T.i. Net Worth

I think it is pretty much the same as his salary.


T.I. started off as a rapper in 1999 since then he has signed a lot of label deals with different labels like; Atlantic Records, EMI, Epic Records and now he’s signed to Hov.

T.I.’s music career started when he was asked to be the lead vocalist on Akon’s single, ‘I Wanna Go’. After winning the Best New Artist award at the 2006 Grammy Awards, and signing to Grand Hustle Records, he released his first studio album, No Mercy, in the same year.


You Can’t Do That!

I have a net worth of twenty million dollars. You can take that to the bank.

As of July 22, 2022, T.I. is estimated to be worth $20 Million.

Early Life 

Clifford Jr. was born in Atlanta in 1980. His father was Clifford Harris Sr. and his mother was Violeta Morgan. The family lived in New York and he often went home to visit his father. He was the second of four children.

Clifford started getting into hip hop when he was in grade school. He dropped out of high school when he was in grade 12.


In 2009, T.I. released his second album ‘T.I.P.’ which continued his successful streak and reached the top 5 spots on the Billboard Hip Hop chart. His success continued in 2011, when he appeared in the music video for his single I Don’t Care which was also the first single from that year’s album ‘T.I. vs. T.I.P.’, which was also a commercial success. The album reached the top 10 spots on the Billboard Hip Hop album chart.

In addition to being the most successful album from him at that time, the album also was nominated for three Grammy Awards, including ‘Best R&B Vocal Performance’ for Drake, Album of the Year and Best R&B Album.

T.I. started his music career in 2000 and has released 5 albums and many singles. His first album titled ‘2100’ was released in 2000 and his second album was titled ‘I Am The Real’ in 2003.

He followed it up with his highly anticipated album ‘Paper Trail’, which became a success, as it debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.

T.I. has a net worth of $20 million dollars in July of 2022.


T.I’s first major hit at the age of 15 was “What You Know About That”, a song produced by Sean Combs, which reached No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100. This feat brought him his first Grammy nomination. In 2004, T.I.’s “Whatever You Like” became the first song in Billboard history to spend three straight months on top of the Hot 100.

Favorite Quotes From T.I 

One of the most famous rapper in the world, T.I. is the founder of the group Three 6 Mafia and host of Tidal Xperience. He is now working with the US government on the development of a Blockchain application.

“My first born son doesn’t have that much in common with us, He is far too smart to try and act dumb, When I’m on his case with a frown, To keep him out of the room, I might as well put on a dress and a wig” – T.I.

 “You can’t go through the kind of things I’ve gone through as much as I have without re-evaluating yourself and making adjustments. And you can’t endure these horrendous circumstances without developing a certain level of strength and wisdom.” – T.I.

2 Life Lessons From T.I

The best lessons you can learn from T.I. is to never give up, especially when you have a successful mindset.

1.  Sell Something 

The greatest thing you can ever sell is an idea or talent that’s why everyone has something to sell.

* Original and paraphrase are two sentences that look quite similar to each other. They are just the first sentence of the paragraph and the last sentence of the paragraph.

2. Love Yourself 

Nobody is gonna love you like you. You’re going to be your best salesman.


T.I. is a popular rapper whose songs have been charted many times. He has collaborated with several rappers and has gained popularity both in the United States of America and the United Kingdom.

In fact, T.I. is always referred to as ‘Tay’.

I’m sorry to hear that you don’t understand the use of quotation marks.

I have a net worth of twenty million dollars. You can take that to the bank.

As of July 22, 2022, T.I. is estimated to be worth $20 Million.

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