About Yung Berg
It has been reported that the overall amount of Yung Berg net worth currently reaches a sum of 2 million dollars. He is a rapper, song writer and music producer. The rapper was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1986 and his real birth name is Christian Ward. In 2001, he got an opportunity to get signed to Bloodline Records, which belong to DMX. Yung Berg started his career as a rapper, when he was chosen to appear in a soundtrack for “Exit Wounds”. At that time, his stage name was Iceberg and the song he performed there was called “Dog 4 Life”.
In 2005, Yung Berg was collaborating with Shawnna. He was the rapper’s recording assistant and also a hypeman. Shawnna is a rapper from Chicago and belonged to the group called “Disturbing the Peace”. In the same year, Yung Berg ventured into music business even more when he established his imprint called Yung Boss. In the same year, his production team was formed, called Yung Bosses. This involvement has also added up to the total size of Yung Berg net worth.
In 2007, Yung Berg released his first record called “Sexy Lady”, in which he teamed up with Junior, who is also a singer. The hit landed in the 18th position on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart. Because of this single, he got an opportunity to get signed to Epic Records. In 2007 as well, his first EP was released, which was called “Almost Famous: The Sexy Lady”.
One year later, his first album was released, which was called “Look What You Made Me”. The sales of this album have also increased the total sum of Yung Berg net worth. Two singles from this album were released, as well, one called “Do That There”, which featured Dude ‘n’ Nem, and another called “The Business”, which was recorded with Casha. The latter single even landed in the 33rd place on the Billboard Hot 100.
In 2008 as well, Yung Berg recorded a song with Ray J which was called “Sexy Can I”. In 2009, he put aside his career as a rapper and focused more on his career as a writer and producer of music for other artists. One of such songs written by him is “The One” performed by Tamar Braxton. Also, he established his own record label which he called Yung Fly Movement, and in this venture he was joined by Jordan Hollywood and Mia Rey.