D Smoke Net Worth

D Smoke is an American rapper and songwriter who has a net worth of $700,000. He came to the spotlight in 2019 after winning the first season of the Netflix music competition show called “Rhythm + Flow”.

His success allowed him to release independent music in the following year. D Smoke released his breakthrough debut album “Black Habits”. That project led the rapper to receive two 63rd Annual Grammy Awards nominations for Best Rap Album and Best New Artist.

Despite releasing his own music, D Smoke’s music grabbed the attention of other big names. He worked with the likes of SiR, Davion Farris, The Game, Fireboy DML, and Tobe Nwigwe, among others.

D Smoke’s Net Worth

D Smoke is one of the most recognized rappers in the American rap community. He accumulated a handsome amount of money from his successful career. He established himself as one of the best and most influential rappers in the US music scene.

Smoke is a rap artist, songwriter, and music entrepreneur who has a string of hit singles under his belt, making him a household name in America. He has produced music in addition to writing it. Outside of making money from music, he often made appearances in TV shows.

In 2019, D Smoke won the Netflix music competition and this price came with money. From that show, he took $250,000, though most of it was donated to pay for needy students. He is likely to enhance his net worth through brand endorsements. D Smoke’s net worth is estimated to be $700,000.

Net Worth $700,000
Age 37
Born October 17, 1985
Profession Rapper
Country United States of America
Salary (Annual) $250,000
Last Updated 2023

Early Life

Daniel Anthony Farris aka D Smoke was born on October 17th, 1985, in Inglewood, California, USA. Music was always in his blood growing up. His mother was a gospel singer for singer Trina Turner.

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His uncle was a bass player for musician Prince, while his cousin Tiffany Gouché wrote tracks for the R&B singer Ginuwine and the girl group called The Pussycat Dolls. After graduating from UCLA, Anthony became a music recording teacher at Inglewood high school.

Music has always been a huge part of his life, Anthony spent a lot of time learning how to play guitar in his teenage years. His younger brother Sir Darryl Farris is also a well-known rapper in the music industry.


In 2006 Anthony collaborated with his brother Darryl and cousin Tiffany Gouché to form a songwriting collective called “WoodWorks”. In May of that year, D Smoke dropped his debut album “Producer of the year”, but it didn’t become successful.

The rapper took a long break from music and then returned in 2015, featuring in SiR’s song “You Ain’t Ready”. The song was later included in the 2015 SiR’s independent album “Seven Sundays”.

D Smoke then returned to music in October 2019, releasing his 7-track debut EP “Inglewood High” ft Tiffany Gouché. Around that same time his single “Let Migo” was released which earned him recognition.

D Smoke as seen in a post (D Smoke/Instagram)
D Smoke as seen in a post (D Smoke/Instagram)


D Smoke released his first album titled “Black Habits” in Feb 2020. On this album, he shares about his childhood life and his parent’s drug abuse and incarceration. The rapper received a lot of praise for his project, as well as earning a couple of Grammy award nominations. In September 2021, his third album “War & Wonders” came out under the Empire and Woodworks labels.

Other Ventures

In 2019 D Smoke and his brother SIR were named to perform at the “Soul Train Music Awards”. Later, Smoke was invited to appear in The Game’s album Born 2 Rap on the song “Cross on Jesus Back”. He was featured in songs like You Ain’t Ready, City Boy, Cross on Jesus Back, Painkillers, Champ, and more.

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In 2019, D Smoke auditioned in the first season of the hit Netflix show “Rhythm and Flow”. He became a contestant on the show and wound up winning this three-week series. Apart from this, he made an appearance in the Bel-Air series, in an episode titled “PA to LA”.

Career Highlights

  • Producer of the Year (Debut album, 2006)
  • Black Habits (Album, 2020)
  • War & Wonders (Album, 2021)
  • Rhythm + Flow (Netflix show, 2019)
  • Inglewood High (First EP, 2019)
  • 2021 Grammy Awards, Best New Artist, Best Rap Album _ Nominations
  • 2021 NAACP Image Award, Outstanding New Artist _ Nomination

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