|Date of Birth
|04 October 1989
In today’s society, many covet wealth and fame. For some, it seems like the only way to be truly happy and content in life. However, others find more satisfaction in simpler things.
Rich Homie Quan is one of those people. Despite being worth millions of dollars, Rich Homie Quan remains humble and down-to-earth. Here, we will take a closer look at his net worth and how he has managed to keep his head on straight despite his newfound fame and fortune.
Quan got his start in the rap game when he was just a teenager. He would write music and perform at local open mic events that drew large crowds of eager young people just like him.
Instead of joining one of the many street gangs in Atlanta, Quan used these weekly gatherings as an opportunity to network with other rappers in the city. It was there that he would cross paths with rappers like Young Thug and Future. Later, Future would sign Quan to his label Freebandz Entertainment under the Rich Gang sub-label.
Quan turned to music after his cousin was shot and killed during a robbery attempt. This led him to take on the nickname “Rich Homie” in honor of his fallen relative. He is perhaps best known for being part of the rap group Rich Gang alongside fellow Atlanta rapper Young Thug. The two rappers were signed by Birdman, founder of Cash Money Records. Quan has since won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration with Lil' Wayne and Young Thug.
Quan is also known for his close friendship with fellow rapper Jeezy. The two rappers are good friends in real life as well as on wax. They have collaborated several times throughout their careers and even released a joint mixtape titled “Quan and Jizzle.” Both rappers hail from Atlanta, Georgia. Jeezy also offered up some advice to Quan in 2013, when rumors of the rapper’s homosexuality started to gain steam.
To date, Quan has released several mixtapes and EPs under various monikers such as Rich Homie Quan, Mr. Flamboyant, and Young Tino. His first big break came when he signed with Atlanta-based record label Gucci Mane’s 1017 Brick Squad Records in 2012 before eventually joining the imprint/clothing brand Rich Gang. Quan was featured on the official remix of “My Nigga” by YG, which appeared on his 2014 debut album My Krazy Life. The remix also featured Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj.
Later that same year, Quan released a single titled “Flex (Ooh, Ooh, Ooh),” featuring Future and Jeezy. The single was his first Billboard Hot 100 entry, peaking at #55 in the States. Also in 2014, Quan released two other singles titled “Walk Thru” and “Givenchy.” Both songs were met with positive reviews from music critics and fans alike.
- Quan is named after the rapper Rich Homie Quan, who was a friend of his father.
- He began to take rap seriously and adopted the moniker Young Tino or Young Thuggin when he was just 11 years old.
- He attended Columbia High School in Decatur, Georgia, before dropping out at 14 years old due to a bullying incident.
- Quan’s success has been a source of inspiration for many young rappers from Atlanta, such as Young Thug and Yung Ralph.
- He is featured on the official remix of “My Nigga” by YG, which also features Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne, as well as guest appearances.
Rich Homie Quan is 27 years old.
Rich Homie Quan has a net worth of $8 million US dollars.
Rich Homie Quan makes nearly $700 a day ($250,000 a year) from endorsements alone.
Rich Homie Quan is rumored to be single.
In 2013, Quan earned a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration with Lil' Wayne and Young Thug. In 2016, he was nominated for another Grammy Award in the category of Best Rap Performance.
He likes to play basketball and spend time with his friends.
As a child, he attended Columbia High School in Decatur, Georgia, before dropping out.
Rumored to be single.
He has a car.