With three studio albums, two mixtapes, four headlining tours and six Grammy nominations under his belt, rapper and producer Travis Scott has an enviable net worth. But it’s chump change alongside the net worth of on-and-off girlfriend Kylie Jenner.
The Houston-born musician got his big break in 2012 when he signed as an artist with Epic Records and a producer with GOOD Music. (Coincidentally, the founder of GOOD is none other than Kanye West, now-estranged husband of Kylie’s half-sister Kim Kardashian.)
Since then, Travis released two mixtapes — 2013’s Owl Pharaoh and 2014’s Days Before Rodeo — and three studio albums — 2015’s Rodeo and 2016’s Bird in the Trap Sing McKnight and 2018’s Astroworld, all of which are certified Platinum. He landed his first Grammy nomination in 2014 for his work on Justin Bieber’s album Purpose, then raked in another five for his own work.
All that success — both in and out of the recording booth — translates into big dollar signs, of course. According to Celebrity Net Worth, Travis is worth approximately $50 million. Of course, the chart-topping lyricist will be worth a lot more if he and Kylie combine bank accounts. We’re not saying he’s a gold digger, but the beauty guru is loaded … and she’s nearly six years his junior!
Kylie topped Forbes’ richest celebrities list in June 2020, worth an estimated $900 million. How did she make such an incredible amount of money so early in life? Well, she was born into a wealthy family, of course, but she’s also becoming quite the makeup mogul. Thanks to Kylie Cosmetics, this Hollywood heiress has racked up $60 million when she publicly traded 51% of the company to Coty Inc. in November 2019. While Forbes named Kylie the youngest self-made billionaire that same year, her status was revoked in 2020 after the magazine accused her of providing false tax statements.
Between her net worth and Travis’, their daughter, Stormi, won’t want for anything. The pair, who welcomed their baby girl in February 2018, split in 2019 and are always spending time with their pride and joy.