|Net Worth:||$2 Million|
|Date of Birth:||January 04, 1989|
Labrinth is one of the most popular British singers of our time. The singer, being discovered by the famous Simon Cowell, has retained his fame throughout the last decade. The PrimeTime Emmy award winner has given his fans a lot of things to cherish.
Creating a grand career over the years, Labrinth has accumulated a net worth of around $2 million in 2021. The majority of this number comes from music sales and tours. Let’s break it down to track his earning sources.
Labrinth entered the market in around 2010 when Simon Cowell signed him into his record label Syco Music.
In 2010, the upcoming star released his first single “Pass Out”, in collaboration with the British rapper Tinie Tempah, it was a grand success with over 92K copies. It topped the UK Singles Chart and also appeared on the Republic of Ireland and New Zealand charts.
Since this performance, Labrinth’s career changed for good. He released multiple singles and a couple of albums in this period. The singles “Earthquake” and “Beneath Your Beautiful” was certified 2x by the British Phonographic Industry.
In terms of albums, this charming artist debuted in 2012. Electronic Earth, being the first one, got a Gold certification from the BPI following its 100K+ sales. It ranked at number two in the UK Albums Charts and did well in the Scottish, Irish, and Australian Albums as well.
The next release came seven years after in 2019 named Imagination & the Misfit Kid. The album was received positively by the critics however, in terms of commercial performance it was rather moderate.
Before releasing the second album, the musical prodigy partnered up with Diplo and SIA to form the group LSD.
Labrinth worked as the composer in the web series Euphoria. He was hugely praised for his works in both the US and the UK.
Born on January 4, 1989, the singer is from Hackney, London. Growing up in a family with nine siblings all of them involved with music, he didn’t have a choice but to do the same.
In an interview with Esquire talking about his childhood, the star reminisced, “Downstairs my brother had an MPC Controller and another brother had a drum-set so his friends would bring over their guitars.”
Talking about his sisters, Labrinth said, “upstairs my sisters had their friends singing R&B or gospel songs and working out harmonies. I don’t know how my mum dealt with it because I can’t be around that much noise and I make music,” the singer said.
Labrinth attended Stoke Newington School where he started doing music seriously. Guided by his older brother Mac, he got to learn about music-making processes in a studio and stuck with it for a lifetime.
The sweet-looking and very down-to-earth singer had his ups and downs. After releasing his first album he suffered from anxiety attacks and sort of a breakdown. He took a two-year gap before coming back in 2014.
Labrinth has been in a relationship with Muzhda Zemar for a few years. She is the mother of his daughter as well.
In the last few years, the British star has won quite a few awards including the One Brit Award, one Urban Music Award, a MOBO award, and recently a Primetime Emmy Award.