What is Juvenile's net worth? New Orleans honors rapper with Back That Azz Up day

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Back That Azz Up rapper recently got honoured by New Orleans (Image via Getty)

To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the song Back That Azz Up, New Orleans dedicated a day to Juvenile's hit song. Released on June 11, 1998, from the album 400 Degrees, it became his biggest hit. The anniversary coincided with a nationwide tour and the official announcement. Mayor LaToya Cantrell honored the song's significance with a proclamation.

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Fox 8 Live reported that Cantrell said-

“I really wasn’t keeping up with the dates until one of my guys educated me. It’s crazy. It’s great to have all these accolades but it’s better to enjoy it with your family and the guys who made it happen. I really wasn’t expecting it.”

Celebrity Net Worth stated that the net worth of American rapper and producer Juvenile is $500,000. He was once a part of the hip-hop group The Hot Boys and is most renowned for his work with Cash Money Records.


Rapper Juvenile’s source of income is mostly from his songs

Juvenile's song Back That Azz Up became very popular (Image via IMDb)
Juvenile's song Back That Azz Up became very popular (Image via IMDb)

American rapper Juvenile is best known for his work with Birdman's Cash Money Records in the late 1990s and early 2000s, both as a solo artist and with The Hot Boys. According to Celebrity Net Worth, his estimated net worth in 2024 is $500,000, reflecting the peak of his musical career and other ventures.

His music profession is the primary source of his net worth. The rapper, who has multiple albums under his belt, including the platinum-selling 400 Degreez, has made money through digital streams and album sales.

Following his signing to Warlock Records in 1995, the artist put out his debut album, Being Myself (1995). Although performing very well in local circles, it did not receive much attention nationally.

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Following that, he signed with Cash Money, and his second and third albums, Solja Rags (1997) and 400 Degreez (1998) marked his mainstream breakthrough.

Juvenile's career took another significant turn in 1997 when he joined the hip-hop group The Hot Boys. Turk, Lil Wayne, and B.G., three other Cash Money rappers, made up the ensemble. The group's first album, Get It How U Live!, was released in October 1997.

400 Degreez was backed by the singles Ha and Back That Azz Up, which were his debut entries on the Billboard Hot 100. The album reached number nine on the Billboard 200 and was certified quadruple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America.

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After that, Project English was the next major smash album by Juvenile. During the week of its release, the album sold over 200,000 copies thanks to the hit single Set it Off. Later on, he unexpectedly released Rejuvenation, his 10th album.

The Fundamentals, the rapper's 11th studio album, was released on February 18, 2014. He then formally revealed and verified his new contract with Cash Money on October 28, 2014. Just Another Gangsta, Juvenile and Birdman's collaborative album, was released on March 28, 2019.

He not only recorded his own songs but also started his own record company, UTP Records, with the help of his older brother Corey and longtime manager Aubrey Francis.


Juvenile has launched a big North American tour to commemorate the 25th anniversary of his song. The announcement coincides with the city of New Orleans' official designation of June 11 as Back That Azz Up Day.

The rapper from New Orleans is currently getting ready for a multi-city tour that will begin in New Orleans on July 7, as well as a new album and a reunion with the Hot Boys.

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