Nav broke into the spotlight of his music career in 2015, producing records for other artists before launching his own project. Since 2008, the musician has been mixing and creating music in the local community.
From collaborating with well-known rappers to releasing his single, Take Me Simple, one would question how Nav manages to stay afloat in the music world. Hip hop, trap, alternative, and R&B are some of his genres. Nav’s net worth was greatly influenced in his music journey!
Nav made his debut as a music producer on Drake’s Back to Back, which charted at #21 in the United States. The beats were a huge smash, and they were nominated for Best Rap Performance at the 58th Grammy Awards in early 2016.
Nav published Take Me Simple in September 2015 on his SoundCloud account, which has over 10 million followers. In 2016, he released Myself, which quickly became his greatest success, peaking at #5 on Billboard’s R&B and Hip-hop Singles Charts.
Nav developed and even participated in Travis Scott’s Beibs in Traps song video in 2016. After a million copies were sold, they received a platinum medal.
After joining with XO and Republic Records in 2017, Nav began to reach the pinnacle of his career. His mixtape, NAV, was released, and it included his single, Myself. For the first track, Some Way, he collaborated with rapper The Weeknd.
His songs were not up to today’s standards, according to Metacritic, who gave him a 45/100 rating. Similarly, Allmusic, NOW Magazine, and Exclaim all agreed.
Six months later, Nav collaborated with Metro Boomin on the mixtape Perfect Timing, which reached #89 on the Canadian Hot 100. He and Metro Boomin will collaborate on Perfect Timing 2 it was confirmed.
He was nominated for Breakthrough Artist of the Year at the JUNOS in 2018. Nave boosted his profile with releasing Reckless, which featured Travis Scott, Gunna, and Quavo, among others.
Wanted You, Nav’s collaboration with Lil Uzi Vert, became Nav’s first Billboard Hot 100 success as the main artist.
Nav earn two Juno Ward nominations for Fan Choice and Rap Recording of the Year Awards in 2019. Following that, Nav dropped Bad Habits, which featured Young Thug, The Weeknd, and Lil Durk among others and reached number one on the Billboard Top 200 in the United States.