How much is Ace Hood worth? Ace Hood is worth $5 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth, and while that’s not as much money as he might have made as a pro football player, it’s not too shabby. Born Antoine McCollister on May 11, 1988, in Port St. Lucie, Florida, Ace grew up dreaming of the NFL, and if not for an injury in the 10th grade, he might have followed that path. Instead, he turned to hip-hop, and by the time he turned 17, he’d begun recording for the local Dollaz & Dealz imprint. In 2007, he got his demo tape to DJ Khaled, and the influential Miami rap figure signed the youngster to his We the Best Music label. In 2008, Ace Hood dropped “Gutta,” his debut LP, and while the record didn’t exactly light up the pop charts — it topped out at No. 36 on the Billboard 200 — it was a No. 2 Rap hit, and just like that, the Florida MC was on his way.

Ace Hood’s net worth of $5 million derives mostly from his four studio albums: “Gutta,” “Ruthless” (2009), “Blood, Sweat & Tears” (2011), and “Trials & Tribulations” (2013). Ace has also issued a ton of mixtapes, the most recent of which, “Starvation III,” hit the streets in January 2014. Now that Ace Hood is part of the Cash Money family — he signed with the label in 2013 — he’s likely to start making a lot more bank, and when he gets around to dropping his fifth full-length, it’s sure to feature guest appearances from some of the biggest names in the game.

How much is Ace Hood worth compared to other famous rappers? Obviously, his $5 million doesn’t put him up there with the Dres, Jays, and Kanyes of the world, but he’s doing OK for himself. For instance, Ace’s $5 million fortune puts him just ahead of Waka Flocka Flame, who’s sitting on $4.5 million, and he’s doing way better than, say, Gucci Mane, who checks in with $100,000.

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