Travis Scott Net Worth; The rise of the rapper to a sensation

Travis Scott is a US rapper, vocalist, songwriter, and record producer with a net worth of 40 million dollars. He is among the world’s most successful and highly paid rappers. His relationships with the billionaire Kylie Jenner are also remarkable.

Scott’s first full-length solo album was scheduled to be released in 2012, a mixtape called “Owl Pharaoh,” but the album was postponed due to issues in sample clearance.

It was finished on the iTunes store in May 2013. In Austin, Texas, before his second “Days Before Rodeo” mixtape was released in August 2014, he continued making music and performing at the 2014 South by Southwest Music (SXSW) festival.

In September 2015 Grand Hustle and Epic Records launched their first studio album ‘Rodeo.’ It has musicians such as Quavo, Juicy J, Kanye West, The Weeknd, Swae Lee, and Justin Bieber, to name a few. It has been both fans and critics well received, making its appearance on the US Billboard 200 chart number three.

In September of 2016, his first numbers one album on the US Billboard 200 was launched, and his second studio album was named “Birds in the Pit Sing McKnight.” Scott also reached a global agreement with Universal Music Publishing Company the same month.

Scott was a well-known producer for many other artists in contrast to his own songs. He has also created tracks and records for the Kany West, Jay Z, Trinidad James, Big Sean, John Legend, Drake, and Madonna. He has been an exec director for Kanye West’s G.O.O.D.’s compiling album Cruel Winter. He made the hit single by Rihanna, “Bitch Better Have My Money.”

Scott’s success has been identifiable in several award shows, including his recipient of the People’s Chamb Award at the BET Hip Hop Award of 2016 and at the American music awards of 2017, where he won top Digital Songs (Audios) for “Sicko Mode.” In 2010 and many others in 2019, including best rap album and Best New Albums, he was eligible for a further Grammy.

Travis received $20 million through touring, record-sales and his Nike sponsorship through September 2017 and September 2018. It was sufficient to turn it into one of the top 15 artists on the globe for the year. He received $60 million between June 2018 and June 2019. His $65 million on his Astroworld ride.