Flo Rida (born Tramar Lacel Dillard) is a 3-time Grammy Award-nominated rapper, singer & songwriter, turned professional since 2000. The American rapper got a breakthrough to fame through 2007 single ‘Low’a 9-time RIAA: Platinum that charted #1 in Billboard Hot 100 for 10 consecutive weeks.

With nearly 2 decades of career journey in the rap industry, Flo Rida is considered one of the best selling artists & records over 100 million sales worldwide.

So far, the Teen Choice Award-winning rapper has released 4 studio albums and many multi-Platinum songs: In the Ayer, Right Round, Good Feeling, Wild Ones, G.D.F.R., and House.

What Is Rapper Flo Rida’s Net Worth In 2020?

According to Celebrity Net Worth & The Richest, the 40-year-old rapper has a net worth of $30 million as of July 2020.

Breakthrough To Fame & Success

Starting his music career journey in 2000 at the age of 21, Flo Rida ventured in the hip-hop group Hot Boyz & later signed with record label Poe Boy Entertainment in 2006.

The Carol City, Florida-native attracted wide fame after he released his debut hit-single Low in 2007 from the debut album Mail on Sunday (2008).

His debut album sold over 450,000 copies in the US & peaked #4 in Billboard 200, making it his most-successful album so far.

Until now, Flo Rida has released 36 singles, 4 studio albums & 4 EPs, all under the record label with Poe Boy Entertainment.

His 4th (most recent) EP, My House (released on April 7, 2015) charted #14 in Billboard 200; the EP consists of the RIAA: Platinum-certified songs: G.D.F.R., I Don’t Like It, I Love It, and My House.

Here is the list of Flo Rida’s albums’ chart position in Billboard 200:

  1. Mail on Sunday (March 20, 2008)- Charted #4 in Billboard 200
  2. R.O.O.T.S. (March 31, 2009)#8 in Billboard 200 (sold 300,000 copies in USA)
  3. Only One Flo (Part 1) (on November 24, 2010)– Ranked #107 (100,000 sales in the USA)
  4. Wild Ones (July 3, 2012)- Charted #14 (sold 320,000 copies the USA)

Did you know? His 2007 song ‘Low’ broke the digital download sales record at the time of release; the record was broken by his 2009 single ‘Right Round’ after 636,000 digital sales in a week.

Earnings From Albums & List Of Hit Songs

Albums Earnings Hit Songs (certification by RIAA)
Mail on Sunday (2008) $497,000 Low (9-time Platinum)
Elevator (Platinum)
In the Ayer (2-time Platinum)
R.O.O.T.S. (2009) $324,000 Right Round (7-time Platinum) ft. Kesha
Sugar (Platinum) ft. Wynter
Only One Flo (Part 1) (2010) $110,500 Good Feeling (5-time Platinum)
Wild Ones (5-time Platinum) ft. Sia

Whistle (5-time Platinum)

I Cry (2-time Platinum)

Wild Ones (2012) $550,000 G.D.F.R (4-time Platinum)

I Don’t Like It, I Love It (Platinum)

My House (6-time Platinum)

Check out his earnings from hit singles as well:

  1. Club Can’t Handle Me featuring David Guetta- $2.9 million
  2. Wild Ones featuring Sia- $3 million
  3. Good Feeling– $3.4 million
  4. Right Round ft. Kesha-  Grossed $5.2 million
  5. Low featuring T-Pain- $6.4 million

Here is the list of Flo Rida’s EPs:

  1. iTunes Live: London Festival ’09 (released on July 15, 2009)
  2. Hits Mix (December 1, 2009)
  3. Good Feeling (April 6, 2012)
  4. My House (April 7, 2015)

What Are Flo Rida’s Other Income Sources?

The 6 ft. 3 inches tall American rapper gets hands on a considerable sum of money through merchandise sales & endorsements.

His merch includes Flo-Tallica Sticker, VIP Towel, tanks, T-shirt & smartphone cases.

On his Instagram (@official_flo), Flo Rida often promotes Gucci, CELSIUS Energy Drink, JetSetter Nutrition, to name a few. According to Influencer Marketing Hub, the rapper’s Instagram with 808K followers has the potential to earn him $2,411 – $4,018 per sponsored post.

Owns A Gold Chrome Bugatti Veyron: Houses & Other Assets

Obsessed with golds, the Carol City, Florida-born hip-hop star often showcases his jewels on social media; it includes gold chains, ring & a collection of gold-encrusted shoes.

He is famously known for owning a Bugatti Veyron, with a flashy gold chrome finish. As for a fact, the base price of a Veyron is around $1.7 million.

Flo Rida's gold chorme Bugatti Veyron
Flo Rida’s gold chorme Bugatti Veyron
Source: Daily Mail

Furthermore, his collection of other luxurious rides include Mercedes Maybach and Mercedes Benz CL.

Where Does He Live?

Rapper Flo Rida’s current residence is in Southwest Ranches, Florida, though, the details on its purchase & other features are yet to be out.

In 2017, he bought another house in Florida from his producer Elric “E-Class” Prince for a reported $1.04 million. The property spread on 7,199-square-foot in North Links Country Club area of Hialeah features 5 bedrooms & 5 bathrooms.

Rapper Flo Rida's mansion in Hialeah, Florida which he bought in 2017
Rapper Flo Rida’s mansion in Hialeah, Florida which he bought in 2017
Source: Realtor

As per Realtor, the mansion’s former owner Eric bought the 1988-built structure in 2012 for $520,000 & upgraded it before handing over the keys to Flo Rida.

Pays Child Support: Who Is His Baby Mama?

The ‘Right Round’ rapper is father to a son named, Zohar Paxton, born in September 2016. His baby mother is Alexis Adams, an actress, who briefly had a relationship with Flo Rida from December 2015 to January 2016.

In May 2018, the rapper became a major subject of celebrity gossips after he refused to pay a visit to his autistic son, even after the child went under brain surgery.

In the past years, Alexis filed a case against Flo Rida for additional child support; he was then paying $5,000-a-month. Meanwhile, no updates on the issue are out.

Family Background & Early Career

Flo Rida was born on September 17, 1979, in Carol City, Florida, the USA. His real name is Tramar Lacel Dillard & is the youngest of 8 children (all 7 sisters) of his parents. One of Flo Rida’s sisters Julia died due to bronchitis.

While in 9th grade, Tramar began his career as a rapper with an amateur rap group called the GroundHoggz, though, saw closed doors from record labels.

After his high school graduation in 1998, he briefly attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, and Barry University. Later, Flo Rida returned to his home town & signed with independent record label Poe Boy Entertainment.