With three studio albums, three mixtapes, a number of headlining excursions and a number of other Grammy nominations below his belt, rapper and producer Travis Scott has a excessive web value. Nevertheless, it’s considerably decrease than the online value of girlfriend Kylie Jenner. The “Goosebumps” artist has a web value of $60 million, whereas Kylie’s is a whopping $700 million, in response to Movie star Web Price.
Whereas Kylie earns most of her cash from her cosmetics firm, Kylie Cosmetics, Travis has earned a big portion of his earnings from his music profession and former endorsement offers.
Hold studying to see how Travis Scott makes his cash.
The Houston-born musician received his huge break in 2012 when he signed as an artist with Epic Information and a producer with GOOD Music. (Coincidentally, the founding father of GOOD is none aside from Kanye West, now-estranged husband of Kylie’s half-sister Kim Kardashian.)
Since then, Travis launched two mixtapes — 2013’s Owl Pharaoh, 2014’s Days Earlier than Rodeo — and three studio albums — 2015’s Rodeo, 2016’s Chicken within the Entice Sing McKnight, 2018’s Astroworld. His fourth and upcoming album, Utopia, is scheduled for a 2022 launch. He landed his first Grammy nomination in 2014 for his work on Justin Bieber’s album Function.
By 2017, Travis acquired a Nike endorsement deal, which led him to grow to be one of many highest paid rap artists on the planet that yr. One yr later, he went on to earn $58 million, since his 2018 by way of 2019 Astroworld tour ended up grossing a complete of $65 million, in response to Forbes.
Travis is a father one one, as he welcomed daughter Stormi Webster with girlfriend Kylie in February 2018. The pair are additionally anticipating their second baby collectively, due in early 2022.
The “Sicko Mode” rapper sadly discovered himself on the middle of a tragedy in 2021 that came about at his annual Astroworld Competition. After Travis (actual title: Jacques Bermon Webster II) started his headlining efficiency on the competition on November 5, the group “started to compress towards the” stage, per Houston Hearth Chief Samuel Peña, who defined the small print in a press convention following the incident. In consequence, 10 attendees died from “compression asphyxia,” per the health worker’s evaluation.
Travis has confronted backlash for not stopping his live performance when some crowd members tried to name for assist. He defended himself in an interview with Charlamagne Tha God the next month, asserting he was not conscious of the casualties till after his efficiency was over.