Kodak Black Net Worth

How much is Kodak Black worth?

Net Worth:$1 Million
Date of Birth:June 11, 1997 (26 years old)
Height:1.7 m, 5 ft 6 in
Kodak Black Net Worth:
$1 Million

Kodak Black is an American hip hop recording artist. He is best known for his singles “Zeze”, “Tunnel Vision”, “Roll in Peace”, and “No Flockin”. His song “Zeze”, debuted and peaked at number 2, becoming Black’s second top 10 hit on the US Billboard Hot 100. He is also noted for his numerous legal issues. Born Dieuson Octave on June 11, 1997 in Pompano Beach, Florida, USA, he was raised by his mother in Golden Acres. He began his rap journey at the age of 12 after he became a member of a rap group called Brutal Youngnz and adopted the stage name J-Black. He then joined a local rap group called The Kolyons. He legally changed his name “Dieuson Octave” to “Bill K. Kapri” in May 2018. He has a son named King Khalid Octave. According to reports, he has to pay the child’s mother $4,200 every month until 2033 and is also responsible for King’s health insurance costs.

More about the earnings of Kodak Black

Actor Kodak Black has a networth that has to be considered decent.


Kodak Black began his rapping career when he was at school, and he used to go to record music at a drug house in his hometown. He was ready to stuff to enhance his vocabulary. Kodak Black first professional rapping began with a band called Brutal Yungenz when his stage name was J-Black, and then he joined another band called The KoonsKolyons.

Personal Life

Recent rumors say that Kodak Black might be dating the rapper and social media personality Danielle Bregoli.

Inspirational Quotes by Kodak Black

People just see the shine. They don't see the grind, the bags under my eyes. It was a lot of grinding, setbacks... I ain't finna let nothing stop me. Wherever I stop at, I already know who I am.

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I love African American women, but I just don't like my skin complexion.

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My mom, her money going was straight to the bills.

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I was uploading on YouTube and stuff, and they were liking it or whatever. I just kept elevating and elevating. I had little setbacks, but I used them as stepping stones.

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I'm better than Tupac and Biggie. I say that so now you know where my head at.

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