Becky G Net Worth: Becky G is an American singer, rapper, actress, and dancer who has a net worth of $7 million. She started to gain mainstream attention after releasing the 2014 single “Shower”. She has gone on to carve out a fairly successful career with dozens of songs and featured appearances.
Becky G was born Rebbeca Marie Gomez in Inglewood, California in March 1997. As a child she did voice-over and commercial work to earn money for her family. She performed in the girl bands G.L.A.M. and B.C.G. Becky started releasing remix videos on YouTube in 2011. Her debut EP Play it Again was released in 2013 on Kemosabe records. The album contained the singles “Play It Again” and “Can’t Get Enough” which featured Pitbull.
Her single “Shower” was released in 2014 and broke the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100, US Pop, Norwegian, and Swedish charts. Becky has been featured on the singles “Wish U Were Here” by Cody Simpson, “Die Young (Remix)” by Kesha featuring Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa, “Oath” by Cher Lloyd, and “Quiero Bailar” by 3Ball MTY. She has also had singles “Becky from the Block”, “Problem (The Monster Remix)” featuring will.i.am, and “Magik 2.0” with Austin Mahone. She has opened for Katy Perry, Jason Derulo, and Demi Lovato.
Becky G’s official debut studio album, “Mala Santa”, was released in October 2019. It reached #3 on the US Latin chart and was eventually certified 7X platinum.
|Net Worth:||$7 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Mar 2, 1997 (24 years old)|
|Height:||4 ft 11 in (1.5 m)|
|Profession:||Rapper, Dancer, Singer-songwriter|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
Charlie Puth is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer who has a net worth of $25 million. Puth became a viral sensation through sharing his music on YouTube. Charlie has collaborated with several successful artists, including Wiz Khalifa, Jason Derulo, Cody Simpson and Skizzy Mars. Charlie’s debut studio album “Nine Track Mind”, released in January 2016 on Atlantic Records, went platinum in multiple countries and peaked at #6 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart. Puth’s single “Marvin Gaye” (featuring Meghan Trainor) reached #1 in the UK, Ireland, and New Zealand and #21 in the United States. The hit single “See You Again” by Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth reached #1 in the US, Australia, Canada, Denmark, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, Switzerland, and the UK. Charlie’s second studio album “Voicenotes” went gold in many countries and eventually peaked at #4 on the US Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
Asher Angel net worth: Asher Angel is an American actor who has a net worth of $1 million. He is best known for starring as Jonah Beck on the TV series Andi Mack and as Billy Batson in the movie Shazam!.
Asher Angel was born in Phoenix, Arizona in September 2002. He made his debut in the film Jolene in 2008. Angel starred as Jonah Beck on the Disney Channel television series Andi Mack from 2017 to 2019. He has appeared in the films Driven to Dance and Shazam!. Asher Angel has appeared in the shorts Hate from a Distance, How do you do that Voodoo?, Disney Channels Stars: DuckTales Theme Song, Asher Angel: Snow Globe Wonderland, Asher Angel: Getaway, Asher Angel: Chemistry, Asher Angel: One Thought Away ft. Wiz Khalifa, Asher Angel Feat. Wiz Khalifa: One Thought Away, Annie LeBlanc: Utopia, and Asher Angel: Chills. He has also appeared in episodes of the TV series Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn and Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders. Asher Angel won a Young Entertainer Award in 2019 for Best Young Ensemble – Television Series for Andi Mack.
The music business is tough. Attention and tastes can be very fickle and fleeing. That goes double for members of pop Boy Bands. Life after boy band success can be brutal. For every post-boy band solo artist who manages to break through to the mainstream (example Justin Timberlake), there are dozens and dozens of equally talented, good looking, ab-sculpted crooners who disappear into obscurity forever (see Chris Kirkpatrick, Justin Jeffre, etc). For the members of Take That, one of Britain’s most successful boy bands ever, the group’s breakup was so fraught with tension that no one in a million years expected to ever hear from them again. After one member of the group became a worldwide sensation, the other members decided to quietly go on with their lives in other ways. Gary Barlow, the member of Take That who wrote and sang lead on many of their hits, attempted a solo career. Unfortunately, his solo aspirations were fell on very deaf ears. Thankfully, Gary had a strong back-up plan in mind. The story of how Gary broke through the post-boy band curse to become one of the most successful songwriters on the planet with a personal net worth of $90 million is truly inspirational. All aspiring musicians better listen up, this is how it’s done…
Gary Barlow was born in Frodsham, Cheshire, England on January 20, 1971. He had a clear interest in music from a young age, and would dance around in front of the television to concerts by groups like Depeche Mode. When he was ten, he asked for a keyboard and began teaching himself how to play. By his mid-teens, he was recording songs and performing on the club circuit around London. In the late 80s, he secured an agent, who then introduced him to a casting director who was building a boy band. The fact that the handsome singer with the great voice also wrote his own music, made the choice to cast him quite easy. Over the course of the next few months, the group took shape around Barlow’s look, sound, and talent.
By late 1989, Take That, made up of Gary Barlow, Howard Donaldson, Jason Orange, Mark Owen, and Robbie Williams, was poised to take over the airwaves. They spent the next few years building up their audience and cementing their sound, and then released their first album, “Take That and Party” in 1992. A large portion of the album was written by Gary Barlow, and spawned the Top 40 hits, “Promises”, “It Only Takes a Minute”, “I Found Heaven”, “A Million Love Songs”, and “Could It Be Magic”. “Promises” and “A Million Love Songs”, two of the tracks written by Barlow, caused UK-area producers to watch the pop star just a little more closely. Take That was on their way to superstardom, fueled by Gary Barlow’s addictive tunes.
The following year, they released, “Everything Changes”. With their second album, Barlow took over primary writing duties, and what resulted was a string of hit tracks. The album debuted at #1 on the UK charts, and netted Take That four #1 singles, “Everything Changes”, “Pray”, “Relight My Fire”, and “Babe”, and two more Top 10 hits. Five of Take That’s hit tracks were written by Gary Barlow. “Everything Changes” still holds the record for the number of #1 singles from a single album by any UK group. Now the UK music scene was really beginning to pay attention to the boy band singer/songwriter. He won the first of his many Ivor Novello Awards for Songwriting, when he received the “Songwriter of the Year Award” in 1993. His track, “Pray”, subsequently won Best Contemporary Song. The release of the third Take That album, “Nobody Else”, was so widely anticipated, that the album’s first single was released almost two months in advance of the album. At the time, that was not common practice. “Back for Good”, the first single, was again written by Barlow. It was an instant hit, reaching #1 in the UK and #7 on the US Billboard charts. “Nobody Else” featured two more #1 singles for the group, and Barlow walked away with three more Ivor Novello Songwriting Awards.
Then trouble began in paradise. Robbie Williams, the youngest member of Take That, decided to leave to launch a solo career. The group tried to continue as a four-member band, and recorded another hit single, again written by Barlow, in 1996. However, tensions within the group led to their disbanding. Gary immediately launched a solo career, coming right out of the gate with two #1 singles. His debut album as a solo artist, “Open Road”, reached #1 on the UK charts, and he scored a #1 hit on the US Adult Contemporary charts, as well. Then it all went to hell in a hand basket. Bad press, loyalty to the original line-up of Take That, a subtle shift away from his pop sound, and an attempt to launch his career in the United States, all combined to completely derail Barlow’s solo career. His second album, “Twelve Months, Eleven Days”, received next to no airplay. After the first two singles barely made a blip on the charts, his record company, BMG, dropped him. Realizing that his ability to make music as a solo artist had come to an abrupt end, he began writing songs for other artists. While Robbie Williams became Take That’s version of Justin Timberlake, Gary churned out hits for just about everyone else on the UK music scene, and has continued to do so. He’s written popular songs for everyone from Donny Osmond to Lily Allen to Dame Shirley Bassey, to Elton John to Wiz Khalifa. Along the way, he’s been nominated for, and won, a ridiculous number of songwriting awards and accolades. He was also awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by the Queen of England herself for his contribution to the fields of music and art.
In 2005, Gary and three of the members of Take That began toying with the idea of launching a comeback. Their return to recording together, which resulted in two massively successful albums and tours, is the stuff of music legend. In 2010, the entire original line-up of Take That got back together for their sixth album, “Progess”. Like with their previous albums, Barlow wrote the majority of the tracks. The demand for tickets for the “Progress” tour crashed TicketMaster websites across the UK. The tour sold out in less than 15 minutes. Take That is now more popular worldwide than they were in the early 90s. It is widely acknowledged that their return to prominence is based on Barlow’s songwriting ability.