Joyner Lucas Net Worth
Joyner Lucas is a rapper and singer-songwriter with an estimated net worth of $4 million. Joyner Lucas is an exceptional rapper and singer-songwriter who rose to prominence in 2015 following the success of his single Ross Capicchioni. Joyner Lucas went on to produce a number of notable works, propelling him to international acclaim.
Lucas has released numerous mixtapes throughout his career, but only one of them, 508-507-2209, has gained prominence. Joyner Lucas is also well-known for his single “I’m Not Racist,” which was released in 2017 and quickly went viral. His debut album, which was a huge success, was released in 2020.
Joyner Lucas Background
Joyner Lucas was born in Worcester, Massachusetts on August 17, 1988. He has two siblings. His parents divorced at some point, and his mother remarried, and his stepfather played an important role in his upbringing. He was influenced by artists such as Eminem, The Notorious B.I.G., Nas, and Method Man when he was younger. He attended Worcester’s South High Community School.
He first expressed interest in hip-hop as a child. He began using the alias G-Storm and writing his own rhymes when he was only seven years old. He later collaborated on several music projects with his uncle, Cyrus tha Great, who is only a few years his senior.
Lucas has a son, who is frequently mentioned in his music.
Joyner Lucas was in his twenties when he adopted the alias Future Joyner. He and Cyrus tha Great formed Film Skool Rejekts in 2007 and released their first collaborative album, ‘Workprint: The Greatest Mixtape of All Time,’ the same year.
On May 13, 2011, he released his first mixtape, ‘Listen 2 Me,’ via Dead Silences Records. It includes 19 tracks. Frank Dukes, Audible Doctor, Lord Quest, Apollo Brown, Cyrus Tha Great, Vokab & Big Pops, Young Cee, DJ Prince, and G Mogul handled production.
On October 3, 2013, he released his second mixtape, ‘Low Frequency Oscillators.’ The mixtape, which contains 18 tracks, was created to showcase Lucas’ ability to create his own music. On this project, his goal was to reach out to his ever-growing fan base and touch their lives with well-executed, innovative, and entertaining music.
After Atlanta-based rapper Future gained popularity, he decided to change his stage name to Joyner Lucas. ‘Along Came Joyner’ was released on April 5, 2015. The album was a commercial success, as was one of its singles, ‘Ross Capicchioni.’ Furthermore, his success earned him a spot in the 2015 BET Hip-Hop Awards Cypher.
To date, it has received over 40 million views. Over the next two years, music videos for four more singles were released: ‘Ultrasound,’ ‘Just Like You,’ ‘Forever,’ and ‘Winter Blues.’
Lucas released the non-album single ‘I’m Not Racist’ on November 28, 2017. The song is divided into two sections.
He raps in the first part from the perspective of a white Trump supporter, and in the second part from the perspective of a black man. It is worth noting that Lucas is bi-racial. An ambient trip-hop beat plays throughout the song.
‘I’m Not Racist’ is his most successful and controversial single to date. It was originally posted on his YouTube channel, where it has received over 85 million views. It’s been dubbed “polarizing.”
Many critics wrote that the track emphasized the importance of having conversations about race, while others thought it was “clichéd” and “cheesy,” and that it oversimplified the race debate by reinforcing stereotypes.
He is currently working with Chris Brown on a collaborative album titled ‘Angels & Demons.’ It will be released in late 2018. The album’s two singles have been released: ‘Stranger Things’ and ‘I Don’t Die.’
Joyner Lucas Instagram
Joyner Lucas is active on Twitter. He has over 420,000 followers. He’s also on Instagram with over 2.8m followers.
Joyner Lucas is not dating anyone as of 2022. Joyner’s age is 34. Joyner Lucas had at least one previous relationship, according to CelebsCouples. He has never been married before.