Rapper Aubrey “Drake” Graham turned into the freshest member from The Forbes Five club of hip-hop’s wealthiest artists on Monday with a total assets of $60 million, as per Forbes.
The yearly rundown has consistently included rap specialists Bryan “Birdman” Williams, Andre “Dr. Dre” Young, Shawn “Jay Z” Carter, Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Sean “Diddy” Combs.
However, because of a fumble of assets which brought about a chapter 11 the previous summer, 50 Cent was superseded by Drake, who has expanded his total assets through visiting, music discharges and business manages Nike, Sprite and Apple.
“Views,” the fourth studio album by Drake, a Toronto native who passes by his middle name, sold an expected 630,000 copies on its April 29th release date, as stated by Vibe Magazine.
With every album selling out at $13.99 solely on iTunes, the 29-year-old made about $800,000 that night.