Travis Scott networth is $60 million as an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer.
He is one of the most well-known and well-paid rappers in the world. His relationship with Kylie Jenner is also noteworthy.
Travis can easily earn $40 – $60 million from his various endeavors in a touring year.
Travis Scott networth & early Life
Travis Scott, whose real name is Jacques Berman Webster II, was born in Houston, Texas.
Until he was six years old, he lived with his grandmother in South Park, Houston, a high-crime neighborhood.
He subsequently went to live with his parents in Missouri City, a middle-class suburb southwest of Houston.
He attended Elkins High School before enrolling at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where he dropped out during his second year to pursue a music career.
Scott and longtime buddy Christ Holloway founded the music duo “The Graduates,” which released an untitled first EP on Myspace in 2008.
He formed the group “The Classmates” with schoolmate OG Chess in 2009, and they released two albums together.
He moved to New York City after dropping out of college, where he worked with his friend Mike Waxx.
Scott relocated to Los Angeles after only four months in New York, frustrated by his lack of development.
He continued to produce music while sleeping on a friend’s couch in Los Angeles.
Scott’s first solo full-length album, “Owl Pharaoh,” was supposed to be released as a free download in 2012, however it was postponed owing to sample clearance concerns.
It was eventually released on the iTunes store in May of 2013. Before releasing his second mixtape, “Days Before Rodeo,” in August 2014, he continued to compose music and perform, notably at the 2014 South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival in Austin, Texas.
Grand Hustle and Epic Records published his first studio album, “Rodeo,” in September 2015. Sheck, Quavo, Juicy J, Kanye West, The Weeknd, Swae Lee, and Justin Bieber, to name a few, make guest appearances on the album.
It got positive critical and commercial reviews, debuting at number three on the Billboard 200 list in the United States.
“Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight,” his second studio album, was released in September 2016 and scored his first number one album on the US Billboard 200.
Scott also inked a worldwide deal with Universal Music Publishing Group in the same month.
“Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho,” Scott’s joint album with Quavo of the rap trio Migos, was released in December 2017. In August 2018, he released his third solo album, “Astroworld.”
After debuting at number one on the Billboard Hot 100, the album’s second song, “Sicko Mode,” became his highest charting solo single.
In He finished the year with the release of “JackBoys,” a collaboration album from his Cactus Jack record label (launched in March 2017). It included Don Toliver, Sheck Wes, and Chase B, among others.
Scott’s notable singles and tracks include “Pick Up The Phone” (2016) with Young Thug and Quavo (RIAA certified double platinum), Drake’s “Portland” (2017), Kris Wu’s “Deserve” (2017), Kanye West and Lil Uzi Vert’s “Watch” (2018), and “Power is Power” (2019) with The Weeknd and SZA for HBO’s “Game of Thrones.”
Scott has worked as a producer for other musicians in addition to his own music. For example, on Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music label’s compilation album “Cruel Winter,” he served as executive producer.
Scott has also worked with Kanye West, Jay-Z, Trinidad James, Big Sean, John Legend, Drake, and Madonna on songs and albums. Rihanna’s hit single “Bitch Better Have My Money” was produced by him.
Scott’s work has been acknowledged at a number of award shows, including the 2016 BET Hip Hop Awards, when he received the People’s Champ Award, and the 2019 Billboard Music Awards, where he won Top Streaming Song (Audio) for “Sicko Mode.”
As a featured artist on Justin Bieber’s album Purpose, he was nominated for Album of the Year at the 2017 Grammys.
In 2018, he received another Grammy nomination, and in 2019, he was nominated for several more, including Best Rap Album and Best Rap Song.
In August of this year, Scott’s documentary video “Look Mom, I Can Fly” was released on Netflix.
He also works with a number of different brands. In May of that year, he starred in a Nike ad for the VaporMax sneaker, which marked the start of his official association with Nike.
Travis Scott x Air Jordan 4 “Cactus Jack” release in June 2018, Travis Scott x Nike Air Force 1 “Sail” release in August 2018, and Travis Scott x Nike SB Dunk release in February 2020 were his first collaborations with Nike.
Scott’s previous efforts into the field of design include a capsule collection with Helmut Lang in early 2017 that was influenced by his Texas origins.
Scott has also appeared in an advertisement for the Saint Laurent Spring/Summer 2019 collection.
The luxury house directed and produced the music video for his 2019 single “Can’t Say,” as well as providing his entire wardrobe for the project.
Scott also appeared in a Samsung commercial with streamer Tyler “Ninja” Blevins in 2018.
Scott began dating Kylie Jenner, a reality television personality and businesswoman, in April 2017.
Stormi Webster, Jenner’s daughter, was born on February 1, 2018. In September of this year, the couple divorced.
Travis earned $20 million between September 2017 and September 2018 through touring, record sales, and his Nike endorsement deal.
That was enough to place him among the world’s top 15 highest-paid rappers for the year.
He earned $60 million between June 2018 and June 2019. His Astroworld tour was a financial success, grossing $65 million. He earned $40 million between June 2019 and June 2020.
Travis agreed to a $20 million endorsement agreement with McDonald’s in 2020.
Purchasing Real Estate
Travis paid $14 million for a 12,000-square-foot mansion in his hometown of Houston in 2019.
The house was built in 2005 and lies on 1.5 acres within a gated neighborhood.
Travis paid $23.5 million for a property in the Brentwood hills of Los Angeles in June 2020.
He still co-owned a $13.5 million property outside Beverly Hills with ex-girlfriend Kylie Jenner at the time of the acquisition.
In 2021, he spent just under $6 million for the home directly across the street from his Brentwood home.