Yung Bleu Net Worth & Biography - Celebrity Net Worth




Yung Bleu is an American rapper, a popular Youtuber and social media personality. Bleu is best known for his music video ‘Miss It.’ He was born in Alabama, and he first became famous on YouTube.

He began rapping when he was 11 years old and in 2016 he dropped his mixtape ‘Investments 3’. Currently, Yung Bleu has 1.2 million subscribers and more than 651 million video views on his Youtube channel which he started on Sep 21, 2015. As of , Yung Bleu has an estimated net worth of about $1M.

At a Glance

Full name: Bleu Vandross

Other names: Yung Bleu

Birthday: 4 April 1994


Net worth: $1M

Occupation: Singer, Musician, Rapper

Nationality: United States of America

Net Worth

Yung Bleu started rapping at a very young age. In 2016 he released his mixtape Investments 3. Yung Bleu has released singles including "Go Head" produced by Drumma Boy and "First" featuring NBA YoungBoy. As of , Yung Bleu has an estimated net worth of about $1M.

Early Life

Bleu Vandross was born on 4 April 1994 in Mobile, Alabama. Bleu started rapping at the age of 11 and he got into the game after watching his brother interact with local rappers. Bleu entered the public arena during his late teenage years with self-released mixtapes ‘Hello World’.

Yung Bleu then became involved with Young Boss Entertainment. Yung Bleu regularly posted his music video on his Youtube channel YungBleuOfficial.

Favorite Quotes from Yung Bleu

“‘Ice On My Baby’ creeping up on ’em. It ain’t even hit the radio yet, and everybody knows it everywhere I go. I can go to Milwaukee, anywhere, they gon’ already know the records, just because of the internet. So I feel like, ‘Miss It’ wasn’t doing that for me right away, so I feel like once I really like put my pedal on this records, it probably is the biggest record I have, right now.” – Yung Bleu
“When I first started rapping, a lot of people said I sound like Future, but people don’t really say that no more. They used to say I sound like Kevin Gates. When you first come out, the first thing people gon’ do is say, ‘Well, who he sounds like?’ But then, once they start getting into your music and start seeing your topics and stuff like that, they don’t really make no comparisons no more.” – Yung Bleu
“Most of the people that were there when I got signed isn’t there anymore. I don’t even think I know the dude’s name, but he brought me to Imran, then Imran signed me. The crazy thing about it is that it was the only deal I had until I signed. When I signed? I had everybody trying to sign me once I signed. But it was after I signed, so.” – Yung Bleu
“Really when I did my first sold-out show. I was getting booked in Mississippi 3 years ago. It was good just seeing a lot of people in the building for me. They all love my music. The crazy thing is, they were singing music that you’ll don’t even know anything about right now. They know all the early singles. “Miss It,” that shit came 2 years after I was hot in the South. I don’t have the same music as the beginning.” – Yung Bleu
“Signing to Boosie and prolly Wiz [Khalifa wanting to work with me]. He kinda like the biggest artist that done reached out to me; I feel like, if he wanna mess with me, I must really get some music that’s hitting people.” – Yung Bleu


Yung Bleu initially came into the spotlight and see some success by releasing a series of mixtapes. He has developed a working relationship with Boosie Badazz, working with him on several tracks and landing a Columbia-supported deal with Boosie’s Badazz Music Syndicate. After releasing ‘Miss It,’ he continued to raise his profile with more installments of the Investments series, as well as streaming hits like ‘Unappreciated’ and the Kevin Gates-assisted remix of ‘Ice on My Baby.’

Yung Bleu issued his final Columbia-distributed recordings, ‘Bleu Vandross 2’ and ‘Investments 6’, in 2019. He went on to drop many other albums, and an alternate version of ‘Love Scars highlight 'You're Mines Still' added a verse from Drake and was placed on an expanded edition of the EP. The track entered the Hot 100 and went into the Billboard 200.