What is ASAP Rocky’s Net Worth?


Rakim Mayers, better known as “A$AP Rocky”, an American rapper, record producer, and songwriter from Harlem, New York City, is also known as Rakim Mayers.

Since 2007, Rocky has been rapping professionally. He joined A$AP Mob in 2007. Rocky is currently one of America’s most successful rappers.

Early Life

Rakim Mayers was born in Harlem, New York City, on October 3, 1988. His mother is African American, and his father was Barbados. Rakim began his rapping career when he was 9.

His older brother taught him how to rap. Rocky was inspired to take rapping seriously after Mayers’s death in Harlem at the age of 13.

During his high school years, he attended Bayard Rustin Educational Complex. Mayers grew to love Harlem-based rappers such as Three 6 Mafia, Wu-Tang Clan, and UGK.


Rocky joined the A$AP Mob at the age of 19. To create the soundscapes that underpin his raps, he began to work with the producers of the group: SpaceGhostPurpp and Clams Casino.

In 2011, he released “Peso”, and “Purple Swag” singles, which led to a major label agreement. He then released “Live”, his first mixtape. Love. A$AP”. He signed to Polo Grounds Music, Sony/RCA in 2003 for $3 million.

Rocky’s solo album “Live. Love. A$AP” was released in 2013 and featured many guest artists like Kendrick Lamar, 2 Chainz, and Santigold.

His solo album, “F****n’ Problems”, topped the Billboard 200 charts and produced four singles: “Goldie”, Fashion Killa”, and “F ****n’ Problems”. “F ****n’ Problems” was No. 8 reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, with 3 million copies sold in the U.S.

His second album “At.Long.Last.A$AP” was released in 2015. Produced by Grammy-winning Danger Mouse, the album featured guest appearances by M.I.A., Future, Mark Ronson, and Kanye West.

ASAP Rocky is now a well-known rapper in hip-hop. He has sold millions of copies around the globe. Rocky has worked with many artists, including Future, Rihanna, and Rod Stewart.


Here are some of the best highlights of ASAP Rocky’s career:

  • BET Awards (Best Collaboration, “F***in Problems”, 2013)
  • MTV Video Music Awards Japan (Best Hip-Hop Video, 2013)
  • Dope (Movie in 2015)
  • “F***in’ Problems” (2013)
  • “Fashion Kills” (2013)
  • “Asap Forever” (2018)
  • Testing (Album, 2018)

Favorite Quotes From ASAP Rocky

Everyone should have the opportunity to live a happy life. If people put me in that situation, I want to share my experience and be an example to others. I don’t think I asked to be a role model, as I am not perfect.

I was homophobic in the beginning, but I grew up and realized it wasn’t the right way to go. I don’t discriminate against anyone based on their sexual preference or skin color… that’s not mature.