Is Beyoncé a billionaire? Find out the singer’s net worth in 2022
Beyoncé is back with “Break My Soul”, the first single from her upcoming album “Renaissance”. The singer was one of the most successful artists in history, selling over 16 million albums in the United States alone. Here, check out his net worth.
Beyonce has published “Break My Soul” his first single from her seventh studio album, Renaissance and fans enjoyed the new sound which, according to Vogue, is “reminiscent of Crystal Waters, CeCe Peniston and Robin S.” The song has been described as an anthem for “The Great Resignation”and social media can stop talking about it.
While “Bey” can sing about quitting her job, the truth is, she’s been busier than ever. While his last personal album was “Lemonade” (2016), she never stopped creating art. She was part of the soundtrack for Disney’s live action version Lion Kingwhile releasing a live album “Homecoming”.
Beyoncé is certainly one of the most successful artists in history, and she has amassed a impressive wealth who will probably only grow with the release of his next album. If you want to know all about his net worth, keep reading.
How much is Beyoncé worth? His career earnings
It is quite difficult to sum up the cultural heritage of Beyoncé. However, a quick look at his accomplishments can put him into perspective. According to Bustle, prior to “Lemonade”, she had sold more than 16 million albums in the United States alone and she was the first solo artist to have her first six studio albums number one on the Billboard 200.
With these numbers, it’s no surprise that his net worth is even more impressive. According to Forbes, Beyonce’s net worth is $450 million. In the list of net worth of self-made women of America 2022, she ranks 61st. However, her husband Jay-Z is a billionaire thanks to his investments in music, art and alcohol. His net worth is $1.3 billion, according to Forbes. Their combined fortune is $1.75 billion.
On the other hand, Beyoncé’s accolades include 28 Grammy Awards, which is the record for a female artist in history. She has also won 26 MTV Video Music Awards (including the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award in 2014), 24 NAACP Image Awards, 31 BET Awards and 17 Soul Train Music Awards. In 2020, she was on Time’s list of 100 Women Who Defined the Last Century.