Dax is a Nigerian Canadian rapper and singer who has a net worth of $3 Million. He rose to fame when his singles “She Cheated Again”, “Killshot Freestyle”, and “I Want” went viral. Dax’s hit single “She Cheated Again” picked up some major streams online.
Despite releasing songs, Dax is famous for producing diss tracks aimed at widespread content creators such as RiceGum, Jake Paul, and PewDiePie. His music eventually caught the attention of a major audience which led him to perform at Rolling Loud.
He collaborated with the likes of Hopsin, O.T. Genasis, and Futuristic. At first, he had plans of becoming a professional basketball player but his interest in music made him a rapper. He came to the spotlight following the release of his single “Саѕh Ме оutѕіdе” ft Dаnіеllе Вrеgоlі in 2017.
What is Dax’s Net Worth?
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Dаnіеl Nwоѕu Јr. was born on March 22nd, 1994, in St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada, to Nigerian parents. His father Daniel Nwosu and his mother Juliette used to live in Nigeria before they moved to Ottowa, Ontario, Canada. Dax also has two older sisters Rosen and Andrea.
His father eventually got a job as an engineer in Mississippi while his mom became a nurse after working a hand full of odd jobs. While growing up he opted to pour all his free time into his love for basketball. Eventually, his family moved to the Suburbs of Orleans where he attended Saint Brigid School.
Outside of basketball, he did find other hobbies such as hitting the gym and the trails. Dax ended up attending three different colleges in four and a half years. For his freshman year, he went to a junior college called Саѕреr Соllеgе and for his sophomore year, he went to a division one school Unіvеrѕіtу оf Моntаnа.
For the last two years, Dax was playing basketball on a division two team at Nеwmаn Unіvеrѕіtу. In his senior year, he averaged 20 points per game and led the conference in scoring. In terms of education, he started off studying philosophy, then economics, and finally got a degree in Communications.
Dax developed an interest in music when he started writing poetry in philosophy and Communications classes. In college, he also got a job as an after-hour јаnіtоr and during the work break, he made his first motivational video through his iPhone.
Dax teamed up with one of his friends and began making motivational and poetry-related videos. Soon he started rapping and uploaded this music on YouTube and SoundCloud. Around that same time, he dropped a mixtape “2pac Reincarnation Vol 2: As Told By Dax.” Then in 2017 his single “Cash Me Outside” came out featuring Вhаd Вhаbіе.
In August 2018 Dax released his debut EP “Іt’ѕ Dіffеrеnt Nоw” featuring artists OT Genasis and Futuristic. His tracks “Faster” ft Tech N9ne, and “I don’t want another sorry” ft Trippie Redd, both of which were released in 2020. During the Pandemic he dropped “Coronavirus (State Of Emergency)” in April 2020.
Dax’s second EP “I’ll say it for You” was released in 2020 and would up receiving positive reviews. This 7 track EP also included a hit single “Dear God” which became a massive success, racking up over 50 million streams on Spotify and over 54 million views on YouTube.
The sequel of his single Dear God titled “Child of God,” was released in July 2021 and it received positive reviews as well. Dax announced his debut studio album with the release of its lead single “Propaganda” ft Tom Macdonald in August 2021. The rapper earned success with his single Propaganda, which reached #15 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Digital Song Sales chart at Billboard.
Later he teamed up with Nasty C to release his album’s third single “40 Days, 40 Nights” in October 2021. Eventually, Dax released his debut album “Pain Paints Paintings” on October 15th. This project was dropped under the “Living Legends Entertainment” record.
Dax came to the limelight once again in March 2022 when he uploaded the track “Dear Alcohol.” The song was certified Gold by both the RIAA and Music Canada after debuting at number 28 on the U.S. chart.
In 2019, he was featured in Hopsin’s single “You Should’ve Known.” Later that year he teamed up with Tech N9ne to embark on the “It goes up” tour. In October Dax’s first solo headlining tour was announced named “It’s Different Now Tour.”
Dax made the move to Los Angeles and worked with the likes of Hopsin, Futuristic, and O.T. Genasis. He also met with popular artists including G Eazy, DJ Khaled, YG, and many more.
Some early influences for young Dax were split between sports and music. He looks up to Kobe Bryant and Michael Jordan for their incredible work ethic. On the music side, Dax cites Tupac, Michael Jackson, Elvis, and Marvin Gaye as early influences.
- She Cheated Again (2018)
- I’ll say it for you (Second EP, 2020)
- Dear God (Song, 2020)
- Propaganda (Song, 2021)
- Pain Paints Paintings (Debut album, 2021)
- Dear Alcohol (Song, 2022)
Dax Net Worth
Dax is one of the most talented rappers in the music industry who worked with many big names. He put in an endless amount of hard work in playing basketball and later turned his career into the music industry.
The rapper accumulated a vast chunk of money through releasing albums hit singles and performing in live concerts. Additionally, Dax has nearly 5 million subscribers on his YouTube channel which is a big contributor to his wealth. As of 2023, Dax’s net worth is estimated to be $3 million.
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