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FutureStarrlil durk net worth forbes 2021
In Lil Durk net worth, Lil Durk's wealth as of 2019 is estimated to be over $77 million. Lil Durk is a rapper, songwriter, and entrepreneur by profession. Lil Durk's career began in 2012 when he signed a deal with a local label and released his first tape called "Lil Durk Lil Durk" which was released in 2012.
Durk garnered a cult following with the release of his Signed to the Streets mixtape series (2013–2014), leading to a record deal with Def Jam Recordings. The label would release his debut studio albums, Remember My Name (2015) and Lil Durk 2X (2016), before dropping the artist in 2018. In April 2020, Durk made his first appearance on the Billboard Hot 100 with the single "Viral Moment" off his fifth studio album, Just Cause Y'all Waited 2 (2020). Lil Durk's commercial resurgence continued with singles such as "3 Headed Goat" (featuring Polo G and Lil Baby), "Backdoor," and "The Voice"; his features on Drake's 2020 single, "Laugh Now Cry Later" and Pooh Shiesty's song, "Back in Blood", as well as his LPs, The Voice (2020) and his joint album with Lil Baby, The Voice of the Heroes (2021)—which became his first release to debut atop the Billboard 200.Lil Durk was born on October 19, 1992. Lil Durk had to shoulder much responsibility at a very young age because his father was incarcerated when he was 7 Months old. Lil Durk recalled that there was time when he didn’t have enough food in his home when he was younger. He started his first break through social media channels like Myspace and Youtube. He became more fond of the idea of being a rapper once his online fan base started to grow more rapidly than expected. Lil Durk took his career more seriously after becoming a father at 17 and dropping out from high school. Lil Durk attended a Southside high-school by the name of Paul Robeson High School, ultimately dropping out his senior year to be a part of the gang war in Chicago. Lil Durk joined the Black Disciples after dropping out of high school. Soon after joining he began to get into trouble with the law as well as served a bit of time. In October 2011, he was hit with gun charges, including possession of a firearm with a defaced serial number. He later pleaded guilty to a reduced charge of aggravated unauthorized use of a weapon, according to court records. In 2013, Lil Durk was arrested again with a loaded .50 caliber handgun in Englewood on an early Wednesday morning after he threw the gun into his vehicle and locking it afterwards. Chicago Police gained a warrant to search the vehicle, found the loaded handgun, and arrested the rapper without incident. (Source: allfamousbirthday.com)
After a small number of delays, Durk’s fourth mixtape Signed to the Streets was released on October 14, 2013, exclusively on DatPiff. It features two guest appearances from former Glo Gang affiliate Lil Reese, along with production credits from Paris Bueller and Young Chop, among others. Eight music videos were released to promote the mixtape: “Bars Pt. 2”, “Oh My God”, “100 Rounds”, “Dis Ain’t What U Want”, “Bang Bros”, “Traumatized”, “Hittaz” and “Times”. Signed to the Streets would later be named the eighth best mixtape of 2013 by Rolling Stone. On October 22, 2013, in an interview with XXL, Lil Durk said he was working on his debut album under Def Jam. Also, Durk was named part of the 2014 XXL Freshmen Class.
Later, he also came up with a single track known as ‘L’s Anthem’ in which French Montana was along with him. After people saw L’s Anthem was gaining popularity, the following was ‘Dis Ain’t what you want’ which also rocked. Looking at these back to back hit songs, with later one being a joint venture with Def Jam Recordings, the company gave him a call and signed a contract. (Source: aqwebs.com)