Playboi Carti performs during the 2019 Rolling Loud music festival wearing a black shirt with his tongue out.
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The Playbook to Playboi Carti's Massive Music Empire: Here's a Breakdown of His Wealth

Playboi Carti talks heavy, and he has the bank account to back it up. Here is a breakdown of the "Magnolia" rapper's impressive net worth.


Apr. 9 2024, Published 9:10 p.m. ET

Playboi Carti's journey in hip-hop has been nothing short of groundbreaking. From his humble beginnings on SoundCloud to his rise to rap stardom, Carti's career has been a testament to his relentlessness and talent.

The Atlanta-born MC gained notoriety after the release of his hit single "Magnolia" in 2017. He continued to make a name for himself with a string of chart-topping hits, including collaborations with Lil Uzi Vert and ASAP Rocky.

“I feel like the rooms that you surround yourself with most definitely can alter whatever is going to happen in your career," Carti told Numéro Berlin. "You put yourself in a room with people who are not being positive or not this and not that, then that’s the type of energy you don’t have.”

Carti's debut studio album, Die Lit, solidified his place in hip-hop. It included features from some of the industry's biggest names, including Travis Scott, Nicki Minaj, and Young Thug, prompting widespread critical acclaim. Carti has undoubtedly made his mark on the music scene, and his net worth reflects his accomplishments.

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playboi carti performs on the main stage on day  of wireless festival
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Playboi Carti performs on the Main Stage on Day 3 of Wireless Festival 2018.

What's Playboi Carti's net worth? Here's how he built a multi-million dollar empire.

Playboi Carti’s net worth sits at $9 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. His earnings come from album sales and streaming royalties, as the rapper has released two studio albums during his career.

Based on data from Best Selling Albums, Carti has sold more than two million albums worldwide. Among these, approximately two million were sold in the United States, resulting in Top 10 debuts on the Billboard 200 chart.

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Outside of the music industry, Carti has secured a few high-profile partnerships. The “Love Hurts” rapper has collaborated with brands like Off-White and Footlocker. Additionally, he sells his own merchandise on his website.

playboi carti performs on stage during lollapalooza
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: Playboi Carti performs on stage during Lollapalooza 2021.

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Playboi Carti


Net worth: $9 million

Playboi Carti is a rapper and songwriter from Atlanta, Ga. Playboi, who has also become a fashion icon, is known for hits like "Magnolia" and "Wokeuplikethis*."

Birth name: Jordan Terrell Carter

Birthday: September 13, 1995

Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia

Education: North Springs Charter High School

Kids: 1

Father: Miles Carter

Mother: Valerie Carter

Playboi Carti's 2023-2024 tour has been postponed indefinitely.

In June 2023, Playboi Carti announced that he would be setting off on an international tour, per Complex. Carti’s Antagonist Tour was set to kick off in September of that year with stops in America before heading to Ireland. However, the rapper postponed the show days before the first stop, leaving fans disappointed. Now, the fate of the Antagonist Tour seems grim, as dates for the concert are marked “TBD” online.

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playboi carti performs live on the main stage during day one of wireless festival
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Playboi Carti performs live on the Main Stage during day one of Wireless Festival 2023

Kurro suggests that the tour has been canceled, with fans reportedly receiving refunds for previously purchased tickets.

“Unfortunately, the event organizer has had to cancel your event,” a message reads. “No action to required to obtain a refund.”

Carti has not addressed the news online, and fans have taken issue with the rapper’s inconsistencies.

“Can’t expect anything less with him, mf also canceled a bunch of concerts late last year,” one person tweeted.

Another wrote: “Once I heard his reputation I said no thank you to his show in [Kansas City.] If his ticket sales were low, that's on him. We all know the music and concert is fire.”

However, there were some ticketholders who revealed that their dates had not been officially canceled – and were instead listed as “postponed.”

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