EST Gee Net Worth

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Net Worth $ 2,000,000
Real name George Albert Stone III
Source of Wealth Music
Profession Rapper, Songwriter
Date of Birth May 11, 1994
Zodiac Taurus
Age 28
Height 185 cm / 6 ft 0 inch

Summary

EST Gee is an American rapper and songwriter primarily known for his songs “5500 Degree,” “Lick Back,” and “Members only.”

EST Gee has also collaborated with famous rappers like Machine Gun Kelly and 42 Dugg.

The fifth mixtape he released, Bigger Than Life or Death, peaked at number 7 on the Billboard 200 chart on July 21, 2021.

His net worth is estimated at $2 million.

Early Life and Career development

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George Albert Stone III was born on May 11, 1994, in Louisville, Kentucky, to George and Sheila Stone. The rapper has two siblings, Keron Britt and Keona Curtis.[1]

Growing up, he enjoyed listening to Boosie, Gotti, Gucci Mane, and Future. His father also listened to the same genre, so EST Gee found this type of music most relatable.[2]

In 2012, he graduated from St. Xavier High School and received a football scholarship to Indiana State University.[3]

After transferring to Sacramento City College for a year, EST Gee transferred to Stephen F. Austin University for a second time. He dropped out of college in 2016.

The rapper got arrESTed in 2016 for drug trafficking and was sentenced to four months of house arrest.

When EST Gee was under house arrest, he listened to Lil Baby and became inspired to become a rapper.

He started to make his music two years later, and by releasing music on YouTube consistently, he built a name for himself.

His stage name was originally Big Gee, but he changed it to EST Gee, which EST stands for everyone shines together.[4]

"Stains" was his first song released on December 17, 2017, on his YouTube channel under the name "Big Gee."

In June and August 2019, he released, El Toro and Die Bloody (his first and second mixtapes).

As he continued to release videos on YouTube, he became a local celebrity with a large fanbase.

In 2019, the rapper faced a great tragedy. A week after his mother died from leukemia, his brother was killed.[5]

Before losing his mother and brother, EST Gee was shot five times in Louisville after finishing a video shoot with Sada Baby.[6]

Having been through tragedy in his life, he decided to release his third mixtape. On March 6, 2020, EST Gee dropped “Ion Feel Nun,” which brought him mainstream attention. The album was seen as the artist's disconnection from his emotions in light of the tragic events occurring in his life.[7]

In addition to the successful “Ion Feel Nun,” the rapper has recorded “I Still Don't Feel Nun” and “I Never Felt Nun.”

In January 2021, EST Gee signed a record deal with Collective Music Group, Interscope Records, and Warlike. He also collaborated with the man who inspired him to become a rapper- Lil Baby, on the single “Real as It Gets,” which peaked at number 34 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

In 2021 he released his fifth mixtape named “Bigger Than Life or Death. ” The mixtape featured famous artists such as Lil Durk, Young Thug, Future, and Pooh ShiESTy.

The mixtape opened at #7 on the Billboard 200 with 30K units. The artist then dropped Bigger Than Life or Death pt2.

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Wrapping Up

EST Gee is a rapper and songwriter from the United States. He is most famous for his songs "5500 Degree," "Lick Back," and "Members only."

Throughout the course of his career, he has collaborated with multiple notable rappers like Young Thug, MGK, and Future.

His net worth is estimated at $2 million.

References

  1. Est Gee. (2022, December 08). Retrieved December 21, 2022, from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EST_Gee

  2. Robbyseabrookiii. (2021, March 03). The break presents: Est Gee. Retrieved December 21, 2022, from https://www.xxlmag.com/est-gee-interview-the-break/

  3. (n.d.). Retrieved December 21, 2022, from https://gosycamores.com/sports/football/roster/george-stone-iii/2870

  4. Centeno, T. (2022, September 16). Est Gee reveals how he got MGK, Jack Harlow & More on his new album. Retrieved December 21, 2022, from https://thebreakfastclub.iheart.com/content/2022-09-16-est-gee-reveals-how-he-got-mgk-jack-harlow-more-on-his-new-album/

  5. Rose, J. (2021, May 05). How est gee blew up without changing a damn thing. Retrieved December 21, 2022, from https://www.complex.com/music/est-gee-interview-may-2021

  6. Est Gee developing cataract, losing eyesight in Left Eye three years since video shoot incident. (2022, November 29). Retrieved December 21, 2022, from https://www.stlamerican.com/arts_and_entertainment/hot_sheet/est-gee-developing-cataract-losing-eyesight-in-left-eye-three-years-since-video-shoot-incident/article_c0429970-702f-11ed-95f3-e76e70c3372d.html

  7. Attard, P. (2022, September 21). Est Gee 'I never felt nun' review: Workmanlike but redundant. Retrieved December 21, 2022, from https://www.slantmagazine.com/music/est-gee-i-never-felt-nun-album-review/