Antoine McColister professionally known as Ace Hood is a famous American rapper and record producer. At the age of 17, Ace Hood started to working with Dollaz & Dealz but his career kicks off after the release of his first album called “Gutta.”
Ace wanted to be a footballer, but he got injured during a football game in the 10th grade and left with very little chances to resume the career in football. At that moment, Ace Hood decided to make a career in rapping. Now let’s have a close look on Ace Hood’s net worth in 2019.
Hood was born on May 11, 1988, in Florida and raised by his mother. Hood attended the Deerfield Beach High School. After the injury, he started considering rapping as a career and joined a group called Dollaz & Dealz. Ace Hood released a single entitled “M.O.E” with Dollaz & Dealz in 2006. After that, DJ Khaled, a famous rapper, and record producer signed him, and Ace released his first album in 2008.
Ace Hood and Shanice Tyria Sarratt are the friends for a long time, and they had twin girls, Lyric McColister and Sailor Blu McColister born in 2011. Lyric McColister died soon after the birth due to health complications.
Ace Hood met DJ Khaled in 2007 and gave the demo tape to him. Khaled asked the hood to perform his song “I’M So Hood” which was appeared in Khaled second album, We the Best. Khaled really liked the Ace Hood style and signed him. Ace Hood released his first album, Gutta, in 2008 and singles such as Cash Flow, featuring T-Pain and Ross and Ride, featuring Trey, were overwhelmingly praised by critics and brought him the public attention. The Gutta peaked at number 36 on the Billboard 200 music chart and able to sell more than 24,000 copies in its first week.
In 2009, He released his second album, Ruthless. The ruthless first single titled, Overtime produced by The Runners and featured Akon and T-Pain and the second single titled, Loco Wit the Cake, were most appreciated by the audience. The Ruthless debuted at number 23 on the Billboard 200 music chart and managed to sell more than 20,000 copies in its first week of release. Hood released his third album called, Blood, Sweat & Tears in 2011. The Blood, Sweat & Tears first single, Hustle Hard became his highest charting solo single and debuted at number 60 on the Billboard Hot 100 music chart.
Ace Hood announced the release the release of his fourth album, Trials & Tribulations on January 16, 2013. In next month, he released the album first single titled, Bugatti featuring Ross and Future and became his most successful song. He released another album titled, Body Bag 3 in 2014.
Awards & Achievements:
• Although Ace Hood songs drew public attention, he is unable to get any award yet. He is nominated several times, and some of his notable nominations are listed below.
• In 2011, he got a nomination for BET Hip-Hop Award in the category of Best Club Banger for Hustle Hard.
• Ace Hood was nominated in 2013 for BET Hip-Hop Award for Bugatti.
• In the same year, he was nominated for BET Hip-Hop Award in the category of Track of the Year for Bugatti.
Net Worth of Ace Hood
How rich is Ace? American rap star and record producer Ace Hood estimated net worth is $5 million. Ace Hood earned most of his wealth from sales of his album. He earned $108,000 from the sales of Blood, Sweat & Tear and in 2013; he earned $65,000 from the sale of his fourth album.
Ace Hood born as Antoine McColister is a famous American rapper and record producer. He wanted to be a footballer, but an injury during a match forced him to make a career in another field. He decided to become a rapper, and in a short period, he earned enough respect among the audience.