Lil Durk Net Worth 2022: American Rapper, Singer & Songwriter Income & Earnings!

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Lil Durk, a rapper from Chicago, Illinois, established himself in the hip hop scene in recent years by working with a variety of musicians, including Lil Baby, Kong Von, and even Gunna. He is one of the best rappers in the nation and has amassed a large wealth thanks to his fruitful musical career.

His principal source of income is the music industry, which includes sales of records, live performances, television appearances, streaming services, hit singles, and product endorsements. The rapper has promoted companies including Young and Reckless clothes, Luc Belaire, and Ethika clothing. Lil Durk disclosed that he bills $100,000 for each Show Now.

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The Voice, his most recent album, which was released on Christmas of last year, has quickly risen to the top of the charts. Lil Durk makes about $0.5 million a year in pay. The rapper also has a YouTube channel, which he started on March 16, 2016, and which, depending on the revenue it brings in each day, can bring in anywhere between $700,000 and $10 million each month.

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Lil Durk Net Worth 2022

Lil Durk’s net worth is thought to be around $3 million as of 2022. The least he will charge for a show is $100,000 for one night. Most of his money comes from putting out music, going on tour, and endorsing different brands.

Lil Durk Early Life

Lil Durk was born on October 19, 1992, in Chicago, Illinois. He spent his childhood in the harsh Englewood neighborhood on Chicago’s South Side. His real name is Durk D. Banks, although most people know him as Lil Durk. Being raised in those slums is about as awful as it gets, especially considering that Durk’s father Dontay Banks spent a lot of time in and out of jail when he was younger. His father was arrested and imprisoned when he was only 7 months old. His mother was a nurse because of financial difficulties.

Along with his mother, two sisters, and one brother named D Thang, the rapper did grow up. Later, Durk would make the renowned claim that his father had been imprisoned with six bricks of crack cocaine worth around $8 million on him. Durk mentioned that while he was in his teens, there wasn’t even enough food in their home in one of his interviews with a magazine.

They had everything and lived in a nice house, but after Dontay, Durk’s father, was captured, he was given a life term in jail. Dontay’s wife and his small family were forced to downgrade right once and move into Durk’s grandmother’s three-bedroom house, which was already occupied by ten people.

Lil Durk Early Life
Lil Durk Early Life

In addition, Durk developed an interest in basketball in the hopes that a career in the sport would keep him out of trouble, but his height had never really caught up to his skill or his ambition.

Durk went to Paul Robison High School and by the time he reached the tenth grade, he had come to the conclusion that the only way he could succeed was to work the streets as his father had. He stopped attending school in order to join the Black Disciples, a street gang in Chicago.

Early on, Durk became interested in music, and at the same time, the rapper rose to fame on social media sites like MySpace and YouTube. He encountered numerous legal issues after joining the street gang, including gun charges, and admitted admission to the aggravating unlawful use of a firearm.

Lil Durk Career

Durk started his career as a youngster when he signed Chief Keef’s Label Glory Boyz Production. He was never hired, though. In August 2011, he launched the mixtape “I’m a Hitta.” It was distributed by his label, OTF. He then dropped two more mixtapes, “I’m Still Hitta” and “Life Ain’t No Joke.” In 2013, he launched his 4th mixtape, “signed to the streets.” In 2014, the phrase “signed to the street2” appeared.

In June 2015, his first album, “Remember my name,” was published. Through Def Jam Records and OTF, the album was made available. His 2nd studio album, “Lil Durk 2x,” was published in 2016.

In December 2015, he released a second mixtape titled “300 Days, 300 Nights.” 2017 saw the release of “They forgot.” 2017 saw the publication of “Love Songs for the Street,” “Supa Vultures Signed to the Streets,” and other albums.

He had many songs, like “she just want to,” “my Beyonce,” “like me,” “the L’ an anthem,” and many others, in addition to all these mixtapes.

Lil Durk Legal Issues:

After being stopped for drinking in his car, Durk was taken into custody for the first time that year. He wasn’t arrested for drinking; rather, the police discovered him in possession of a loaded weapon. As a result, Durk received a three-month prison term on the weapon charge. After being later granted bond, he was ultimately brought back to jail for violating his parole and ended up serving a total of 87 days.

A few years later, in June 2013, as the police were closing in on Durk on Chicago’s South Green Street, he allegedly threw a 40 Caliber revolver into a neighboring parked car. He was jailed on a $100,000 bond after being accused of using a weapon unlawfully while a felon.

Thankfully, Durk’s attorney was able to track down 9 witnesses who saw what happened and confirmed Durk’s innocence. Durk was consequently freed the next month.

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In February 2019, Durk and his friend King Von were charged with stealing a Jeep Cherokee, $30,000 in jewelry, and a man’s life after he was shot dead in front of an Atlanta City restaurant. A short while later, Lil Durk would end up turning himself into the police, saying that he was completely innocent of the crime.

However, Atlanta Police Officers stated during Durk’s bail hearing that a security camera captured Durk shooting a gun toward the victim. Finally, after posting $250k and $300k in bonds, respectively, both Durk and Von were freed.

With the death of his brother, the rapper is known as D Thang, who was shot outside a bar in Illinois in June 2021, Durk had experienced yet another devastating loss.

Durk and his fiancée India were brutally attacked by armed intruders who entered their home just four weeks after the death of Durk’s brother. Thankfully, neither Durk nor India were hurt as the two swiftly seized their weapons and exchanged fire.

Lil Durk Personal Life

Lil Durk is said to be the father of 6 children, all of them are from separate mothers. He had his first son when he was 17 years old. Not much information regarding the rapper’s relationships has been made public. Bella Banks, Angelo, Zayden, Du’mier, Skylar, and Willow are some of his children.

Durk began dating social media personality India Royale towards the end of 2017. In 2021, after over three years of dating, the couple became engaged.

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Favorite Quotes By Lil Durk

“Stay working. Stay busy. It should be motivation instead of downtime because downtime is like being depressed. It shouldn’t be like that.”

“I’m a good guy at the end of the day, you know what I’m saying? A lot of people will believe what they see in the media for a long time ago. I’m just growing as an artist and as a person.” 

“It’s important to always put your city on your back no matter who comes from there,” Durk tells me over the phone. “On your end, you just make sure you support your home. Who really supports you and loves you? That’s your hometown.” 

“To better me, in the moving situation from Chicago to Atlanta. It’s a better scene, a better vibe. I could focus. And Def Jam, it just wasn’t fitting for me. It wasn’t working for me. No big story behind it; they just didn’t fit me.”

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