Born on the 2nd of July in 1993, Vince Staples is 25-year-old American rapper, who is a prominent member of the hip-hop group Cutthroat Boyz. Vince has released two studio albums in his music career and has already won the BET Hip Hop Awards.
The American rapper is signed to major record companies like Def Jam Recordings, ARTium Recordings, and Blacksmith Records and has worked with many artists like the recently deceased Mac Miller in his career which has helped him earn a good income and his overall net worth.
Vince Staples entered the rap game real late in 2010 and has been actively working since then grabbing a huge fan attention. As of 2018, Vince Staples' net worth is reported to be around $4 million. He had his income from all the record sales of his albums, tours and his record deals with major labels.
His two albums have sold over more 50,000 copies combined whose earnings are part of his net worth. He is also part of the advertising campaigns for the cold drink Sprite which might have paid him quite well for his appearance.
Vince Staples was only years of age when Dijon Samo and Chuck Won first discovered him. He was invited to Los Angeles where he soon became friends with rappers Mike G and Earl Sweatshirt. Vince really had no intentions of becoming a professional rapper, but fate had it otherwise.
He released his debut mixtape in the year 2011 titled Shyne Coldchain Vol. 1, which featured rappers like Mike G, Speak, SK La’ Flare to name some. The tape had 13 tracks in it, including hit singles like Hostile, Swiss Army and, Baron Davis.
Vince Staples' first studio album was titled Summertime '06 which was released on 30th of June, 2015. The album received positive reviews and was quite praised by critics for Vince's lyricism.
The album's hit single Senorita was released in May 2014, one month prior to the album's release. The album peaked at no#39 on the Billboard's top 200 and had guest featuring from artist like Desi Mo.
Big Fish Theory debuted in no#16 on the US Billboard 200 and had hit singles like Big Fish and BagBak which was also featured in the film Black Panther, starring actor Chadwick Boseman.