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Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott are one money-making couple. While Kylie recently made headlines for reaching billionaire status partly thanks to those lip kits in your makeup bag, Travis has been busy making dollars of his own. With a successful rapping and producing career and a merch line that’s been selling off the racks, Travis has definitely been in “sicko mode” and his bank account can prove it. When Travis isn’t busy making money, he’s probably spending time with his adorable daughter with Kylie, Stormi, who is probably already richer than most of us. It probably helps that Travis’ net worth only gets higher everyday.
It seems like Travis doesn't take any breaks. Since he bursted onto the music scene in 2013, he's released five music projects. His first two albums were his mixtapes, Owl Pharaoh and Days Before Rodeo. Before releasing his official debut album, Travis had already worked with well-known rappers including T.I., Wale and Kanye West. His second mixtape Days Before Rodeo was so successful that he headlined a concert tour with rapper Young Thug and producer Metro Boomin, adding second shows to cities where the tickets sold out too quickly.
The success of Travis' mixtapes was followed by his debut album Rodeo. Rodeo featured guest appearances and production from a ton of artists including The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Quavo and Pharrell Williams. The album debuted at number three on the Billboard 200 chart and one single from the album, "Antidote," became his highest-charting single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Since then, Travis has released three other projects, including Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, his collaborative album with Migos' Quavo, Huncho Jack, Jack Honcho and his most recent album Astroworld, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. His second single, "Sicko Mode," features Drake and peaked at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.
Along with the The Weeknd and SZA, Travis created a song for the Game of Thrones album, so that probably earned him a pretty penny. Despite backlash, Travis also made a guest appearance during Maroon 5's Super Bowl halftime set, though he was basically paid nothing for it, according to Forbes. Travis doesn't like to define his sound solely as hip-hop and said in the future he might want to create a Broadway musical album.
Travis doesn't only make his own music. He's also made money off his production credits. He's lent his skills to some of your favorite artists' songs, like Rihanna's "B*itch Better Have My Money."
Travis is infamously known as a great performer. He's performed guest sets at festivals like Lollapalooza and also has a few tours of his own under his belt. His latest tour, Astroworld –Wish You Were Here has received positive reviews. The tour tries to mimic the vibes of an actual theme park. According to Rolling Stone, at one point during the show, he takes a few fans on stage and has them strapped into an inverted ferris wheel. As they ride upside down, Travis performs below them. According to Billboard, as of March, the tour had grossed $34.3 million since its start in November and is on target to surpass the $50 million mark.
Not only is Travis making money from his tours, but he's also developed a successful line of streetwear-like merch to go along with them. His Astroworld merch is all sold out on his official website, but you can try to grab a piece in online marketplaces like Amazon and StockX. Travis hyped up his tour and album by turning over the merch in his online store every 24 hours for nine days before the start of the tour. The merch on the ninth day included collabs with Louis Vuitton and Off White's Virgil Abloh.
Not only does Travis make money off his music and merch, but he's also making some hefty dollars from his endorsement deal with Nike. In 2017, Travis was tapped to be the face of Nike's groundbreaking sneaker, the VaporMax. He helped them launch the "Day to Night" pack, a version of the shoe.
Travis also had the chance to help create his own sneaker, which will be released worldwide on May 11, though we already know what the sneaker looks like. The pair of Air Jordans is supposed to retail for $175.
So where does all of Travis Scott's projects place him on the net worth scale? According to Celebrity Net Worth, he's worth about $22 million, but his career is pretty much just getting started, so they'll be lots more numbers to crunch soon. Expect that value to go up.
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