What Is B.o.B Worth?
B.o.B's Net Worth is $5 million
In 2002, subsequent to meeting his mentor and co-supervisor B-Rich at 14 years old, B.o.B sold his first beat to former Slip-n-Slide recording craftsman Citti, for a song titled “I’m the Cookie Man”. In the interim, B.o.B felt he had made it: “I went and blew the majority of my money on quick stuff like a chain and ballin’. Soon I was broke once more, but I took in two important things from it; ensure I spare my money and that I was hooked on music.” Back to the starting point, B.o.B continued performing at open mics and underground settings, to consummate his art.
In 2006, because he was underage, B-Rich helped sneak B.o.B into Club Crucial, a nightclub owned by Atlanta-based rapper T.I. There, B.o.B performed a song titled “Cloud 9”, a self-produced, spoken word-like ode to cannabis.
B.o.B initially began to pick up recognition toward the begin of 2007. The underground single, “Haterz Everywhere” including Wes Fif, picked up the rapper attention by topping at number 5 on the US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles. The remix to “Haterz Everywhere” highlighting Rich Boy, was incorporated utilized as a part of the video diversion Fight Night Round 4, and a music video was later discharged for that version. Another single, “I’ll Be in the Sky”, was discharged in 2008 and it has come at number 15 on similar diagrams.
In 2008, it was uncovered B.o.B was incorporated into XXL’s 2009 yearly Freshman Class and was included on the cover alongside fellow exceptional rappers Asher Roth, Wale, Kid Cudi, Charles Hamilton, Cory Gunz, Blu, Mickey Factz, Ace Hood and Curren$y. In February 2009, B.o.B made an original song, titled “Auto-Tune”, for Grand Theft Auto: The Lost and Damned.
On May 16, 2009, B.o.B discharged a cover of Manu Chao’s “Mr. Bobby” and uncovered he needed to be known mononymously as Bobby Ray while also guaranteeing he was taking his music in “another direction”: “Now I go by the name Bobby Ray.
On January 13, 2010, B.o.B announced his debut studio album, likely titled The Adventures of Bobby Ray, was relied upon to be discharged on May 25, 2010. To promote the album, B.o.B announced a mixtape titled May 25, in reference to his album’s discharge date.
Jessie J discharged a solitary including B.o.B, titled “Sticker price”, on January 30, 2011. The song rushed to achieve number one in the United Kingdom outlines offering 84,000 copies in its first seven day stretch of offers. On March 22, 2011, Electronic Arts discharged the Launch Trailer for the upcoming first-person-shooter Crysis 2 which included a song by B.o.B titled “New York New York” containing the fundamental piano chorus from the song “Subject from New York, New York” commonly sung by Frank Sinatra; the craftsman who sang the chorus is unconfirmed.
On October 9, 2012, B.o.B was highlighted on the yearly BET Hip Hop Awards figure, alongside his Grand Hustle label-mates Iggy Azalea, T.I., Chip and Trae the Truth. On November 15, 2012, B.o.B discharged his ninth mixtape, entitled Fuck Them We Ball. The mixtape highlights visitor appearances from T.I., Juicy J, Mac Miller, Playboy Tre, Snoop Lion, Spodee and Iggy Azalea, with a great part of the production coming from B.o.B himself.
On February 24, 2015, B.o.B. showed up on Tech N9ne’s “Hood Go Crazy”, alongside 2 Chainz, which got the moderate achievement. Soon thereafter, B.o.B spoke about the possibility of a collaborative mixtape with Tech N9ne. On August 14, 2015, B.o.B discharged a project titled Psycadelik Thoughtz to hold fans over before his fourth studio. It highlights visitor appearances from vocalists Jon Bellion and Sevyn Streeter. The EP, which was discharged without any promotion or pre-discharge singles, debuted at number 97 on the US Billboard Hot 100 graph. On December 4, 2015, B.o.B self-discharged an EP titled WATER. On December 7, 2015, B.o.B guaranteed he was being “smothered” by Atlantic Records.
On January 2, 2016, B.o.B stated: “I haven’t forgotten about the rock album.. at the point when the time is appropriate.” On January 18, 2016, B.o.B discharged his second EP in the same number of months. The EP, titled FIRE, follows the concept of his previous one, adopting the title of a component and the utilization of acronyms. On April 22, 2016, in celebration of Earth Day, B.o.B discharged a mixtape titled EARTH, which incorporates the song “Flatline”. On November 4, 2016, B.o.B discharged his first compilation album, titled Elements, composed of songs from his last four solo mixtapes, WATER, FIRE, EARTH, and AIR.
Bobby Ray Simmons Jr. born November 15, 1988, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, U.S. Known professionally as B.o.B. He is an American rapper, artist, songwriter, and record producer from Decatur, Georgia. In 2006, B.o.B was discovered by Brian Richardson, who at that point introduced him to TJ Chapman, who subsequently brought him to American record producer Jim Jonsin. In the wake of hearing his music, Jonsin marked B.o.B to his Rebel Rock Entertainment engrave. After two years, Jonsin and B.o.B marked a joint wander bargain, with Atlantic Records and American rapper T.I’s. Grand Hustle Records.
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