Check out top 10 most expensive rapper chains

Check out top 10 most expensive rapper chains

Rappers often display their achievements through extravagant and unique creations, ranging from unconventional artwork to significant historical pendants. Each chain boasts a distinct design, all equally remarkable.

Glamsquad takes a look at the top 10 most expensive rapper chains ever

Face Pendant (1.5 million dollars)

William Leonard Roberts II better known as Rick Ross is widely recognized for his extravagant lifestyle as a successful rapper, boasting a multimillion-dollar mansion and an extensive collection of jewelry.

In 2008, he elevated his style by acquiring a chain adorned with an icy self-portrait pendant. Pushing the boundaries even further, in 2010, he commissioned a pendant resembling his self-portrait piece for a staggering $1.5 million.

N.E.R.D. Chain $1 million

Pharell Williams currently holds a net worth of $200 million. Back in 2007, during his time in the Neptunes band, he invested in a customized NERD gold chain accompanied by a medallion. The medallion showcased diamond and precious stone depictions of his fellow band members. The chain is worth $1 million.

Box of Chains ($500,000)

Following his rise to fame, Sean Kingston acquired a unique jewellery chain embedded with 64 crayons, making it the most renowned chain of its time. This distinctive piece came with a striking price tag of $500,000. it is worth noting that due to his early triumphs with hit albums, Sean Kingston’s net worth stands at roughly $2 million.

Twin Puma Chain ($500,000)

American rapper and record executive, Radric Delantic Davis, better known as Gucci Mane is famous for his unique style and charismatic personality and pushes the boundaries when it comes to fashion and jewellery.

According to reports, Gucci Mane sought to create a unique chain for his wedding ceremony, with a net worth of $14 million. Teaming up with Diamond Club Miami, he crafted the twin panther chain, retailing at $500,000. This extraordinary piece highlights two diamond panthers with 165-carat chains in their mouths, composed of 4,600 diamonds.

Crunk Ain’t Dead Chain ($500,000)

American rapper and producer, Jonathan H. Smith, known for his energetic music and larger-than-life personality, purchased his chain in 2007. Earning a place in the Guinness World Records as the most expensive, the 51-pound chain was a small investment from his $30 million net worth, garnered from chart-topping songs. Crafted from yellow and white gold, the chain boasted 3,756 diamonds. Echoing his famous song, the phrase “Crunk Ain’t Dead” was emblazoned on the chain.

The Solar System  ($500,000)

Check out top 10 most expensive rapper chains ever

Late rapper Kirsnick Khari Ball, better known as Takeoff, one-third of the renowned rap group Migos, owned an exceptional jewellery piece called “The Solar System” chain. This remarkable creation was a collaboration between Takeoff and renowned jewellery brand Elliot Avianne Co. The chain was an exquisite portrayal of celestial bodies, with intricately designed pendants representing Mars, Saturn, Earth, the sun, and the moon.

Each element of The Solar System chain was luxuriously adorned with diamonds and other precious stones, skillfully capturing the breathtaking beauty of the universe.

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Big Ass Chain  ($410,000)

American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer, Faheem Rashad Najm better known as T-Pain used a substantial portion of his $10 million net worth to regularly invest in broadening his jewellery assortment.

In 2007, T-Pain acquired a 197-carat yellow and white gold chain inscribed with the words “Big Ass Chain.” Acquiring it at a staggering price of $410,000, the purchase was driven by his intense desire.

Horus Chain  ($300,000)

American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer Kanye West now known as Ye has proven to be an intelligent investor.

It’s no wonder that Ye made it onto this list with his notable $300,000 gold chain as a fashion designer. He flaunted it at the 2010 BET Awards, featuring a sizable 24-carat gold pendant portraying the Egyptian deity of the sun, moon, and sky, Horus.

Dubbed the Horus chain in honour of the ancient Egyptian deity, this masterpiece is a creation by the renowned jeweller, Jacob the Jeweler. Crafted entirely from 14k Yellow Gold, the chain stands as a genuine work of art, reflecting Ye’s profound interest in Egyptian symbolism.

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Ratatouille chain ($250,000)

Check out top 10 most expensive rapper chains

American rapper, Quavious Keyate Marshall, better known as Quavo, unveiled the bejewelled $250,000 Ratatouille pendant that was designed by Elliot Avianne at the 2017 MET Gala.

This gesture paid homage to his renowned line in Bad and Boujee, “Call me Quavo Ratatouille.” With a net worth of $25 million, the rapper invested a substantial sum in the pendant, featuring WS white diamonds along with a miniature Rolex and QC chain.

Cuban chain ($200,000)

American rapper, record producer, and entrepreneur, Shawn Corey Carter better known as Jay-Z rocked his Cuban chain for the first time in 2013 at the So So Def 20th anniversary show.

His love for jewellery is exemplified by his 11-pound gold Cuban chain, a classic symbol in hip-hop culture. The chain, valued at $200,000, showcases his bold style and classy taste.

As a representation of his immense achievements and larger-than-life persona, Jay-Z’s Cuban chain stands as a testament to his profound impact on the music and business industries, making him a revered icon in the world of hip-hop.

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