Tom MacDonald was born on the 21st of September, 1988, in Canada. Since he was a kid, he has always been interested in rapping. Tom MacDonald net worth 2021 Forbes is $800,000
When he became a hip-hop artist he gained a lot of attention for his rap songs which are often seen as controversial. He’s not afraid to sing about issues in society.
Tom MacDonald wiki
Net Worth: $800 Thousand
Born: September 21, 1988
Country of Origin: Canada
Source of Wealth: Professional Rapper
Last Updated: 2021
Tom MacDonald Net Worth 2021 Forbes
Tom MacDonald Net Worth 2021 Forbes is estimated at $800,000 and he has more than 1 million YouTube subscribers. He is known for his single ‘Helluvit’ which he released in 2018 after he posted his first YouTube video. One of his most popular videos ‘Dear Rappers’ has more than 5 million views.
Tom MacDonald originally gained fame for his singles ‘Everybody Hates Me, ‘Politically Incorrect’, and ‘Whiteboy’. As of today, MacDonald has released his album named ‘If I was Black’.
In March 2020, MacDonald went on to release two singles, ‘I Don’t Care’ and ‘Coronavirus’, which were big hits.
MacDonald also sells custom-made t-shirts, hoodies, and other accessories such as stickers and prints. When it comes to his music he goes to different tours and concerts which earns him a lot of money.
MacDonald has kept 100% real to his fans since he started his music career and he likes to keep it real. His music is a lot about our issues in society and what he stands for.
Tom’s most recent singles include ‘Fake Woke’, ‘Dear Slim’ which incorporated a beat produced by the one and only Eminem, and ‘Clown World’.
MacDonald purchased the beat from Eminem for $100,000 and has always stated that Eminem is one of his biggest musical inspirations, so being able to collaborate with him and use his beat must have been a huge deal for him.
MacDonald currently has over 2.2 million subscribers on YouTube and has reached over 520 million views on the platform.
As of 2021, Tom MacDonald’s net worth is $800 thousand.
Tom MacDonald Highlights
Here are the best highlights of Tom MacDonald’s career:
Everybody Hates Me (Song, 2018)
Death threats (Album, 2018)
Cloned Rappers (Song, 2019)
People So Stupid (Song, 2020)
I Don’t Drink (Song, 2020)
Coronavirus (Song, 2020)
Fake Woke (Song, 2021)
Dear Slim (Song, 2021)
Clown World (Song, 2021)
Favorite Quotes From Tom MacDonald
“I just think that music is really expendable these days and it’s really hot for like 3 months or 6 months and then it’s gone forever. Guys like Zeppelin and the Beatles; their music has been around for 30-40 years and it’s really timeless.” – Tom MacDonald
“Honestly, I wouldn’t classify myself as a producer. I just produce my own stuff and some stuff for [my girlfriend] Nova as well. I don’t produce other people. So, for me, the production staff is just part of me being an artist. It’s something that I just have to do.” – Tom MacDonald
“If I’m being completely honest about the whole thing, I’ve never been interested in hardware. I like having a good mic and a good interface, and I have a good mic. I have a good interface.” – Tom MacDonald
“See that’s the thing: the whole thing is that I don’t know a whole lot about guitars so, it was a lot of talking to the sales associate and calling her dad and figuring out sorta like what was the best, what was the right move, etc.” – Tom MacDonald