Mike Will Made It Net Worth

March 8, 2024
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An American songwriter and record producer, Michael Len Williams II, better known as Mike Will Made It, or simply Mike Will, was born on 23 March 1989, in Marietta, Georgia USA. He is probably most famous for producing Miley Cyrus‘ popular hit “We Can’t Stop”.

So just how rich is Mike Will? According to sources, his net worth has been estimated to be over $5 million, as of early 2016. The producer has accumulated his wealth mostly during his production of popular hits for various artists over the five years since 2011.

Mike Will Made It Net Worth $5 Million

Will inherited his talent from his family, as his mother was singing in a gospel group and his uncle was a guitar player. However, at an early age Will was more interested in sports and intended to pursue a sports career by becoming a professional athlete. His childhood dreams changed with the beginning of high school, when he began to make music by practicing on various instruments and re-playing the instrumentals of popular songs he listened to with his friends. This passion grew stronger, and soon he began to use production equipment and make his own beats. After graduating high school, Will attended Georgia State University but chose to drop out and devote himself to pursuing a music career instead.

The word of Will’s talent quickly spread, and in 2011 he met rapper Gucci Mane with whom he developed a close friendship and recorded a number of songs. He soon started to work with other famous hip-hop artists, increasing his net worth. The same year, in collaboration with Meek Mill and Rick Ross, he released his first single “Tupac Back” and then his first mixtape “Est. in 1989 (Last of a Dying Breed)”, which was followed by another three mixtapes over the next few years. He also produced a number of songs with rappers such as Future, 2 Chainz, Waka Flocka Flame and Rocko.

Collaborations with some of the biggest names in hip-hop scene soon followed, as the producer connected with rappers such as Lil Wayne, Kanye West, P. Diddy and Drake. All this work considerably added to his wealth. In 2012 he produced the popular songs “Mercy” featuring Kanye, Big Sean, 2 Chainz and Pusha T, “No Lie” by 2 Chainz and “Bandz a Make Her Dance” by Juicy J.

The year 2013 was very successful and profitable for the producer. His collaboration with Miley Cyrus resulted in the hit single “We Can’t Stop” which has sold millions of copies, being one of the biggest hits worldwide. The same year Will premiered the single “23” featuring Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J and Miley Cyrus, and he also won Producer of the Year. According to Forbes, the year 2013 brought him over $1 million. His announced debut album featuring Beyonce, Future, Kendrick Lamar and 2 Chainz has been delayed.

Will became popular for producing hits in various genres, mixing hip-hop, R&B and pop. However, although he proved to be on top form in his professional life, no facts have been known regarding his personal life. Although sources believe that he and Cyrus were in a relationship, neither Will or Cyrus ever officially confirmed this.

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