KOBE VIDAL CRAWFORD JR. (NO CAP) American Rapper, Singer, And Song Writer. As per various reports available on internet, No Cap’s net worth is expected to be above $1 million.
Kobe Vidal Crawford Jr. is a popular American rapper and singer by profession; he was born on August 20, 1998, in Mobile, Alabama, United States of America. He got his early education from his hometown. Kobe Vidal Crawford Jr. was known as No Cap in his professional career. He is 5 feet & 8 inches tall, and his weight is around 70 kg.
Crawford was interested in music when he was young and learned music at nine from the man his mother was dating. With the help of his mother’s boyfriend, who’s also a musician, he began his career with his brother when they were still kids and started performing live shows, singing, and rapping locally along with his brother.
After a few years of performing on stage locally, her mother’s relationship ended with his boyfriend. Later Crawford took a break from signing in his teenage. In 2017 Crawford came back with an emotional and aggressive style.
He performed in different styles on stage, including rapped, and sometimes, he appeared in belted sung vocals.
He is famous for performing different styles of rap. He’s commendable in singing and writing Southern Rap, Contemporary Rap, Trap Rap, as well as Hardcore and Underground Rap. He became popular for his emphatic auto-tuned singing style and soul-searching lyrics.
|Real Name||Kobe Vidal Crawford Jr.|
|Date of Birth||20 August 1998|
|Age||24 years old|
|Birthplace||Mobile, Alabama, U.S.|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Profession||Rapper, Singer, Actor|
|Girlfriend||He is single|
|Debut Album||Mr. Crawford – 2022|
|Award||YouTube Silver Play Button|
NoCap Net Worth
NoCap’s net worth is estimated at around $1 million as of 2023. Crawford had made his wealth through his professional career, including album sales, advances, live performances, playback songs, licensing fees, royalties, songwriting brand promotions, brand ambassadorship, and revenue from online streaming.
In 2019 his started earnings were around $27.2k, and it is approximately forecast between $27k to 35.6k. In 2020 his revenue was estimated at around $151.8k, and the forecast could vary between $150.3k to $198.7k. Then, in 2021, his income was evaluated at $241k to $315.8k.
Crawford earned his revenue with the passing years. His estimate was $406.1k in 2022, and now, in starting four months of 2023, he almost appraised $89.7k according to months. He gained $21.8 k in January 2023, $23.2k in February, $26.6k in March, and $17.9k on April 2023.
Professionally Crawford started his career as a rapper in 2017. He broke through by posting numerous singles and a few tunes online and made his identity after his first self-released extended play, “Joker,” and his solo debut mix tape, “Neighborhood Hero,” on July 2018, the music video received more than a million views on his YouTube.
In 2018, Crawford released the Rogersville mixtape, which was collaborated with Atlanta rapper Rylo Rodriguez. He followed it up by releasing “Lil Baby” of Dreams 2 Reality in the same year featured by Crawford. In 2019, Crawford had two singles within a month, “Punching Bag” and “Ghetto Angels,” produced by CashMoneyAp.
Ghetto Angels was his masterpiece and received over 80 million views on YouTube and got certified “Platinum” track by the Recording Industry Association of America. Two months later, he appeared on the song “No Patience” by CashApMoney and continued releasing songs throughout the year and also appeared in many songs by other musicians.
However, Crawford then started releasing back-to-back five fully formed solo mixtapes, which are “The Backend Child” in May 2019, “The Hood Dictionary” on November 2019, “Steel Human” in 2016, and “The Main Bird” in 2022. The “Dream 2 Reality” from Street Gossip album in 2018, “Outta Here Safe,” and “New Ones” from 2019 were also his charted and certified songs.
After the achievement of Platinum for Ghetto Angeles, his second single lead, “Vaccine,” was also certified “Platinum” in 2021. Crawford released his official studio album “Mr. Crawford” in 2022. The album was relatively peaked at the number 8 on the Billboard Charts2 200, while he followed with his singles, including “Need some Love,” “Dangerous Girls,” and “Went Deaf.”
Songs “Light Beam” of 2020 and “Diamond and Dirt Roads” of 2023 were his featured artist songs. From 2018 to 2023, Crawford debuted as a single lead in fifty-five major hits songs, including album and non-album leads, while he appeared as a guest artist in forty-seven songs.
The rapper is recognized for his collaborations with Rylo Rodriguez and is known for his admirable lyrics and high-pitched voice. He collaborated on the songs “How We Roll” and “Dead Faces” on a Rogersville project.
Crawford worked with many artists and other musicians throughout his career. The notable ones are Rylo Rodriguez, Never Broke Again, Lil Baby, CashMoneyAp, Lil Uzi Vert, and Young Boy. “Never Broke Again” and “Atlantic” were his two record labels. At the age of 25, Crawford became a music legend and made his mark at such a young age.
Family and Personal Life
Crawford grew up with his older brother Backend Foreign a professional musician, and a sister Brianna Crawford in Mobile, Alabama. NoCap has no relationship with someone, nor is he married yet. Furthermore, only a little is known about his family. He has not been with a female, and his marital status is still single in 2023.
He’s active on social sites with a huge fan following and currently has over 2.2M followers on Instagram and 259K Followers on Twitter, but he doesn’t talk about his personal life.
|Height||6 feet 6 inches|
Legal Issues/ Controversy
In 2019, Crawford was charged with firing a gun and turned himself in to the Alabama Police Department after he shot someone allegedly who had an altercation with his sister. He was charged alongside his sister Brianna for shooting into an occupied building, and the police charged him with reckless endangerment.
The Mobile Police Department stated Crawford and another subject were involved in an altercation that turned physical. When Crawford reached the crime scene, the victim ran into his house. Crawford then fired shots into the house and fled away with his sister.”
In December 2020, Crawford took to his official Instagram and posted that he had thirty days to turn himself to announce that he had thirty days to surrender himself to the police.
“I got 30 days to change myself; I don’t know how long I’m here; I just want to appreciate my family, fans & friends for rocking with me while I’m away; I’m not gone, promise because I know the process of dropping an album is not overnight, but I’m most definitely pushing for the beginning of the year The Album So Soon, said by Craword.
On January 2021, Crawford turned himself in to police in Alabama regarding his September 2019 case, where he allegedly violated for a shooting charge and almost served seven months in prison; he was released from jail on July 2021.