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Vince Staples performs at Golden 1 Center.

Vince Staples Is Winning — Here's How Much The Rapper-Turned-Actor Is Worth!

In addition to being a rapper, Vince Staples is a writer and actor. Here is look at the entertainer's net worth, which he built in a very short time.


Feb. 20 2024, Published 1:47 p.m. ET

California native Vince Staples has been making waves in the music industry for years. Vince first gained notoriety after releasing a series of mixtapes. His work caught the attention of Odd Future's Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, The Creator, leading to collaborations that helped propel him into the spotlight.

Vince’s debut studio album, Summertime '06, released in 2015, received widespread critical acclaim and solidified his place as one of the most promising young talents in hip-hop.

Following the success of Summertime '06, Staples continued to put out bangers. His later projects, Big Fish Theory and FM!, were just as successful. In addition to his successful music career, Vince has ventured into acting. His Netflix series, The Vince Staples Show, premiered on Feb. 15, marking another win for the Long Beach rapper.

As interest in Vince’s music and television projects grows, some may be wondering how much money the entertainer has made over the years. Here is a breakdown of Vince’s impressive net worth.

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Vince Staples performs with Flume onstage at the Coachella Stage.

How much is Vince Staples worth? Here's a break down of his net worth.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Vince has a net worth of $4 million. The publication suggests that the bulk of Vince’s wealth comes from his music sales, touring revenue, and lucrative endorsement deals.

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He has released five studio albums since 2015, with his latest being 2022’s Ramona Park Broke My Heart. Vince has also ventured into acting, appearing in movies like Dope and The Hate U Give. He also provided voice work for animated shows like Lazor Wulf and American Dad!

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Vince Staples performs on Day 1 of the New Look Wireless Festival at Finsbury Park.

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Vince Staples

Rapper, Actor

Net worth: $4 million

Vince Staples is a rapper and actor from Long Beach, Ca. He rose to fame after releasing a string of mixtapes and later ventured into acting.

Birthdate: July 2, 1993

Birthplace: Long Beach, CA

Education: Jordan High School

Mother: Eloise Staples

Additionally, endorsement deals and partnerships with brands like Sprite and Converse have contributed significantly to Vince’s hefty fortune. He partnered with Sprite in 2015 and later appeared in a series of commercials for the soda brand. The rapper was a spokesperson for Acura, as he has a history with the car manufacturer.

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“Acura has strong roots in the South Bay,” Vince said (via PR Newswire). “Growing up I remember going to see the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach, so teaming up for this launch felt really authentic and was a fun creative experience for me.”

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Vince Staples perfoms on stage at Madcool Festival.

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What is Vince Staples’ Netflix series about?

Vince has fully stepped into his creative bag, landing a Netflix show that is loosely based on his life in Southern California. The Vince Staples Show, executive produced by Kenya Barris, follows Vince as he navigates through a seemingly normal life in Long Beach. The dark comedy is filled with a lot of twists and turns.

In an interview with the Associated Press, Vince explained that he strived to create a show that is visually different than other scripted series.

“I definitely wanted to make sure that the show had a lot of elements of surreal cinematography,” he said. “As well as storytelling and making sure the audience in the show will probably perceive certain things to be real or not real, and it’s honestly all over the place.”

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