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Yungeen Ace Net Worth $2 Million

What is Yungeen Ace’s net worth?

Yungeen Ace is an American raper who has a net worth of $2 million. He shot to fame as the rapper responsible for hits like All In All—which racked up 7 million views on YouTube.

One of Yungeen Ace’s biggest hits, though, was the 2021 Jacksonville gang anthem, Who I Smoke.

Who I Smoke amassed a staggering 39 million views, and features Spinabenz, FastMoney Goon, and Whoppa Wit Da Choppa.

The track might be a mainstream hit, but its undertones are way more sinister than you’d expect from a platform like YouTube.

So how does Yungeen Ace tread the fine line between rap superstar and Jacksonville gang affiliate?

And how has he overcome his shocking past?

And how did he go from running the streets to influencing millions—3.8 million on Instagram, to be specific?

Here’s what we know.

The Origin Story


Yungeen Ace—whose real name is Keyanta Bullard—was born on February 12, 1998, in Chicago, Illinois.

Bullard’s family was used to struggle—after moving from Chicago to Jacksonville, Florida, when he was a toddler, the Bullard family grew to 14 eventually.

Keyanta has 8 brothers, and the family struggled daily with poverty and violence.

The streets where Bullard grew up were dangerous—he and his siblings were exposed to gang life and street crime throughout their childhoods and teenage years.

He has also described his upbringing as isolated—it was often just him and some of his brothers at home, with no guidance or protection.

It was no surprise that, eventually, Bullard would become a part of gang life.

He joined the ATK gang—a move that would eventually cost the young rapper his health, his safety, and his brother Trevon.

Off The Streets and Into The Studio

how much is Yungeen Ace worth


Bullard dabbled in music from a young age, freestyling on the streets with friends and growing up listening to the biggest hits by Da Baby, Gucci Mane, Future, and Kendrick Lamar.

By the time he made it into a makeshift recording studio to record, he had developed an angsty, hardcore, pained style that caught the eye of some record label executives.

His first album was released online in March of 2018—just months before a shooting that left Bullard in hospital and his brother dead.

When he recovered, Bullard dropped his first mixtape—Life of Betrayal.

He followed this hit up with Life I’m Livin in 2018, Can’t Speak on It in 2019, and two mixtapes in 2020.

2021 brought with it Keyanta’s biggest success to date, Who I Smoke. The track went viral, and was laid down over Vanessa Carlton’s mainstream smash, A Thousand Miles.

Goals & Idols

Yungeen Ace might have worked with familiar names like Kodak Black, Toosii, and Boosie Badazz, but he’s got his sights set much higher.

His eye is on Grammy award winners Drake and Justin Bieber for a collaboration.

His desire to work with Drake is also part of the young street rapper’s 10 year plan.

“By the time I’m 34, I need to be on that Drake status.”

Building his empire has come naturally to the street hustler—Ace has already created his own record label, and has big plans to take his success back to the neighborhood that raised him.

He’s got big plans—to build apartments and let struggling families live there for free, or to build some shelter homes to keep displaced families safe.

The artist also shares that all he has ever really wanted was to be happy—to take care of his mom, to not have to worry about a landlord banging on his door, to know that his family is safe.

And after what Keyanta has been through, that’s not too much to ask.

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Street Wars

Bullard has well-known links to Jacksonville’s ATK squad—a gang that has long been beefing with rivals, KTA.

It was this link that led up to the events that took place in Jacksonville, just months before Yungeen dropped his debut hit.

He was out celebrating his brother’s birthday at Town Center Parkway in 2018 when a silver Chevrolet Cruze pulled up beside him and three others—his brother Trevon Bullard, and friends Jercoby Groover and Royale D’Von Smith Jr.

The occupants of the Chevy opened fire on the four teenagers—Yungeen was shot eight times.

While he survived, his three friends were all killed in the driveby.

Yungeen suffered from PTSD and survivor’s guilt.

A slew of retaliation hits followed the murders of Yungeen’s friends and his brother. The bloodshed continued, but another disturbing trend was also on the rise—gang activity on YouTube.

KTA affiliate Julio Foolio put out a song in which he jokes about the murders of Bullard’s friends, and lies on a banner of the three slain teenagers.

ATK clapped back with Who I Smoke—which amassed more views and more coverage—referencing several key KTA guys.

The battle on the streets continues—but if Bullard can stay on his current trajectory, he might just change the game.


Yungeen Ace is dating Instagram star Chloe Glass.

Net Worth

So, how much is Yungeen Ace worth? Bullard earned most of his wealth from selling copies of his albums and mixtapes (2 Broken 2 Heal, All on Me, Life of Betrayal 2x, Don Dada, and Step Harder), tickets to his concerts, and ads on YouTube. Therefore, Yungeen Ace has an estimated net worth of $2 million.

“Music is my life, and I put it all on the line for it,” he told Billboard.

On YouTube, Yungeen has over 492 million views –about $1.5 million in revenue before taxes.

Ace bought a new house in the summer of 2020.

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