Net Worth: $500 Thousand
- Source of Wealth Music
- Birth Place Bankhead, Atlanta, Georgia, United States
- Full Name D'Juan Montrel Hart
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth January 15, 1979
- Occupation Hip Hop Recording Artist
About Young Dro
American Southern rapper, D’Juan “Young Dro” Hart has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand. The Atlanta rapper and T.I. protégé, decided to pursue a career in rap music in order to break the cycle of tribulations from hustling and inner-city life. Young Dro was born D’Juan Hart in Bankhead, a particularly rough neighborhood on Atlanta’s west side. His inspiration for wanting to rap came from the success of one of his best friends, Chris “Daddy Mack” Smith, one half of early-’90s rap sensation Kris Kross. Young Dro made waves with reputable rappers who became instant fans. T.I. was so impressed with his unique style that he signed Young Dro to his label, Grand Hustle Records (a division of Atlantic Records) in 2005. Under the stage name Young Dro, he released his 2006 debut album (Best Thang Smokin’). The first single from the album, Shoulder Lean, under Grand Hustle; its video was heavily rotated on BET and MTV2, and its ringtone sold over 500,000 copies. Young Dro’s major label debut Best Thang Smokin’ was released in August 2006. “Shoulder Lean” peaked at #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and topped the Hot Rap Tracks chart. The next single was “Rubberband Banks”, which peaked at #23 on the rap chart.
Earnings & Financial Data
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- Earnings 2013
Record Sales 2013
Estimated earnings from his album High Times