How much is Juvenile worth? $2.5 million
How did Juvenile earn his money and wealth?
Juvenile started his rapping career in the early 1990s. He recorded his early recording in DJ Jimi’s release, “It’s Jimi”, launched in 1991. The song “Bounce For the Juvenile” was a hit and assisted in popularizing “bounce music,” a new style of rap evolving out of New Orleans. Juvenile’s released his debut album, Being Myself, in 1995 after joining hands with Warlock Records. However, The album failed to attract the viewers and did not top the chart, but did fairly well on a local platform.
After the local success of his debut album Juvenile signed to the larger Cash Money Records. In 1997 Juvenile’s debut album with Cash Money Records, Solja Rags, was released. It became popular among local audiences, and also saw some national success as it was successful in occupying the position in Billboard chart. It was the first time he worked with the producer of Cash Money, Mannie Fresh. Also in 1997, Juvenile decided to work with the Hot Boys with fellow Cash Money rappers Turk, B.G., and Lil Wayne. Their debut album was released as part of a team and was titled Get It How U Live!
Soon after, Juvenile’s next album was released. It was named 400 Degreez and was in 1998. It was his breakthrough rap album. The Cash Money records now had joint distribution by Universal Records, which provided the music much more national promotion and attention. This along with much more disapprovingly appreciated music made Juvenile a popular rapping star. The album’s singles “Ha” and “Back That Azz Up” both became very popular songs charting on the Billboard Hot 100 and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
Driven by these two singles, 400 Degreez was finally certified 4X platinum by the RIAA. It is his best-selling album till date. In 2005 Juvenile signed a contract with Atlantic Records for himself. Juvenile also did the song “Booty Language”. It was the soundtrack of the movie Hustle And Flow. Juve performed together with fellow mate Atlantic artist at the premiere party of movies in West Hollywood, California. Juvenile’s Louisiana home was smashed during Hurricane Katrina. He and fellow New Orleans rapper Master P and other rapper artists collect funds and provisions for some hurricane victims. He shifted to Atlanta shortly after Hurricane Katrina in 2005. In 2006 Spring, he returned to his home in New Orleans.
In 2006, Reality Check, Juvenile’s another launched album, topped at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, being his first number-one best-selling album. Juvenile had a daughter with his girlfriend, Joy Deleston. In 2008, his 4-year-old daughter was shot and killed along with her mother and elder sister, in her home. The culprit of the murder was found to be his elder son, Anthony Tyrone Terrell Jr.
What are the most popular albums of Juvenile?
- Being Myself (1995)
- Solja Rags (1997)
- 400 Degreez (1998)
- Tha G-Code (1999)
- Project English (2001)
- Juve the Great (2003)
- Reality Check (2006)
- Cocky & Confident (2009)
- Beast Mode (2010)
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