Ryan Upchurch is a rapper, singer, social media influencer, and comedian who earned a large sum of money through his music. He is currently unmarried and has a net worth of $5 million.
He began his career by rapping in a hilarious way using the character Upchurch the Redneck, which is a parody of the stereotypes and idiosyncrasies of young men in the South. He started posting videos on YouTube in 2014, and they quickly gained a loyal following.
His first full-length album, Heart of America, was released in 2016. It reached the top 30 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and sold more than a thousand copies in its first week of release.
Upchurch also ranked in the top 20 on the Billboard Country Songs chart with his song, "Outlaw." He has since released several other country-oriented albums and rap-focused releases.
During his career, Upchurch has won many awards including the NSAI's 'Most Dedicated to Country' Award and 'Best Video' award for his hit song, Raise Hell and Eat Cornbread. He has also been nominated for 'Best Male Country Artist' at the Country Music Association's 'CMA Awards'.
The singer, songwriter, and rapper was born in Cheatham County, Tennessee, on May 24, 1991. He grew up in a middle-class family. He attended high school in his hometown.
As a teenager, he developed a love for music and comedy. He started rapping in a funny way to express his feelings and emotions.