How much is Kid Ink worth? Kid Ink is worth $200,000, according to Celebrity Net Worth, and while that’s a rather small some compared to some of the biggest names in hip-hop, this 28-year-old rapper has only been in the game for a few years. Kid Ink was born Brian Todd Collins on April 1, 1986, in Los Angeles, California. While he’s now known around the world for his rapping — the hit single “Show Me,” featuring Chris Brown, climbed to no. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 — Kid Ink originally wanted to be a producer. As he told USA Today, he was initially inspired by the likes of Timbaland and Pharrell Williams, and growing up, he would make beats and backing tracks at his after-school program.

Kid Ink’s net worth is the result of a string of mixtapes, one EP, and two studio albums, “Up & Away” and “My Own Lane.” The latter, his major label debut, is the one that’s likely bumped up his bank account the most, since the disc spawned three hit singles, among them the aforementioned “Show Me.” Follow-up singles “Iz U Down” and “Main Chick” didn’t fare as well on the pop charts, but they made the Top 10 on Billboard’s Rap tally, proving he’s beloved by fans of the genre. He’s also a favorite among critics, and in 2012, after he’d dropped a string of acclaimed mixtapes, he made XXL Magazine’s “freshman class.” While he’s yet to achieve the fame of Macklemore and Future, two of his fellow 2012 XXL honorees, it’s early in his career, and he may still become a household name.

How much is Kid Ink worth compared to other famous rappers? With his $200,000 fortune, Kid Ink is nowhere near Dr. Dre, Puff Daddy, or Jay Z, who come in first, second, and third place on the list of the 50 richest rappers. According to Celebrity Net Worth, those three hip-hop moguls are worth $800, $700, and $550 million, respectively. Kid Ink has yet to join the seven-figure club, but he’s within striking distance of dudes like Meek Mill, who’s sitting on $1.5 million. Another hit record or two, and Kid Ink will be ballin’ with the best of ’em.

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