Gucci Mane vs Jay Z

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Hip Hop Singer
$15 Million
Net worth 2018
$19.3 Million
Singers
Industry
Other
Bessemer, Alabama, United States
Residence
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
United States
Country
United States
12/02/1980
BirthDay
04/12/1969
1.89 m
Height
1.87 m
Children
1
NET WORTH STATISTIC
TIMELINE
2016

He released his 10th indie album ‘Woptober’ on 14 October 2016 and ended the year on a high note by coming up with his 10th studio record ‘The Return of East Atlanta Santa’

2014

The years 2014 to 2016 saw Gucci at his prolific best as he released closed to 30 mixtapes, apart from unveiling digital records, and collaborative albums

2013

In 2013, Gucci posted a string of defamatory tweets on Twitter against several hip-hop artists and rappers including but not limited to Nicki Minaj, Jay Z, and Kendrick

2012

In 2012, Gucci also came up with the mixed tapes titled ‘I’m Up’ and ‘Trap God’

2011

Gucci recorded and released albums like ‘Ferrari Boyz’ and ‘BAYTL’ by collaborating with ‘Waka Flocka Flame’ and ‘V-Nasty’ correspondingly in 2011

2010

“Gucci Time” the opening track from the album debuted on his MySpace profile on 6 August 2010

2009

In May 2009, Gucci Mane secured a recording deal with Warner Bros

2007

His first commercial label release was ‘Back to the Trap House’ unveiled in 2007 that included a remix of “Freaky Gurl”

2006

Gucci’s second independent album, ‘Hard to Kill’ was up for sale in 2006; the album included the popular single “Freaky Gurl” which eventually claimed the 12th spot on Hot Rap Tracks

2005

Four years later, in 2005, Gucci Mane while hanging out with his friends, fired at another group resulting in the death of one in an act of self-defense

2004

Gucci in his professional career, starting from 2004 till date, has composed, recorded, and released a comprehensive array of single tracks, indie, studio, and collaborative albums as well as mixtapes

2002

In 2002, he, as an associate member of ‘Sign Yourself Click’, signed a deal with SYS Records and also established his recording label ‘LaFlare Entertainment’ by teaming up with Zaytoven, record producer and DJ

2001

Gucci released an album ‘La Flare’ under the record label ‘Str8 Drop Records’ in 2001 when he was 22

1980

Radric Delantic Davis with stage name Gucci Mane was born in Birmingham county of Alabama on 12 February 1980

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Prominent amongst his mixtapes include ‘Young Thugga Mane La Flare’, ‘Big Gucci Sosa’, East Atlanta Santa’, and ‘1017 Mafia: Incarcerated’

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Approximately 1000 CDs of this album were distributed publicly

2017

On June 18, 2017, Beyoncé's father Mathew Knowles confirmed that she had given birth to twins with Jay-Z

2015

In July 2015, Carter invested $20 million in JetSmarter, an app that lets people book private executive plane rides in seconds

2014

In 2014, Jay-Z invested $200 million in Armand de Brignac champagne owned Sovereign Brands, a New York-based wine and spirits company for a 100 percent stake, making it the second alcoholic product acquisition in his financial investment portfolio

2013

Jay-Z has previously stated in a song that "the greatest form of giving is anonymous to anonymous" and, in 2013, it was revealed by author dream hampton, who co-wrote Jay-Z's book Decoded, that he quietly established a trust fund for Sean Bell's children

2012

A Syracuse University finance professor also gave similar opinions, pointing to Jay-Z's only giving $6,000 to charity after making $63 million in 2012

2011

In April 2011, it was widely reported that Jay-Z had outbid executives at Universal Records and Jive Records to acquire independent record label Block Starz Music

2010

" During the 2010 mid-term elections' campaign, Jay-Z appeared, along with other artists, in an ad prepared by the HeadCount organization, urging voters, and especially younger ones, to register and vote

2009

In January 2009, Forbes ranked them as Hollywood's top-earning couple, with a combined total of $162 million

2008

By 2008, Jay-Z was actively involved in the 2008 presidential campaign, where he supported increased voter participation and helped send voters to polling stations

2007

In March 2007, Jay-Z sold the rights to the Rocawear brand to Iconix Brand Group, for $204 million

2006

In 2006, Jay-Z appeared with Russell Simmons in a PSA combatting racism and anti-Semitism organized by the Foundation for Ethnic Understanding

2005

In October 2005, he was reported in English media as considering buying a stake of Arsenal F

2004

Later in 2004, Jay-Z was named president of Def Jam Records, which led to Jay-Z, Dash and Biggs selling their remaining interests in Roc-A-Fella Records and Jay-Z taking control of both of the companies

2003

In 2003, Jay-Z, together with his mother, founded The Shawn Carter Foundation, which has assisted eligible students facing socio-economic hardships through college

2002

In 2002, Jay-Z and Beyoncé collaborated for the song "'03 Bonnie & Clyde"

2001

In October 2001, Jay-Z pleaded guilty to stabbing record producer Lance Rivera at the Kit Kat Klub in New York City in 1999

2000

When he was indicted in Manhattan Criminal Court in late January 2000, he pleaded not guilty; he and his lawyers contended that they had witnesses and videotapes proving he had been nowhere near Rivera during the incident

1999

On December 1, 1999, Jay-Z, who had come to believe that record executive Lance "Un" Rivera was behind the bootlegging of Vol

1997

After reaching a new distribution deal with Def Jam in 1997, Jay-Z released his follow-up In My Lifetime, Vol

1996

After striking a distribution deal with Priority, Jay-Z released his 1996 debut album Reasonable Doubt with beats from acclaimed producers such as DJ Premier and Super DJ Clark Kent and an appearance by The Notorious B

1995

"With no major label to give him a record deal, Jay-Z sold CDs out of his car and, with Damon Dash and Kareem Biggs, created Roc-A-Fella Records as an independent label in 1995

1994

He first became known to a wide audience on the posse cut "Show and Prove" on the 1994 Big Daddy Kane album Daddy's Home

1990

" Jay-Z became embroiled in several battles with rapper LL Cool J in the early 1990s

1988

He was also ranked the 88th-greatest artist of all time by Rolling Stone

1982

Jay-Z claims in his lyrics that in 1982 at age 12, he shot his older brother in the shoulder for stealing his jewelry

1980

At the start of the album's first single, "Blue Magic", Jay-Z offers a dealer's manifesto while making references to political figures of the late 1980s with the lyric: "Blame Reagan for making me to into a monster, blame Oliver North and Iran-Contra, I ran contraband that they sponsored, before this rhymin' stuff we was in concert

1970

Fela! is a story about an African pioneer and political activist who made his first moves on the scene during the 1970s

1969

Shawn Corey Carter (born December 4, 1969), known professionally as JAY-Z, is an American rapper and businessman

1956

They performed this song together at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards opening