Julius Dubose is an American Rapper and Singer-songwriter best known by his stage name, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie. He is known for his singles, Drowning, Swerving, Horses, Look Back at it, etc.
In 2017, A Boogie released his first studio album, ‘The Bigger Artist.’ Boogies’ debut album peaked at number 4 on the Billboard 200.
2018 saw him nominated for ‘Best New Artist’; however, he did not win. In 2020, he finally received two awards: A Winning Rhythm & Soul Music Award and a Winning Pop Music Award. Discover his net worth and career in detail.
Net Worth and Income Sources.
A Boogie’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million. This is a big surprise since he just recently began his music career. His earnings mostly come from his music career.
At his concerts, A Boogie charges $90- $121. Like other artists, A Boogie also makes money through selling merchandise at his shows and on websites.
Let us not forget his YouTube channel. Currently, A Boogie has 4 million subscribers with a total of 21. Billion views. Each month, he receives thousands of dollars from YouTube, depending on the number of viewers he gets.
House, Car, Property, Lifestyle.
A Boogie was born in Highbridge, New York. He currently lives with his girlfriend, Melody Valentine, and their two children. Unfortunately, he has not disclosed his house location.
Looking at his social media, A Boogie has been posting pictures of his white Mercedes. With his successful music career, he must have several luxurious cars.
A Boogie released his first single, Temporary when he was just 19 years old. However, his music lacked important elements required to make good songs. His producer went on to assign him a trainer who taught him the techniques required.
In 2015, A Boogie and Quincy Don Q started a record label called ‘High Bridge the Label.’ The following year, the duo released their first mixtape, ‘Artist,’ which was a success. A Boogie was even listed as “Up and Coming Rappers” by Forbes.
After the success of his first albums, A Boogie went ahead to release others: Hoodie SZN (2018), Artist 2.0 (2020), and A Boogie vs. Artist (2020).