Ace Hood Net Worth 2020, Biography, Education, and Career.
Ace Hood Net Worth 2020– McCollister, infamous of his stage name as Ace Hood is a rapper born and raised in Florida.
Ace hood rose to prominence in 2007 when he met DJ Khaled in a radio station that plays hip hop and contemporary R&B music.
Ace Hood was born in Port St. Lucie, Florida, on May 11, 1988, and was raised by his mother with his younger cousin Ty Barton, Jr. in Deerfield Beach, part of Broward County.
Following a football injury in the 10th grade, and after realizing he wouldn’t be able to go pro, the Broward County native began to seriously consider rapping as a career.
So Hood teamed up with a local group called Dollaz & Dealz and released a single titled “M.O.E.” in 2006. He also began promoting himself via open mic events and talent shows around town.
Hood and his longtime girlfriend, Shanice Tyria Sarratt, had twin girls, Lyric and Sailor Blu McCollister, on May 25, 2011. Lyric died shortly after birth due to health complications.
He graduated from Deerfield Beach High School.
In 2007, he met DJ Khaled outside the office of the WEDR 99 Jamz radio station.
After Hood gave Khaled an autobiography and his demo tape, Khaled asked Hood to do a freestyle over the instrumental of his song “I’m So Hood” from his second album, We the Best, and later signed Hood to his We the Best Music Group label.
Hood was named, along with several others, on the Freshmen of ’09 by XXL magazine.
His first album, Gutta, was released in 2008. Singles included “Cash Flow” featuring T-Pain and Rick Ross, and “Ride” featuring Trey Songz. Hood also released mixtapes called Ace Won’t Fold and All Bets On Ace.
He made a guest performance among several rappers on DJ Khaled’s single “Out Here Grindin'”, also featuring Akon, Rick Ross, Plies, Lil Boosie and Trick Daddy, which peaked at number 38 on the Billboard Hot 100.
It is from Khaled’s third studio album We Global and was eventually certified gold by the RIAA.
Ace Hood appeared on Wildstyle Radio on WUAG 103.1FM in Greensboro, North Carolina, on September 7, 2008, to promote his album, Gutta, along with DJ Khaled.
The album debuted at number 36 on the Billboard 200, selling 25,000 copies its first week.
On June 30, 2009, seven months later, Hood released his second album, titled Ruthless, once again on Def Jam.
The album’s first single was “Overtime”, which was produced by The Runners and featured Akon and T-Pain.
The album’s second single is “Loco Wit The Cake”, which was produced by Schife, of the Palm Beach County Karbeen Mafia.
The album’s guest list includes Rick Ross, Ludacris, Jazmine Sullivan, The-Dream, Birdman, and Lloyd. The album debuted at number 23 on the Billboard 200, selling 20,000 copies its first week.
Hood confirmed that his third album will be called, Blood, Sweat & Tears. It was released on August 9, 2011.
The first official single, “Hustle Hard”, became Ace’s highest-charting solo single, peaking at number 60 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The second official single is “Go ‘N’ Get It”. Both tracks are produced by Lex Luger.
The third single is “Body 2 Body” featuring Chris Brown and the song is produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League. It peaked at number 65 on the Hot 100.
The album features artists like T-Pain, Yo Gotti, Kevin Cossom, Rick Ross & Lil Wayne.
The album debuted at number 8 on the Billboard 200, selling 26,000 copies, becoming the rapper’s most successful album so far. He promoted the album with his first concert tour, the Hustle Hard Tour.
For his debut single on the We The Best & Cash Money label, he reunited with Trey Songz after 4 years, to make the early-2000s-styled love single known as I Need Your Love.
The song is produced by Ben Billionz.
Hood released his mixtape Starvation 2 on January 10, 2013. The mixtape features guest appearances from Meek Mill, French Montana, and Plies.
On April 7, 2013, in an interview on Power 99 Philly with Mina SayWhat about his “Trials and Tribulations” album, Hood opens up about his family and deciding to go a different route with this album, working with Anthony Hamilton and John Legend and plans to get Lil Wayne and Kendrick Lamar to feature on the album too.
Ace Hood has a net worth of $5 million.