What is Tyga’s Net Worth?
Tyga’s net worth was $5 million as of August 2022.
American rapper, Tyga, Micheal Ray Stevenson is from Compton. Tyga is most well-known for his singles “Rack City”, “Faded”, “Far Away”, “Still Got It”, and “Show You”.
He has signed recording deals with Young Money Entertainment and Cash Money Records.
His 2018 single, “Taste”, peaked at number 9 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Micheal Ray Stevenson, “Tyga”, was born in Compton on the 19th of November 1989. Tyga was born in Compton and raised there until he was twelve years old. Then he moved to Gardena.
He is Jamaican-Vietnamese. Tyga was a teenager and had Eminem and Lil Wayne as role models.
Tyga claimed that he was raised in Compton’s low socioeconomic areas. However, leaked footage from Bustas shows him claiming that he grew up in a Valley home where his parents owned a Range Rover.
Tyga signed a record deal with Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment after his debut album, “Young On Probation”, was hugely successful.
He performed the song “Deuces” with Chris Brown and Kevin McCall, and it reached #14 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and #1 on the Billboard Hot R&B lists.
MacCoy, Tyga’s cousin toured with Gym Class Heroes. He released his first album, “No Introduction”, in 2008. His song ‘Diamond Life” was featured in the movie “Fighting”, as well as in the video games Need for Speed: Undercover and Madden NFL 2009’.
Before he released his first album, Tyga had made several mixtapes. He was already a well-known artist and was working for Lil Wayne’s label Young Money Entertainment, Cash Money Records and Republic Records.
After his first success with Lil Wayne’s label, he started working with big names like Rick Ross, Chris Brown and Bow Wow. Tyga signed up for Kanye West’s Good Music Imprint in order to begin a new chapter in his music career.
In 2012, he released “Careless World: Rise of the Last King”, which reached number 4 on the US Billboard.
Tyga has been a household name in hip-hop since then.
Kanye West revealed that Tyga was signed up for Good Music in 2016. This was Tyga’s only chance to make a comeback in the music industry.
These are some of the greatest moments in Tyga’s career:
- Holly At Me (Song, 2010)
- Grammy Awards (Best Rap, 2011) – Nominated
- Do My Dance (Song, 2012)
- Wait for a Minute (Song, 2013)
- Molly (Song, 2013)
- 40 Mill (Song, 2014)
- Hookah (Song, 2014)
- Cash Money (Song, 2016)
- U Cry (Song, 2018)
- Taste (Song, 2018)
Three Success Lessons From Tyga
We now know all about Tyga and his net worth. Let’s look at some of his lessons.
1. What We Really Know
While we may be able to admire what we see, we cannot love what we know. Be cautious about who you allow talking to.
2. When things go down
You will discover who is honest and who is faking when the shit goes down. When things get tough, don’t trust anyone.
Instead of letting your emotions go, help those who make you feel. Be strong and stand up for yourself. You are worthy of the best people in your life.
Favorite Quotes From Tyga
It doesn’t matter how well you know yourself or have good friends. You go to bed with people you love and wake up with people you love.
I don’t like following trends. I am a trendsetter. I represent all generations, fly kids and creative kids. They look up to me. ROAR is the program I’m part of. I visit all high schools, speak to every student, and give 30-35 tickets to students who do well in school. I value stuff like this.