Matt Ox Net Worth 2020, Biography, Career and Family

Matt Ox Net Worth 2020, Biography, Career, and Family

Matt Ox Net Worth 2020– Matt Ox is Philadelphia’s leading preteen viral rap star who is making it big with over 10 million spins on Sound Cloud.

Matt Ox Net Worth 2020, Biography, Career and Family.

With his band called OX Gang, young-bull Matt Ox managed to amass a whopping 2 million views in just a few weeks, thanks to his amazing rap skills.

Biography of Matt Ox

Born in 2004, Matt Ox blows the birthday candle every year on 13 December. His real name is Matthew Grau. He stands tall at a height of 5 feet and is growing casually.

The Philadelphia native is the fidget spinner enthusiast, and he even has featured some fidget spinner scenes in the music video ‘Overwhelming.’

Matt Ox’s Family

The 13-year-old hip-hop artist, Matt Oz is a young and successful child artist, making his way to success. However, he had a rough time during his childhood.

He was born to Laurel Grau, 28, and his father, whose name remains a mystery. His mother was only fifteen years old when she gave birth to Matthew aka Matt.

When Matt was only two and a half years old, his father committed suicide. His father had a mental illness, so he used to tell Matt’s mommy to give primary concern to him.

Despite being young, he has a mature side inside him and has a dream to take care of his mother.

The rap prodigy, who has amazed his parent with his work ethics, expressed his eternal love towards his mother in an interview with He told that his mom took care of him during his childhood, so it’s his job to fulfill the desire of his momma now.

Net Worth

Being exceptionally good in hip-hop, trap rap, cloud rap, Matt has a growing net worth of about $150000. His latest song “Overwhelming” which was released in 2017, helped to push his fame higher and also made him richer.

Recently, the young rapper turned down contracts with Meek Mill (Dream Chasers Records), and from Lil Uzi Vert (Generation Now).

According to reports, Matt refused a contract with Meek Mill mainly because he wanted people to talk about him and not about the King of Philly. In September 2017, she performed alongside rapper Chief Keef in Los Angeles.