I would like to throw some light on the start of his career here as it was an amazing one. He did not start as the other normal ones but his debut album was a huge success as it received the certification status.
As well as, he also achieved the #1 ranking for his dancing sensation albums, dedicated to the dancing community, Crank That.
“DeAndre Cortez Way” (“Soulja Boy”) also earned $7 Million in 2007 from his album named as “Crank That”. Furthermore, in the year 2010, he earned a total of $10 Million while it was followed by a $10,000 he charged a fee in 2012 for every verse he delivered to other contractors.
He started his carrier in 2005 and currently, he earns around $7 million annually. He earned money by signing these albums contracts: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Live with Regis, Lopez Tonight, Love & Hip Hop, My Super Sweet 16, The Bachelorette, The DUB Magazine Project, The Mo’Nique Show, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and When I Was 17. His endorsement value is around $1M.
I should recall his fame factor which rose like a fire as he had millions of fans in his MySpace account. These fans were the reason behind his success in reality.
Thanks to his father, Soulja was always supported by him in the music field as it was his father who provided him with a recording studio just in order to help his son find the real potential of music inside him and then excel those skills in a more refined way.
It was the year of 2005 when he released his first-ever collection of songs on a site known as “Sound Click”. This was the platform where he took the public start from and fortunately he became a successful star in his life. The net worth of $25 million clearly shows how nice the skills he has as a record producer and rapper.