug 15, 1995|
Soon, he started to release his mix tapes and film videos for his songs. Chief Keef was soon noticed by Kanye West, too. With the help of him, Chief Keef got a chance to re-release one of his most successful singles called “I Don’t Like”. Chief Keef has also worked with many well known people in music industry, such as Big Sean and Jadakiss, and these collaborations have also added up to the total size of Chief Keef net worth.
In 2012, his first studio album was released called “Finally Rich”. In this album, many artists appeared too, such as Waka Flocka Flame and Young Jeezy. In the US charts, the album landed in the 29th place. The sales of this album have also added up to the overall sum of Chief Keef net worth.
In addition to his career as a musician, Chief Keef is also known for some of his personal details. One of them is his Asperger’s Syndrome, because of which it is difficult for him to interact with people socially.
Chief Keef is also quite well known for his contract with Interscope Records. In 2013, it was stated that the rapper signed a very lucrative contract with this record label. The deal was stated to be worth 6 million dollars and it claimed that the label would release three albums of Chief Keef. Chief Keef was also guaranteed 440 thousand dollars in advance and recording expenses of 300 thousand dollars so he could record a commercial version of “Finally Rich”. However, there was the point stated that if “Finally Rich” sells less than 250 thousand copies, Chief Keef would be dropped from the label. 150 thousand copies of the record were sold, and thus in 2014 Chief Keef was dropped from Interscope Records.