Flo-rida Net Worth is $14 Million (as of 2020)
Flo-rida is one of the most well known names in the music industry. In addition, there are a lot of contradicting opinions about the amount of Flo-rida net worth. Some sources state that his net worth reaches 14 million dollars, whereas the other ones claim that it is as high as 30 million dollars. Flo-rida is known as a rapper from the United States, whose real name is Tramar Lacel Dillard. In addition to being one of the most popular rappers of today’s music industry, he is also known as a song writer, which also adds a lot of revenues to Flo-rida net worth.
|Net Worth:||$14 Million|
Flo-rida is mostly known for his hits, such as “Whistle”, “Low”, “Right Round”, “Wild Ones” and “Club Can’t Handle Me”. Flo-rida is also known because of his various collaborations with other artists, including Kesha, Olly Murs and Alexandra Burke. Up to date, the rapper has released four albums, all of which increased the overall amount of Flo-rida net worth.
In 2008, Flo-rida released his first album which was called “Mail on Sunday”. His first single was called “Low” and it featured another rapper, T-Pain. The single was featured in the film called “Step Up 2: The Streets”. The single hit the top of the Billboard Hot 100 List. In addition to his collaboration with T-Pain, there were many contributions from other artists in Flo-rida’s debut album, as well, such as Trey Songz, Timbaland and Sean Kingston.
Only nine months after the release of his debut album, Flo-rida began working on his next album, which was called “R.O.O.T.S.” In 2009, the album was finished and finally released. In the same year, the first single from the album was released, which was called “Right Round” and was recorded with another singer Kesha. 636 thousand copies of the single were sold during its first week of release, which was a huge achievement for the rapper and also increased Flo-rida net worth a lot. The single is known for sampling another popular song called “You Spin Me Round Like a Record” sung by “Dead or Alive”.
Another single from the album was called “Sugar” which featured Wynter Gordon and the song became a huge summer hit all across the globe. It also landed in the Top 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 list. Thus, it is quite obvious that the collaborations with various artists bring more fame and financial success to Flo-rida, as well.