Saweetie Net Worth
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Gender||Santa Clara, California, U.S.|
|Date of Birth||Jul 2, 1993 (28 years old)|
Saweetie Net Worth:
What is the net worth of Saweetie?
Saweetie is an American rapper who has a net worth of $4 million. Saweetie rose to prominence in 2018 with the release of her debut single “Icy Grl.” She subsequently released the EPs “High Maintenance” and “Icy,” with the latter spawning the smash song “My Type.” The tracks “Tap In” and “Best Friend” by Saweetie from her debut studio album “Pretty Bitch Music” were also successful.
Childhood and Education
Saweetie, whose birth name is Diamonté Quiava Valentin Harper, was born in Santa Clara, California on July 2, 1993. Her mother, Trinidad, is Filipina-Chinese, while her father, Johnny, is African-American. Saweetie was raised in the Sacramento region, where she attended Merrill F. West High School and Monterey Trail High School. At age 13, she began composing her own songs. Saweetie first attended San Diego State University before transferring to the University of Southern California to complete her communications degree.
Saweetie began uploading short raps on her Instagram account in 2012. Her track “Icy Grl” was inspired by Khia’s song “My Neck, My Back (Lick It),” which she rapped to in one of her videos. Saweetie went on to release the song on her SoundCloud page in 2017, drawing the attention of producer and A&R executive Max Gousse, who eventually became her manager. Her freestyle rap “High Maintenance” became a viral success on Instagram and Twitter in 2017.
In February of 2018, Saweetie signed with Warner Bros. Records and its subsidiary Artistry Worldwide, and in the same month she founded her own record label, Icy Records. Her debut EP on a big label, “High Maintenance,” was released in March. The track “Icy Grl” was certified Gold in June and multi-Platinum by the RIAA in September of the following year.
Saweetie released her second big label EP named “Icy” in March of 2019. It yielded the track “My Type,” which earned her debut entry on the Billboard Hot 100 and peaked at number 21. A remix of the song featuring City Girls and Jhené Aiko was released that summer.
“Pretty Bitch Music” as well as Additional Singles and EPs
Saweetie had her greatest professional success to date in June of 2020, when the first track from her forthcoming debut album “Pretty Bitch Music” was published. “Tap In” peaked at number 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Later, rappers DaBaby, Jack Harlow, and Post Malone remixed the song. In October, Saweetie released “Back to the Streets” starring Jhené Aiko as the second single from his album. Later, in January of 2021, she released her third song, “Best Friend,” which featured Doja Cat and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rap Song. Additionally, Saweetie was nominated for Best New Artist.
Saweetie released her third EP, “Pretty Summer Playlist: Season 1,” in April of 2021. The EP includes the tracks “Risky” and “Talkin’ Bout.” She released “Fast (Motion),” the fourth single from “Pretty Bitch Music,” the following month. In November, Saweetie released a second single titled “Icy Chain,” which he also performed on “Saturday Night Live.” The track is on her fourth EP, titled “Icy Season.”
Collaborations within the Music Industry
In 2020, Saweetie collaborated with rapper Tay Money on “Bussin 2.0.” In the same year, she collaborated with Lauv on Ava Max’s “Kings & Queens, Part 2” Saweetie collaborated with the British girl group Little Mix on a remix of the song “Confetti” in April of 2021.
Saweetie is interested in the realms of business and entrepreneurship in addition to music. She collaborated with the UK-based fashion brand PrettyLittleThing to showcase a capsule apparel line at New York Fashion Week in 2019. The subsequent year, Saweetie became the spokesperson for KISS Colors edge fixer glue. In addition, she has her own jewelry collection and co-branded beauty line. Saweetie has also established brand relationships with McDonald’s and Sinful Colors by Revlon.
Radio and Television Appearances
Saweetie has made several appearances on television programs. In January of 2020, she appeared on “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out” on VH1. Later, she made her acting debut on the ABC comedy “Grown-ish” as Indigo, a recurring character. Saweetie has also performed on “Saturday Night Live,” presented the Netflix comedy special “Sex: Unzipped,” and featured as a guest on the Netflix reality cookery show “Cooking with Paris.”
In September of 2018, Saweetie began dating Migos member and musician Quavo. A few years later, she stated on social media that they were no longer together after Quavo’s infidelity was uncovered. A video subsequently emerged depicting the two in a violent altercation.