Rico Wade is an American rapper who was born on February 26, 1972. His net worth is currently $6 million. He has worked with a number of notable rap artists, including Big Boi, Ray Murray, Sleepy Brown, and Big Rube. His music has also been compared to Big Boi’s, and he has released albums such as 9th Wonder of the World. He has been a member of the Duneon Family since 1992.
Future’s cousin, Rico Wade
The Atlanta-born hip-hop artist Future has a close connection to his cousin, producer Rico Wade. A member of legendary hip-hop production collective Organized Noize, Wade has produced numerous southern classic albums and singles, including the hit “Waterfalls” by TLC. Future credits his first cousin with inspiring him to pursue music and rapping. Future is the cousin of Rico Wade, a record producer who has earned an estimated net worth of $37 million.
The Atlanta native Future has a net worth of $50 million, thanks to his rap and record-producing career. He began writing on the suggestion of his cousin, Rico Wade, and he has released six studio albums, twelve mixtapes, and thirty-three music videos. Future’s net worth has grown rapidly, and he is now a household name. Aside from being an influential member of the music industry, Future is an inspiration to rap fans worldwide.
Future’s relationship with Sleepy Brown
Future and Sleepy Brown have a complicated history. Originally from Atlanta, the rapper and producer is a member of the production crew Organized Noize. The two teamed up to make “Waterfalls” in 1995, a Billboard No. 1 hit that is on the way to classic status. Together, they have co-written countless other songs, including OutKast’s “Player’s Ball,” TLC’s Grammy-nominated “Waterfalls,” and En Vogue’s “Don’t Let Go (Love).
Despite being longtime collaborators, the pair have had some successful solo projects under their belts. Big Boi and Sleepy Brown have worked together on songs like “I Like The Way You Move.” The duo is also collaborating with Run the Jewels stalwart Killer Mike on a new project called “Big Sleepover.” The album also features a live performance from Big Boi on his PBS show.
Future’s collaborations with Sleepy Brown
Big Boi and Sleepy Brown have teamed up to release a joint album. Titled “Big Sleepover,” the album is expected to be released on June 30. Big Boi and Sleepy Brown have previously collaborated on tracks with rappers like Ludacris and CeeLo Green. “Intentions” is the first single from the album. The song is a slow-burning slow-mo song that showcases both artists’ versatility.
Big Boi and Sleepy Brown’s friendship and working relationship spans 30 years. The duo has been teasing fans with their collaborations since 2019, teasers of their Big Sleepover album have surpassed expectations. It is a masterclass in evolution, and their 15-track album features the sound of two distinct worlds. Both rappers have proven that they can work with each other to create a hit.
Future’s contract with Interscope Records
While the music industry has tended to paint Interscope as a rap label and associated the name with Death Row stars, it is far from that. In fact, the label is home to some of the biggest names in rock and roll, including Kendrick Lamar, Diddy, and Primus. Future’s contract with Interscope is just the latest example of the label’s growing power. Over the last three years, the label has sold nearly $400 million albums in the United States alone, taking over almost 3% of the entire music market.
The contract also covers other artists affiliated with Yo Gotti’s Collective Music Group. The two labels will collaborate with Yo Gotti’s empire to promote and develop his growing roster of artists. Among the artists signed to the label are Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, and EST GEE. The former scored a No. 1 album earlier this year. Dugg recently scored a No. 8 debut on the Billboard 200 chart with his Free Dem Boyz mixtape.
Future’s career as a songwriter
Nayvadius DeMun Wilburn is better known as Future. He is an American rapper, best known for his mumbled vocal range and prolific output. Future is widely regarded as one of the pioneers of modern trap music. Future’s prolific output has earned him the title of “rap pioneer.”
His knack for turning single words into euphoric vibes is well documented. Future became the undisputed master hook maker in the first half of the decade. His songwritership helped him find keys to superstars, including JAY-Z, Lil Wayne, and Justin Bieber. Future’s contributions to music have been as important to their success as their own careers. His talent and hard work has made him a favorite of the masses.