Drake said it best on his 2014 cut, "0 to 100 / The Catch Up," when he spit the bar, "Know yourself, know your worth." Rappers have clearly been taking heed to the 10-year-old lyric when it comes to how much they'll charge for a verse. Of course, the amount ranges based on skill, tenure, whether or not the artist is in high demand and the list goes on. Either way, a number of your favorite hip-hop artists have named their price and it's a pretty penny. Brace yourselves and your wallets.

Back in February of 2022, DaBaby revealed that it'll cost six figures to get him on a record—$300,000 to be exact. Then, on a snippet from an unreleased track that the rapper shared via Instagram that April, he said it'll cost $250,000 for a verse. However, in April of 2024, he admitted during an L.A. Leakers freestyle that he only gets half of what he used to get for features after his buzz cooled off following his near-cancelation for homophobic comments in 2021. Evidence that prices may vary depending on different factors.

"Knocked a n***a out and hurt my hand, I think I hit him wrong/Just got sent $150,000 and did a song," he rapped. "Used to get $300,000 in 2020 but I'm shaking back/I could start a war with that little money, you n***as play, you wacked."

Amid the pandemic, other rappers such a Lil Baby shared his price for a feature, too. In June of 2020, the Quality Control Music artist revealed via Twitter that his price is also in the six-figure range: no less than $100,000. At first, the 4 Pockets Full head honcho said his feature price was a firm $100,000. However, in October of 2022, Baby revealed that his price had risen to $300,000.

Take a look below to find out the prices other rappers such as YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Nicki Minaj and various others are charging for a verse over the years.

See How Much It Costs for a Verse From Your Favorite Rapper

Any guesses on dollar amounts before you look?

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