It has been claimed that the total sum of Juvenile net worth reaches as much as 2.5 million dollars. He has earned such sum of money because of his career as a musician. More precisely, he is a rapper and also a music producer. Thus, these involvements have been the main ones when it comes to increasing his fame as well as Juvenile net worth.
The rapper was born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1975 and his birth name is Terius Gray. In 1997 he released his first album, which was called “Solja Rags”. The album was released under the label of Cash Money Records. The album became a success overall. His second album was called “400 Degreez”. From this album, two singles were released, both of which placed well on the Billboard Top 100 Charts. Thus, the sales of his albums have also added up to the total size of Juvenile net worth. Because of the success of the two previously mentioned singles, both of them were released again in 1999 in a form of remixes.
In 2002 Juvenile left his label, Cash Money Records, because he intended to create his own label which he called UTP Records. However, one year later, he came back to his first label under which he released his third album called “Juve The Great”. In 2004 one song from this album was released, called “Slow Motion”. The song became quite a success as it landed in the Billboard Chart 100.
In 2005 after the hurricane Katrina hit the United States, Juvenile went to Atlanta to help raise money for those who have suffered from this catastrophe. Thus, the rapper is also known for his philanthropic work. In 2006 Juvenile came back to New Orleans. In the same year, the rapper released one more album called “Reality Days”. This album proved to be more successful than his previous ones because it was his first album which landed in the top of the charts. The sales of it have also increased the total amount of Juvenile net worth.
Juvenile’s personal life is also quite well known to the public. He was a parent to a girl named Jelanie, who was tragically shot when she was 4 years old and died together with her mother Joy Delston. In addition to his career in music, Juvenile is also known from a couple of films, including “Hood Angels”, “New Orleans Exposed” and “Baller Blockin”.