YBN Cordae biography, net worth, quick facts, and major works

Cordae Dunston (August 26, 1997), known by his professional name, YBN Cordae or Entendre, is a hip-hop artist from America.YBN Cordae was born in Raleigh, North Carolina, and moved to Suitland, Maryland, along with his family. His musical interest developed because of his father listening to contemporary rappers. After turning 15, he started composing his music as a hobby. With time, he became well-versed in hip-hop history. Under the pseudonym Entendre, he released three mixtapes. In the ensuing years, he graduated from high school, joined Towson University, and later dropped out and moved to Los Angeles.

YBN Cordae

In 2018, he became a Young Boss Niggas collective member and turned his stage name to YBN Cordae. After becoming a famous face for putting out remixes of popular songs, such as ‘1985’ by J. Cole and ‘My Name Is’ by Eminem. He interviewed with L.A. Leakers and became an internet sensation for his skills by freestyling over various beats.

Quick Facts

Real Name: Cordae Dunston

NickName: YBN Cordae or Entendre

Date Of Birth: August 26, 1997

Birth Place: Raleigh, North Carolina

Age: 24 years old

Nationality: American

Height: 5’8” inches

Weight: 68 kgs

Eye Color: Dark Brown

Hair Color: Black

Profession: hip-hop artist

Marital Status: Unmarried, Dating Naomi Osaka

Instagram: @cordae

YBN Cordae -Net Worth

Most of YBN Cordae’s net worth and income is from being a hip-hop artist and singer-songwriter. Currently, her net worth is calculated at around about $500 thousand.

YBN’s salary and income can vary per year depending on multiple undertakings as an entertainer.

Major Works

  • On August 2, 2018, two of the three members of YBN, Cordae, and Nahmir, released the music video for their single ‘Pain Away.’ On September 7, 2018, his first mixtape, ‘YBN: The Mixtape,’ was released comprising 23 tracks, including ‘Intro,’ ‘Kung Fu, ‘Alaska,’ and ‘Pain Away.’
  • As a musician, Cordae has been inspired by the likes of Jay-Z, Kid Cudi, J. Cole, Nas, Kanye West, Big L, Kendrick Lamar, and Eminem. He thinks he can perform as the link between what it turns into and what rap used to be.

YBN Cordae

YBN Cordae

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