What is Blake Shelton’s net worth? Blake Shelton is an American country music singer and TV personality. After several seasons on The Voice and too many hit songs to count, Gwen Stefani’s fiance has a net worth of over $99 million.
Blake Shelton began his musical career in 2001 and has since transitioned into one of the most successful country musicians in the country and a television personality notable for his work as a coach on NBC’s the voice.
Blake Shelton Early Life
Blake Tollison Shelton was born to parents Dorothy (a beauty salon owner) and Richard Shelton on June 18, 1976, in Ada, Oklahoma. He took interest in singing as a child and by age 12 had learned to play the guitar, with the help of his uncle. Shelton wrote his first song at 15 and when he was 16, he was awarded an Oklahoma Denbo Diamond. Immediately he celebrated his 17th birthday, Shelton moved to Nashville to pursue his singing career.
Blake’s Country Music Career
Six years down the line after Shelton began his musical career in Nashville, he signed a recording contract with Giant Records in 2001. He was scheduled to release a single called “I Wanna Talk About Me”, however, label staff considered it unfit to be his first single, and the song was recorded by Toby Keith, who went on to make it a Number 1 Billboard hit.
Blake’s very first single, “Austin”, went on to become number 1 on the billboard hot country chart for a month and. After a while, Giant Records closed down and Shelton was transferred to Warner Bros. Records. Warner Bros. released Shelton’s self-titled debut album which went on to receive both positive reviews and platinum certification.
How Much Is Blake Shelton Worth
Blake Shelton released his second album, “The Dreamer”, in February 2003. “The Baby”, is the lead single, reached No. 1 on the charts. Shelton further released a third album in 2004 and had a platinum certification for it.
Since then Blake Shelton went on to release more albums: “Pure BS” (2007), “Startin’ Fires” (2008), “Red River Blue” (2011), “Cheers It’s Christmas” (2012), “Based on a True Story” (2013), “Bringing Back the Sunshine” (2014), “If I’m Honest” (2016), and 2017’s “Texoma Shore” and has headlined nine major tours. Shelton has had many #1 singles including “The Baby”, “Some Beach”, “Home”, “She Wouldn’t Be Gone”, “Hillbilly Bone” (featuring Trace Adkins), “All About Tonight”, “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking”, “Honey Bee”, “God Gave Me You”, “Drink on It”, “Over”, “Sure Be Cool If You Did”, “Boys ‘Round Here” (feat. Pistol Annies and friends), “Mine Would Be You”, “Doin’ What She Likes”, “My Eyes” (featuring Gwen Sebastian), “Neon Light”, “Lonely Tonight” (featuring Ashley Monroe), “Sangria”, “Gonna”, “Came Here to Forget”, “A Guy with a Girl”, and “Every Time I Hear That Song”. Since he began working, Blake Shelton has sold more than 10 million albums worldwide and 35 million singles.
Blake Shelton On The Voice
Shuttling both his music and television career has been somewhat interesting for Blake Shelton. It has allowed him to be a coach on NBC’s music competition show “The Voice” since 2011. In the early seasons, he earned a salary of $4 million for a complete show and his current salary per cycle has skyrocketed over $13 million, which certainly has helped Blake Shelton’s net worth.
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