DJ Mustard is a famous American disc jockey, recording artist, and record producer. DJ Mustard’s singles and albums have been well recognized. Also, he has received awards for his music. Continue reading to find the net worth of DJ Mustard as of 2019.
Early Life & Biography:
DJ Mustard is the stage name of Dijon Isaiah McFarlane. He was born on 5th June 1990 in Los Angeles, California, the USA. DJ Mustard’s uncle, a DJ player, encouraged him to play with him in a family party. DJ Mustard made a career out of DJ, production and more.
Career, Awards & Nominations:
As a teenager, DJ Mustard played DJ at local clubs and associated with Reason, music software that led to music production. In 2010, DJ Mustard released singles for American rapper YG, ‘Bitches Ain’t Shit’ and ‘You Broke.’ Also, he released unofficial albums under Thump Records label.
In 2011, he released the single and second studio album of Tyga. These were ‘Rack City’ and ‘Careless World: Rise of the Last King.’ DJ Mustard and 2 Chainz, Atlanta-based artists, released songs, ‘I’m Different’ and ‘Young Jeezy’ on his mixtape, ‘It’s Tha World.’ Following, he produced several studio albums, ‘Bow Wow.’
In 2013, DJ Mustard released his first mixtape and recording, ‘Ketchup’ that highlighted guest artists. These were Clyde Carson, Joe Moses, Kid Ink, Lil Jon, and Lil Snipe. The same year, DJ Mustard released three singles, ‘Money,’ ‘This D’ and ‘Throw it Up.’
In 2014, DJ Mustard released his first full-length album, ’10 Summers’ with 13 tracks of his own songs released earlier. Following released records include ‘Down on Me’ (Highlights: Ty Dolla Sign and 2 Chainz) and ‘Vato’ (Highlights: YG, Jeezy, and Que).
In 2015, he used digital download and produced his second mixtape, ‘10 Summers: The Mixtape Vol. 1’. He released singles, ‘Why’d You Call’ (Highlight: Ty Dolla Sign and ILoveMakonnen) and ‘Whole Lotta Lovin’ (Highlight: Travi$ Scott).
In 2016, through Republic Records and Roc Nation, DJ Mustard released his second full-length album, ‘Cold Summer’ that had mostly music composed by him. The album ranked no.24 on the Top Hip-Hop Albums chart and no.14 on the US Top Rap Albums chart. In 2017, he released two singles, ‘Don’t Hurt Me’ (Highlight: Nicki Minaj and Jeremih) and ‘Want Her’ (Highlight: Quavo and YG).
Over the years, DJ Mustard has appeared on various television series including 2013s ‘RapFix Live’, 2014s ‘A Day in the Hustle’ and ‘GGN: Snoop Dogg’s Double G News Network,’ 2015s ‘VH1 Big’, and ‘Entertainment Weekly’ and 2016s ‘The Real.’ Others include 2014s ‘Ride Along’, 2015s ‘Get Hard’, 2016s ‘American Honey’ and ‘Boo! A Madea Halloween’.
DJ Mustard has been awarded and recognized for his music productions. These include Tyga’s ‘Rack City’ (4x Platinum), 2 Chainz’s ‘I’m Different’ (2x Platinum), B.o.B ‘s ‘Headband’, YG’s ‘Show Me by Kid Ink’ and ‘My Nigga’, Ty Dolla Sign’s Or Nah, Jeremih’s ‘Don’t Tell ‘Em’ and Rihanna’s ‘Needed Me’ (4x Platinum). DJ Mustard won 4 BET Hip Hop Awards and 12 Hip Hop/R&B Awards.
Net Worth & Earnings:
The estimated net worth of DJ Mustard is $10 million. His wealth comes from the sale of his composed singles, albums and mixtapes, and production for other artists. DJ Mustard appears in live concerts in Canada and the US. He appears in television series and movies and has his own online store selling items at $30-$100.
DJ Mustard lives in three-acre property worth $2.36 million. His property has an English-style mansion, six cars-garage, spa, swimming pool, tennis court, equipped gym, and theatre room. He owns Mercedes CLS 63 AMG and a BMW i8.
DJ Mustard’s YouTube channel has 154,000 subscribers and over 44,000,000 views showing his huge income from Google ads that pay $2-$5 per 1000 views. DJ Mustard has over 340K followers on Twitter, 450 K likes on Facebook and 1.2 million on Instagram.