What is H.E.R.'s net worth? Award-winning singer makes millions through record label deals and royalties
She performed Alicia Keys’ ‘Fallin’ when she was just 13-year-old at the 2010 BET Awards. At the age of 14, she bagged her first record label deal with Sony
Super Bowl LV is almost here, and just like every year, the fans await the much-hyped and much-discussed Halftime show. Last year, we saw Jennifer Lopez and Shakira enthrall the audience with their mesmerizing performance, and this year The Weeknd will set the stage on fire by headlining the 55th edition of 2021’s biggest sporting event.
Super Bowl LV will take place in Tampa, Florida, at Raymond James Stadium on Sunday, February 7, and will be broadcasted on CBS at 6.30 pm ET. Apart from The Weeknd, musicians like Alicia Keys, Eric Church with Jazmine Sullivan, Miley Cyrus and singer H.E.R., among a few others will also hit the stage.
Singer H.E.R., whose real name is Gabriella Wilson, will be giving a spin to ‘America the Beautiful’ for her performance at Super Bowl LV.
H.E.R wants to have a good time at Super Bowl LV
Speaking in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Tonight, the 23-year-old crooner spilled the beans on her performance for the big stage. “Honestly, I am so excited to just be performing at the Super Bowl. It's a huge stage and it doesn't get any bigger, you know? But I think the goal, for me, is to make (the song) my own. I'm a huge fan of the different versions of America the Beautiful, but I really want to bring some different elements in there... make it H.E.R.” She added, “I've been in rehearsals a lot, and I've been watching a lot of other performers. I'm just going to try to tell myself to have a really good time. But I'm going to be in there, getting my warmups in, and just praying that everything goes well.”
What is H.E.R.'s net worth?
As all the eyes are to going to be on the ‘Hard Place’ hitmaker, let’s take a look at the young singer’s net worth. Just like other artists, the five-time Grammy-nominated singer makes a lot of moolah from her record sales and royalties from labels and copyrights along with ticket sales from tours.
To be specific, FamousBirthsDeaths reported that H.E.R’s net worth stands at a whopping $2 million. However, a report published by the website called StarsGab says that in 2020, H.E.R.’s net worth was between $3 million and $5 million. She apparently also pockets $50K to $60K approximately for different endorsements.
H.E.R. has been passionate about music from a very young age. She was the winner of Radio Disney's ‘Next Big Thing,’ through which she gained recognition as Gabi Wilson. The talented crooner also performed Alicia Keys’ ‘Fallin’ when she was just 13-year-old at the 2010 BET Awards. At the age of 14, she bagged her first record label deal with Sony.
H.E.R., which is an acronym for Having Everything Revealed, earned quite a good amount of money when she started releasing her albums in 2016. She debuted her mainstream career with EP ‘H.E.R. Volume 1’ which allowed her to happily laugh to the bank.
Collaborations and touring
Releasing music is not the only way to increase the net worth and H.E.R knows this very well. To further cement her position in the industry, the multiple award-winning songstresses also joined forces with artists like Bryson Tiller, Khalid, Daniel Ceaser, and a few others. In fact, her debut EP which was a soulful seven-track collection of ballads, earned celebrity co-signs from label-mates Alicia Keys and 30 Under 30 alum Bryson Tiller before reaching number12 on the Top R&B Albums Charts ultimately increasing her net worth.
H.E.R. also pockets moolah from touring.
She has headlined tours like ‘Lights on Tour’ in 2017 and ‘I Used to Know Her Tour’ in 2018. In 2020, she released tracks namely 'Comfortable' (from 'The Photograph (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)'), 'Wrong Places', 'I Can't Breathe', 'Do to Me', and 'Damage'. She has also been featured on the tracks 'Make the Most' by Lonr., 'B.S.' by Jhené Aiko, and 'Smile' by Wizkid which further allowed her to make an impressive amount of money.