Pi’erre Bourne Net Worth – $4 million
What is Pi’erre Bourne’s net worth?
Pi’erre Bourne (real name: Jordan Timothy Jenks) is an American rapper and record producer.
He’s best known for being the producer on the tracks “Gummo” by 6ix9nine and “Magnolia” by Playboi Carti.
The Origin Story
Bourne was born Jordan Timothy Jenks in Fort Riley, Kansas, on September 19th, 1993.
He moved around frequently as a child and considered his home to be in Queens, New York City (where his grandmother lived).
Bourne credits his influence in rap and music to his uncle, who rapped around Bourne from a young age.
Bourne didn’t consider himself a good rapper but continued with the encouragement of his uncle, who gifted him an old laptop and introduced him to new artists.
Bourne studied graphic design for a year before dropping out at the age of 18.
His uncle continued to encourage his pursuit of a career in the music industry, and he moved to Atlanta, Georgia, to do so. There, he also studied sound engineering at the SAE.
“When I went to engineering school, they taught us how to set up for a live sound, so I was educated on how to do it,” Bourne said in an interview on Feb 18, 2020, with 16BARS. “I kind of forgot a lot, but I know enough to get it sounding good for myself, so I don’t mind setting it up.”
Bourne briefly collaborated with DJ Burn One at the beginning of his career.
The DJ encouraged Bourne not to use pre-recorded samples but to make his own.
Bourne later worked as a full-time sound engineer at the studio where the two of them worked but left after a year to focus on his career.
2016-2018: Breakthrough and Kanye West
Bourne became a full-time producer in 2016, working with such artists as Trippie Redd and Young Nudy.
In 2017, he met rapper Playboi Carti; Carti would use Bourne as his producer almost exclusively during his debut project, and the collaboration between the two peaked with the Billboard Hot 100 hit “Magnolia.”
After the breakout success of Magnolia, Bourne was in big demand.
He produced tracks for a whole swathe of up-and-coming rappers, including Rich the Kid, Trippie Redd, 21 Savage, Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, and Famous Dex.
In 2018, Bourne was involved in the production of rapper Kanye West’s album “Ye.”
He was also a producer on West’s 2019 follow-up, “Jesus is King,” which went on to win a Grammy.
While known primarily for his work as a producer, Bourne has also frequently released solo projects.
Bourne worked with frequent collaborator Young Nudy on the 2019 mixtape, “Sli’merre.”
The 12-track mixtape featured a number of guest performers, including 21 Savage, Dababy, Lil Uzi Vert, and a then-unknown Megan Thee Stallion.
Bourne also has three solo albums: “The Life of Pi’erre 4” (2019), “The Life of Pi’erre 5” (2021), and “Good Movie” (2022).
Bourne produced all of his tracks across all three albums, and several critics noted that the performer continued to be a “producer first, and rapper second.”
Bourne is an enthusiastic amateur astrologer and ascribes much of his success to the fact that he has frequently partnered with fellow Virgos.
Bourne is currently unmarried.
He has two notable relatives: Mobile Malachi, a rapper from Belize, and the American rapper Papoose, who traces his roots to the African country of Liberia.
Pi’erre Bourne – Net Worth
So, how much is Pi’erre Bourne worth? Bourne earned most of his wealth from YouTube, Spotify, producing music for other artists, concerts, and releasing several albums. Therefore, Pi’erre Bourne has an estimated net worth of $4 million.
On Spotify, Pi’erre has about 2.5 million monthly listeners.
On YouTube, Pi’erre has more than 151 million views — this means an estimated $450k in revenue.
At the time of writing, he put out several albums — Good Movie and The Life of Pi’erre 4 & 5. These albums featured guest appearances from Lil Uzi Vert (real name – Symere Bysil Woods), Sharc, Young Nudy (real name – Quantavious Tavario Thomas), and Don Toliver (Caleb Zackery Toliver).
Bourne also released many collaborative albums, including — Pi’erre & Cardo’s Wild Adventure 2 (with Cardo), Wolf of Peachtree 2 (with Jelly), 47 Meters Down (with Sharc), and Sli’merre (with Young Nudy).
“50 Cent, he’s from my neighborhood, South Jamaica, Queens,” Pi’erre revealed about the artists who have inspired him. “Kanye West, as a producer and an artist, and Lil’ Bow Wow — when I was a little kid and wanted to rap. There are a lot of artists that inspired me, but those are like the three that kind of, like, still are a part of my, like, story now.”
There is no information if Pi’erre Bourne bought any real estate.