Travis Scott is an American rapper, composer, and record producer born on April 30, 1991 and has a net worth of $60 million. He is considered among the world’s most well-known and well-paid rappers. He’s won a Billboard Music Award and a Latin Grammy Award, and he’s been nominated for nine Grammy Awards.
Scott has also drawn attention in recent years as a result of controversies and legal issues surrounding the safety of his shows.
Travis Scott Net Worth
|Net Worth:||$60 Million|
|Age:||30 Years Old|
|Born:||30 April 1991|
|Salary:||$10 Million (Annual)|
Travis Scott Net Worth Growth
|Net Worth in 2022||$60 Million|
|Net Worth in 2021||$55 Million|
|Net Worth in 2020||$50 Million|
|Net Worth in 2019||$30 Million|
|Net Worth in 2018||$28 Million|
|Net Worth in 2017||$27 Million|
- Travis may easily generate $40–60 million from his multiple endeavors in a single touring year.
- From his Astroworld tour, he garnered $65 million.
- Travis is slated to begin a $20 million endorsement deal with McDonald’s in 2020.
- He made $40 million between 2019 and 2020.
- He was paid $60 million between 2018 and 2019.
- Travis received $20 million through touring, record sales, and his Nike endorsement deal during the period of 2017 and 2018, making him one of the top 15 highest-paid rappers in the world for the year.
On April 30, 1991, Jacques Bermon Webster II a.k.a Travis Scott, was born in Houston, Texas. His grandfather was a jazz composer while his father is also a soul musician.
Scott graduated from Elkins High School when he was seventeen years old. He then enrolled in the University of Texas at San Antonio but dropped out after his first year to focus solely on his music career.
- Owl Pharaoh (2013)
- Days Before Rodeo (2014)
- Rodeo (2015)
- Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight (2016)
- BET Hip-Hop Awards – People’s Champ Award for Antidote (2016)
- Teen Choice Awards – Choice Electric/Dance Song for Know No Better (2017)
- Astroworld (2018)
- BET Awards for Best Collaboration for”Sicko Mode” (with Drake) (2018)
- BET Hip Hop Awards for Video Director of the Year (2019)
- BET Hip Hop Awards for Album of the Year for Astroworld (2019)
The Graduates, a band created by Scott and his lifelong friend Chris Holloway, debuted in 2007. The duo dropped their first EP on the social networking platform Myspace in 2008.
Scott, one of his classmates and OG Chess, founded the group The Classmates the next year and released two albums, Buddy Rich in 2009 and Cruis’n USA in 2010. The team stayed together until late 2012 when the group disbanded due to personal difficulties and financial disagreements.
Scott relocated from Houston to New York City’s Washington Heights after graduating from college, where he started working with a pal, Mike Waxx, the owner of the music website Illroots. Scott spent much of his time at Just Blaze’s studio after moving to New York, sleeping on the floor at a friend’s house.
Scott’s friend ditched him, and his parents cut him off financially, forcing him to return to Houston, where his parents kicked him out. Webster returned to Los Angeles and began sleeping on a friend’s couch while still making music.
As of 2022, Travis Scott’s net worth is roughly $60 million.
Scott secured his debut major-label deal with Epic Records in 2012, as well as a publishing deal with Kanye West’s GOOD Music.
In 2013, he secured a combined recording deal with Epic Records and T.I.’s Grand Hustle label. Owl Pharaoh, his first full-length effort, was self-published in 2013, and Days Before Rodeo, his second mixtape, was dropped in 2014.
The popular single “Antidote” was the lead single from his debut studio album, Rodeo (2015). Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight (2016) became his first Billboard 200 number one album. Scott formed Huncho Jack with Quavo and released Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho the next year.
Travis Scott collaborated with producer HVME to remix “Goosebumps” in 2021. Scott revealed a 2022 Summer Men’s collection collaboration between Dior and Cactus Jack in 2021. Scott appeared on Kanye West’s ninth studio album Donda on the song “Praise God,” Baby Keem’s album “Durag Activity,” and Don Toliver’s album Life of a Don on the songs “Flocky Flocky” and “You.”
Scott also made an appearance on Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, on the song “Fair Trade,” which reached number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. He dropped “Escape Plan/MAFIA” as a two-song single in 2021.
Scott made his big-screen debut as a movie theater proprietor in the 2021 film Gully. Due to sampling difficulties, his song “Knife” was deleted from the film, but it did appear briefly. Scott struck an agreement with A24 in 2021 to produce movies. In 2019, Netflix aired Scott’s documentary film “Look Mom, I Can Fly.”
Scott was also featured in the Saint Laurent Spring/Summer 2019 advertising campaign. His music video for “Can’t Say” was made by the luxury house, which also provided him with a complete wardrobe for the filming. Along with streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins, he appeared in a 2018 Samsung commercial about Fortnite.
Ridley Scott announced a menswear collaboration with Dior in 2016, with a summer 2021 release date. He also revealed his collaboration with Nike to release his Cactus Jack Air Jordan 1s that same year. He broadcasted a live stream showcasing the collection, which included samples from his upcoming fourth studio album, Utopia.
Scott teamed up with McDonald’s in 2020 to release “The Travis Scott,” a limited-edition meal that is a spin-off of the company’s Quarter Pounder with Cheese. The celebrity dinner fad was developed as a result of this, and BTS and Saweetie followed suit.
Cactus Jack Records
In 2017, Scott founded the American record label Cactus Jack Records. Epic Records is in charge of distribution. Cactus Jack Publishing is the label’s own publishing section.
To promote the PlayStation 5 console, Scott joined the PlayStation team as a Strategic Creative Partner. They collaborated to manufacture limited-edition items and upload a unique unboxing video. In the video, Scott plays the console with fans, and there’s a piano performance by James Blake as well as a tribute to Pop Smoke.
Cactus Jack Foundation
Scott founded Cactus Jack Foundation to assist Houston youngsters with educational and creative efforts in 2020. Thousands of toys were distributed by the organization to Houston children in 2021.
|Favorite Actor||Leonardo DiCaprio|
|Favorite Actress||Kristen Stewart|
|Favorite Song||Not Know|
|Favorite Sportsman||Aaron Donald|
|Favorite Movie||Don’t Know|
|Favorite Footballer||Lionel Andrés Messi|
|Favorite TV Show||How I Met Your Mother|
|Net Worth||$60 Million|
|Date Of Birth||April 30, 1991|
|Income||$10 Million (Annual)|
Travis Scott and Kylie Jenner started dating in 2017, and their daughter was born in 2018. They parted ways in 2019, but for the sake of their daughter, they rekindled their relationship amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Jenner gave birth to a son in 2022.
Performances and Astroworld Festival related Controversies
Scott was arrested for disruptive behavior at Lollapalooza in 2015, and again in 2017 following performances in Northwest Arkansas and Switzerland’s Openair Festival.
After falling from a balcony and being carried on stage in 2017, a fan sued Scott and the concert’s organizers, blaming the incident on a crowd surge. Three persons were hurt as a mob stormed into the Astroworld compound in 2019.
Scott’s performance at the Astroworld Festival in Houston, Texas, in 2021, resulted in a mass-casualty crowd crush, killing ten people and wounding hundreds more.
As of 2022, Travis Scott has an estimated net worth of $60 million. Most of his income comes from his tours and singing career. He also earned millions of dollars from his Nike endorsement deal through merchandise royalties and other activities in addition to his musical pursuits. The combined net worth of Travis and Kylie is a whopping $900 million.