Drake’s already humongous net worth has already shot up in 2024

He makes hundreds of thousands of dollars every day.
  • Drake makes about $3 million every month, on average
  • He earns anywhere between $50 million and $70 million a year just from Spotify
  • The rapper spends his cash wildly and once bought a $400,000 mattress

Published on Jan 3, 2024 at 4:21PM (UTC+4)

Last updated on Jan 3, 2024 at 9:02PM (UTC+4)

Edited by Adam Gray
Drake / Instagram / Cash Money Records

Drake successfully and seamlessly transitions from rap to pop to R&B and then back to rap.

His records sell like hot cakes and, as a result, his bank account is growing at an amazing rate.

In fact, 2024 has barely even started and he’s already making a killing.

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Even though he earns a massive amount of cash from endorsement deals, his net worth still mostly derives from music.

Drake was the fourth most streamed artist on Spotify in 2023, with over 14 billion streams.

The world’s most popular streaming platform will pay around $55 million for that.

Last year, following the release of the album ‘Views’, Drake went on a 43-show tour, earning about $1 million per show.

On average, the Certified Lover Boy rapper makes about $3 million every month.

So that means, just a few days into the year 2024, he’s already made enough to buy a couple of supercars.

He certainly loves spending money on rare and expensive cars.

He owns a rare Bugatti (only 15 units ever built), a custom built Rolls-Royce Cullinan and a Brabus Crawler based on a G-Wagen.

Speaking of which, he actually gave away a $140,000 G-Wagen to a fan at a concert last year.

To add to that, his watch collection alone is worth well over eight figures.

He owns a massive private jet as well and, amazingly, he didn’t even had to buy it.

Believe it or not, Drake got a Boeing 767 for free (!!!) as part of an endorsement deal.

Obviously, he spent a whopping amount of cash to repurpose and customize it, but still.

Last but definitely not least, he famously spent $400,000 on a custom-made mattress for his mansion in Toronto.

Now that’s a first.

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