Moneybagg Yo

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Memphis, Tennessee
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Memphis, Tennessee

Demario DeWayne White, Jr., better known as Moneybagg Yo, is an American rapper best known for his topping mixtapes such as ‘Federal 3X’ and ‘2 Heartless.’ He began with a number of songs, including ‘2Much’ and ‘Sick of It.’ Beginning in 2012, he published several mixtapes under the banner of ‘Bread Gang Entertainment,’ including ‘From Da Block 2 Da Booth,’ ‘October 20th,’ ‘Relentless,’ ‘Federal,’ and ‘ELO (Everybody Lives On),’ among others. The latter featured American singers such as Yo Gotti and Migos’ Quavo. Following that, he signed with Yo Gotti’s record company Collective Music Group (CMG), with whom he worked on the mixtape ‘2 Federal,’ the second installment of the Federal series. He later signed a distribution contract with Interscope and released his first commercial release with the American major record label, ‘Federal 3X.’ Moneybagg Yo’s other noteworthy works include the mixtapes ‘Heartless’ and ‘2 Heartless,’ as well as the compilation album ‘Moneybagg Yo Presents: NLess Ent x Bread Gang.’

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Youth and Adolescence

On September 22, 1991, he was born in Memphis, Tennessee, USA. There is little information available about this talented rapper’s family background, early life, and education. He went to a nearby high school.

Moneybagg Yo’s Career

He released his mixtape titled ‘From Da Block 2 Da Booth’ on April 16, 2012, through ‘Bread Gang Entertainment.’ On October 6, of that year, he released another mixtape titled ‘October 20th’ with the label. ‘La Familia,’ a collaborative effort with Slpy, was released on February 3, 2014, by ‘Bread Gang Entertainment.’ In the year that followed, he released two more mixtapes, ‘Relentless’ and ‘Federal.’

Through ‘Bread Gang Entertainment,’ he released a revision of the first installment of the Federal series on January 20, 2016. The mixtape, titled ‘Federal Reloaded,’ featured guest appearances by American rappers OG Boo Dirty and Young Dolph, among others.

On June 7, 2016, he released another mixtape titled ‘ELO’ (Everybody Lives On). It included American rapper Yo Gotti and American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer Quavo from the American hip-hop group ‘Migos,’ among others.

On July 26, 2016, he released a new mixtape titled ‘All Gas No Brakes.’ Moneybagg Yo’s next mixtape was titled ‘4 The Hard Way.’ Meanwhile, he joined ‘Collective Music Group,’ also known as ‘CMG.’ He then collaborated with Yo Gotti on the second installment of his Federal series, titled ‘2 Federal.’ Blac Youngsta made a single performance on this collaborative mixtape, which was released on October 31, 2016.

‘2 Federal’ was produced by members of the American record production and songwriting band ‘808 Mafia,’ which included TM88, Tay Keith, K Swisha, Ben Billions, and Karltin Bankz. The mixtape peaked at #97 on the Billboard 200 and #48 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums list. One of his mixtapes from 2016 earned him a ‘Memphis Hip Hop Prize for Mixtape of the Year.’

Yo’s eleventh mixtape, named ‘Heartless,’ was released on February 14, 2017, by ‘Bread Gang Entertainment,’ ‘N-Less Entertainment,’ and ‘Collective Music Group. It opened at #181 on the Billboard 200 in the United States. In the single ‘Yesterday,’ American hip hop recording artist and singer-songwriter Lil Durk appeared, as did American rapper YFN Lucci in the track ‘Wit This Money.’ Zaytoven, TM88, Track Gordy, Tay Keith, TK On Da Beat, Karltin Bankz, and Jreid produced various songs on the mixtape.

Moneybagg Yo’s next mixtape, titled ‘Federal 3X,’ was released on August 11, 2017, marking the artist’s first commercial release with ‘Interscope,’ with whom he had inked a distribution deal. ‘Federal 3X’ is the third installment in Moneybagg Yo’s Federal series, and it includes a single appearance on the track ‘Reckless’ by American rapper YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The mixtape premiered and peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200 and #4 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.

On November 17, 2017, Bread Gang Entertainment, Interscope, N-Less Entertainment, and Never Broke Again LLC released his collaborative mixtape named ‘Fed Baby’s’ with YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The mixtape debuted at number 21 on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States. On January 1, 2018, he released a compilation album named ‘Moneybagg Yo Presents: NLess Ent x Bread Gang’ via N-Less Entertainment.

Moneybagg Yo’s thirteenth mixtape was released on February 14, 2018. The album, titled ‘2 Heartless,’ is a follow-up to ‘Heartless.’ It peaked at #16 on the Billboard 200 and #9 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums (Billboard) list in the United States.

‘2 Heartless’ featured guest performances by Yo Gotti, Quavo, Lil Baby, and BlocBoy JB. Moneybagg Yo revealed an official headlining concert tour dubbed the ‘2 Heartless Tour’ on March 6, 2018, to promote the mixtape. The journey kicked off on April 7, 2018, at Rochester’s Main Street Armory.

He has also gotten a lot of attention on social media. His Twitter handles,’ moneybag yo,’ has over 240 thousand users. His other Twitter profiles, ‘ItsMoneyBaggYo’ and’realmoneybaggyo,’ have over 240 and 109 thousand followers, respectively. He also has over 1.5 million fans on Instagram.

Moneybag g’s Private Affairs

During an interview with radio personalities DJ SuperStar Jay and Gray Rizzy, he revealed that he has seven children from four separate women. In one of his songs, he mentions that four of his offspring are boys.

Moneybagg Yo has gotten into a few scrapes with the police. On March 14, 2016, he was detained along with 27 others at ‘Club Masarati’ during his CD release celebration on charges of possessing a weapon and drugs. He was also said to have been a member of the ‘New Jersey Turnpike rest stop shoot on August 19, 2017. The rapper frequently appears in denim and a bandana. He enjoys red wine and collects expensive vehicles and jewelry.

Estimated Net Worth

Moneybagg Yo is a $4 million net-worth American rapper and composer. Moneybagg Yo was born in September 1991 in Memphis, TN. In 2018, he issued his debut studio album Reset, which peaked at #8 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart and #13 on the Billboard 200.