What is Flo Rida’s Net Worth?


As of July 2022, Flo Rida is worth approximately $30 Million.

Tramar Lillard Dillard, “Flo Rida”, is an American singer-songwriter, composer, and rapper from Carol City in Florida.

His debut single “Low” was number one in the US for 10 consecutive weeks and set a record for downloads at the time.

Early Life

Tramar Lacel was born in Florida on 17 September 1979. He was inspired by music when he heard his sisters sing in a local Gospel group.

Flo Rida was later a member of a rap group called GroundHoggz. It was a three-man group.

Early on in his career one of his sisters, Julia died. Her death had a profound impact on Flo Rida and his career. He told MTV, “I was very close with her, and I told myself that I was going do this for my sibling.”


Flo Rida’s career began with his brother-in-law. This helped him to become a hype man and backup rapper for Fresh Kid. He toured with Ice as a support act and was featured in many tracks on the latter’s album.

He signed with the American hip hop group Hot Boyz in 2000.

Flo Rida was the first to release his debut single in 2007, which went on to become the bestselling single ever, ‘Low. The song was written and performed by T-Pain and Flo Rida.

Low was a massive international hit, climbing to the top of many national and international charts. Flo Rida released her debut album Mail on Sunday in 2008. It generated three singles: ‘Low, Elevator and ’In the Ayer.

His fourth album, “Wild Ones”, was released in 2012. It reached 14 on the US Billboard 200. It also topped the US Dance/ Electronic Albums. The album’s three other singles, Whistle’ and Wild Ones’, reached the top 10 of the US Billboard Hot 100.


Here are some highlights from Flo Rida’s career.

  • Cake (Song, 1997)
  • Low (Song, 2008)
  • Mail On Sunday (Album 2008)
  • R.O.O.T.S (Album, 2009)
  • Right Round (Song, 2009)
  • Club Can’t Handle Me (Song, 2010)
  • NRJ Music Award (Hit of the Year, 2011) – Won
  • Wild Ones (Song, 2012)
  • Whistle (Song, 2012)

Favorite Quotes From Flo Rida

It feels very natural when I’m in the studio. I prefer to express myself. I will not stop working towards what brought me to this point or what inspires and motivates me. I’m not going to stop doing what I love. I enjoy having fun with it

My musical journey has been long because of my experiences growing up in Miami. I was influenced by so many cultures and have had a lot of success. It’s because I am more like a chameleon, who stands his ground.