The Kid LAROI Net Worth 2023

The Kid LAROI Net Worth 2023

The Kid Laroi is an Australian singer and songwriter with an estimated net worth of $9.64 million in 2023. He first gained recognition for his collaborations with other artists and his career has since skyrocketed, earning him an annual income of $35,000.

The Kid Laroi has an estimated net worth of around $9.64 million, with an annual income of $35,000. His career skyrocketed when he collaborated with Juice Wrld and went on to team up with other big names in the music industry such as Miley Cyrus and Lil Tecca. He is known for leading a privileged lifestyle, having previously bought a Tesla Model X that cost around $119,990.

About The Kid LAROI

The Kid Laroi, whose real name is Charlton Kenneth Jeffrey Howard, is an Australian rapper, singer, and songwriter. He became known for his association with American rapper Juice Wrld during a tour in Australia, which helped him gain a local following.

He later joined forces with Lil Bibby’s Grade A Productions and Columbia Records and achieved mainstream success in 2021 with his hit single “Stay,” a collaboration with Justin Bieber that reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Howard’s debut mixtape, “F*ck Love,” topped the Australian ARIA Charts, making him the youngest solo artist from Australia to achieve this feat. The mixtape also reached number one on the US Billboard 200 chart.

Two of his other songs, “Without You” and “Stay,” both made it to the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Despite his success, Howard doesn’t limit himself to one genre and enjoys making both rap and pop music.

Born on August 17, 2003, in Waterloo, New South Wales, Howard grew up with his brother and was raised by his uncle after his father wasn’t consistently present in his life. His mother, Sloane Howard, was a music executive and record label founder of Aboriginal descent.

His great-great-grandfather was a part of the Stolen Generation, and Howard is of Gamilaraay (or Kamilaroi) descent, which inspired his artistic name “Laroi.”

Howard faced a tumultuous childhood, with his mother selling drugs at times to make ends meet. He attended Sacred Heart Parish School and Sacred Heart College before moving to Sydney in 2017. There, he attended the Australian Performing Arts Grammar School on a scholarship but dropped out to pursue his international career.

In 2019, Howard and his friends from Redfern were featured in a hip-hop podcast documentary where he described how he hustled to build relationships with big artists.

His social engineering tactics paid off when he collaborated with Swae Lee after sending a female friend to play his music to him in a hotel.

The Kid LAROI  Career

In his early career, Howard started by recording raps on his mother’s phone and uploading them to SoundCloud. At the time, he went by the name “FC6”.

In 2015, he formed a duo with Adelaide rapper DJ Marcus Jr. and they recorded songs together while performing for local audiences. Howard met his now collaborator, Khaled Rohaim, at a recording studio in Sydney.

Rohaim was moved by Howard’s talent and difficult living situation and started picking him up from various houses around Sydney so they could eat and record together.

Rohaim also gave Howard work writing songs for other artists. In 2017, Howard was signed to a development deal with Sony Music Australia.

In August 2018, Howard released his debut EP titled “14 with a Dream”. In the same year, he became a finalist in the Triple J Unearthed high competition, and performed with Manu Crook$ at Listen Out Festival, Tkay Maidza at Triple J’s One Night Stand Festival, and supported THEY. He also collaborated with Lil Skies and Lil Bibby’s record label Grade A Productions and Columbia Records.

Howard was mentored by the late Juice Wrld while supporting him on his Australian national tours in 2018 and 2019, and lived with Juice Wrld in Los Angeles to learn the studio and recording process.

In 2020, Howard released “Diva” featuring American rapper Lil Tecca and “Addison Rae”, named after the social media personality. He also made a cameo appearance in Lil Mosey’s music video for “Blueberry Faygo”. He released his mixtape “F*ck Love” on 24 July 2020, featuring Lil Mosey, Corbin, and Juice Wrld. On the same day, he released the music video for “Not Fair” featuring Corbin.

In August 2020, he released the music video for the song “Selfish” and was featured on Internet Money’s collective mixtape “B4 the Storm” on the song “Speak”.

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