|Net Worth:||$2.5 Million|
|Born:||April 1, 1986|
|Country of Origin:||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth:||Professional Rapper|
Brian Todd Collins, best known by his stage name Kid Ink, is an American rapper, singer, and record producer from Los Angeles.
As of 2020, Kid Ink’s net worth is approximately $2.5 Million dollars.
Brian Todd Collins was born on the 1st of April, 1986, in Los Angeles. During his younger years, he attended after-school music programs, where he produced hip-hop beats and tracks.
He later signed to his spearheaded record label, Tha Alumni Group label, and its joint-label: ’88 Classic’. Collins also changed his stage name to Kid Ink, in respect for a label-mate, DJ Ro.
Kid Ink began his career by producing music that crossed boundaries and refused to adhere to any restrictive definitions. Ink took up the stage name ‘Rockstar’ in 2009 and dropped the mixtape ‘World Tour’ exclusively to digital media outlets the next year.
He adopted the moniker ‘Kid Ink’ in 2010, releasing his second mixtape ‘Crash Landing’ to mark the occasion. ‘Up & Away’, his first studio album, was released in CD and LP format in 2012. The album featured 6 singles including ‘Time of Your Life’, ‘Lost in the Sauce’, and ‘Dripping’.
He dropped his second studio album ‘My Own Lane’ on January 7, 2014. The album topped the ‘US Rap Albums’ chart and reached at #2 spot on the ‘US R&B/Hip-Hop’ chart.
On February 9, 2016, the album was certified Gold by ‘RIAA’. ‘Show Me’, the lead single from the album, which features a hook from Chris Brown, was certified double Platinum. He launched his sixth mixtape ‘4B’s’ (a collaborative effort with ‘Batgang’) on August 26, 2014.
Kid Ink released his fourth and latest studio album ‘Summer in the Winter’ on Christmas Day, 2015. It featured Akon, Fetty Wap, and Bia, among others. He put out his seventh mixtape on September 20, 2016, titled, ‘RSS2’.
As of 2020, Kid Ink’s net worth is $2.5 Million dollars.
Here are some of the best highlights of Kid Ink’s career:
- Show Me (Song, 2014)
- My Own Lane (Album, 2014)
- Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer: Song (2015) – Won
- Promise (Song, 2015)
- F With U (Song, 2017)
Favorite Quotes from Kid Ink
“I try to be true to myself yet still at the same time look at comments and look at what the fans have to say and kind of put it in perspective. I’m never someone whose not open for opinion, I’m always just down to make it work and see how we can do things but at the end of the day I always want to make sure it represents me. It’s really about just being humble and not selling yourself on being there already.” – Kid Ink
“I think people think that labels can get you features more than you can get your own. I just don’t work like that.” – Kid Ink
“I’m going to be a singer. So I’m able to use that when I write. I’m actually playing the beat with my voice. Instead of thinking about coming up with melodies, it’s like filling in the instruments. So sometimes it’s better to have beaten with fewer melodies in them because then I can play more with my vocals.” – Kid Ink
“I still let myself be a fan of music and that motivates me to want to be better than certain people or just getting the same love. Nothing is new under the sun so you can’t be afraid to take things from others and try to flip them and make them your own at the end of the day.” – Kid Ink
“I love hitting the stage and I don’t think I could trade that for sitting in the basement making beats.” – Kid Ink
3 Motivational Lessons from Kid Ink
Now that you know all about Kid Ink’s net worth, and how he achieved success; let’s take a look at some of the most motivational lessons we can learn from him about the society:
1. Buy the Things You Really Want
Too many people spend money they earned.. to buy things they don’t want.. to impress people that they don’t like.
2. Keep Fighting
The world ain’t all sunshine and rainbows. It is a very mean and nasty place and it will beat you to your knees and keep you there permanently if you let it. You, me, or nobody is gonna hit as hard as life.
3. Show People Your Success Life as a Revenge
The best revenge is a massive success.
Kid Ink began to make beats when he was 16 years old. Today, Kid Ink’s songs have been listened to all over the world. He was one of the featured artists in the 2012 ‘XXL’ magazine’s ‘Freshman Class’.
His song ‘Ride Out’ was included in the soundtrack of the 2015 film ‘Furious 7’.
As of 2020, Kid Ink’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $2.5 Million dollars.