Yelawolf Net Worth Money and More
Net Worth $3.5 million
Profession: Rapper, songwriter, skateboarder, producer actor and music video director.
The birth name of Yelawolf is Michael Wayne Atha. He was born in 30th December 1979. Gadsden, Alabama in Unites states is the birth place of Michael. He is a multi talented personality. He is not just a very talented Rapper but is also an amazing songwriter, Skateboarder, Producer, actor, and Music video director. He started his career in 2003. His name is associated with many famous labels like Slumerican Records, Shady records, Inter-scope records, Columbia Records and Ghet-o-Vision Entertainment. Yelawolf is the stage name of Michael. In 2005 he released his independent debut album named Creek Water. Currently he involved with Shady Records and Inter-scope Records. He has also established his own label named Slumerican. After the release of his debut album in 2005 he also released four mix tapes and an extended play. In 2011 he signed a contract with a well known label named Eminem’s Record Label. On 21st November 2011 his album named Radioactive was released. This album was highly popular. And it was placed on 27th position on Billboard 200. On March 14, 2013 he released the sequel for his mix tape named Trunk Muzik. The name of his sequel is Trunk Muzik Returns.
Gadsden, Alabama is the birth place of Yelawolf. When he was born his mother was just 15. He is basically a white American Descent. He completed his schooling from Carter Lawrence School. The school is located in Nashville. Form his childhood itself he developed his interest in music.
Yelawolf even appeared on a television show. He appeared on a reality series named The Road to Stardom with Missy Elliott. After sometime he was eliminated from the show he released his debut mix tape named Pissn’ in a Barrel of Beez. He also released his independent album at the same time. The name of his independent album is Creek Water. After releasing his independent album he signed a contract with Columbia Records. From Columbia, Yelawolf released two albums named Ball of Flames: The Ballad of Slick Rick E. Bobby and Stereo: A hip hop Tribute to Classic rock. In 2009 he signed the contract with Ghet-O-Vision. After signing the contract he released an album titled Arena Rap. This was his debut album with Ghet-O-Vision. In 2012 he collaborated with British singer Ed Sheeran and released a song titled “you don’t know”. This was his promotional track and it went quite successful. This track was for the promotion of upcoming extended play named The Slumdon Bridge.
Yelawolf is a very determined and hardworking personality. At the initial stage of his career, he was very poor and homeless. He worked quite hard to get all the fame and money. Since he was homeless he used to live in a public park named People’s park. At the park many people used to come and help him by giving some money, food, and cloth.
He has started his career with a very little money. He was quite poor at the initial stage of his career. Because of his determination and hard work, he has earned a lot of money and fame. At this point of time Yelawolk is a rich personality. He leads a very lavish and luxurious lifestyle. His profession has made a lot of money for him. He has released a large number of albums under different labels and most of his albums have gained a lot of popularity. His estimated net worth is said to be $3.5 million. He is a multitalented personality and so he has multiple professions. Apart from being a rapper he is also very amazing producer, actor, and songwriter. He has earned a lot of money from all these professions also. He basically earned his wealth by the contracts which he signed with Columbia and Eminem’s. His albums had made a good market and so he had earned a lot of money.
Quotes written by Yelawolf
He is a very hard working personality. He has gained all his wealth through his hard work. His quotes are quite motivational.
- I’m not ashamed of anything that I’ve done because when I did it, I was passionate about it and I was doing it for a reason.
- I don’t sit under the tattoo gun Unless I’m sold on it completely and it will define me as a person
- Triple 6 Mafia and Mystikal in Atlanta was one of my first shows. I remember how sweaty and smashed up everybody was and it was so punk rock.
- Fans are all I care about to be honest. If they stop coming to the shows, then I will get worried.
- American music culture is black culture
- I can tell you that when you’re willing to give your life up to see a dream through, the reward is great
- Sometime I want to party, sometimes I want to fight and sometimes I want cry
- I love performing, I love getting out there. It’s kind of like why I make Music.
- People are not really that forgiving when they pay for the tickets to come see you and you don’t show up