Future Net Worth (2024): Height, Age, Real Name, Bio

Alex | Last Updated On January 31st, 2022

Nayvadius DeMun Wilbur is a rapper who got famous by the name “Future”. He has a distinctive style of rapping and influenced vocal range that has helped him grab the attention of the audience worldwide. He has introduced the use of melodies in modern music.

Future's Net Worth

As of 2024, Future's net worth is estimated to be $40 million.

Net Worth$40 million
Given NameNayvadius DeMun Wilburn
Famous NameFuture
Source(s) of FameRapper
Date of BirthNovember 20, 1983
Place of BirthAtlanta, Georgia, United States
RelationshipsDating, Dess Dior,
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Early Life

Future was born on November 20, 1983, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. He had a family of street vendors. He went to Columbia High School for his education. However, he has never talked about his parents or siblings.

He always had a passion for music and rapping. His cousin was the first person who encouraged him to pursue a career in songwriting and rapping. He was a prominent member of a music collective named “The Dungeon Family” at a very young age. He got his name “Future” from there which he kept with him for the rest of his career life.

Career Highlights

Future released his mixtapes titled “1000”, “True Story”, and “Dirty Sprite”. He also signed a contract with a record label, Rocko’s A1 Recordings. He introduced a new aspect to the pop genre and nailed it completely through the release of his mixtape named “Streetz Calling.

He collaborated with renowned rapper Gucci Mane and launched an album named “Free Bricks”.

The release of his single “Racks” was a breakthrough point in his rapping career. His next mixtape “Astronaut Status” wasn’t well-received by the audience.

In 2012, he released his debut album ‘Pluto’ which included famous remixes. ‘Magic’ turned out to be a super hit single that entered the Billboard chart.

He produced and wrote a ‘Loveeeeeee Song’ for the seventh album of Rihanna. He also collaborated with some renowned rappers for a mixtape who signed a contract with his record label, Freebandz. It was a massive hit that was also certified platinum.

Later on, he released three mixtapes, ’56 Nights’, ‘Monster’, and ‘Beast Mode’ consecutively in two years, and luckily they all did exceptionally well. He started receiving love and appreciation from all over the world.

Some other hit mixtapes and album releases of Future include ‘DS2’, ‘Purple Reign’, ‘EVOL’, and a lot more. He also released singles including ‘Move that Dope’, ‘Jumpman’, ‘Fuck Up Some Commas’, ‘Turn On the Lights’, ‘Low Life’, and so on. His fifth and sixth albums both were successful at the same time which made him one of the top artists.

Personal Life 

Future has been involved in relationships with a lot of women. He also has four children, one from four of those women. The names of women who have been a significant part of his life are Ciara, Jessica, India J, and Brittni.

His relationship with Ciara only lasted for a year. Ciara claimed that the reason for their breakup was infidelity. However, they both have a son together whom they named Future Zahir Wilburn.

Jessica has also filed a complaint against Future for not supporting their child financially.

He is currently dating Dess Dior as they are sharing a lot of intimate pictures together. It is quite evident from his dating history that he needs to figure out his personal life.

Social Media

Future has been quite active on social media platforms. He has 18.6 million followers on Instagram where he posts rarely but got tagged in thousands of posts. He also has a Twitter account with 7.1 million followers. Moreover, he has 33,584,909 monthly listeners on Spotify and 11.5 million subscribers on YouTube.


Future is a famous rapper who got recognition worldwide for his amazing rapping style. He has millions of diehard fans and followers who look forward to his music releases. His net worth is estimated to be around $40 million.

Future has sometimes been associated with other Rappers such as Key Glock, John Alite, Key, James Stewart, Lynne Sue Moon, Na In-woo, Dawn Halfkenny, Lihle Dhlomo, and Harvey Bautista.