Patti Labelle Net Worth is $50 Million (as of 2020)
It has been stated that the total amount of Patti LaBelle net worth is as much as 50 million dollars, as of right now, which also makes her one of the richest music stars. In addition to being a well known singer, Patti LaBelle is also an actress and author. She has been involved into music industry for more than 50 years and during this time a huge part of Patti LaBelle net worth has also increased. 16 years out of those 50 years were spent in her group called “Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles”. In the beginning of the 1970s, Patti LaBelle decided to change the name of the group to simply “LaBelle”. The band became known for their hit single called “Lady Marmalade”.
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The band is also regarded as the first group of African American people to ever perform at the Metropolitan Opera House. It is also considered as the first African American band which appeared on the cover of the music magazine called The Rolling Stone.
In 1977 however the band stopped performing. Soon after that, Patti LaBelle decided to go on her career as a solo singer, which has also added up to the total sum of Patti LaBelle net worth. Soon her debut album was released, which was called “Patti LaBelle”. In 1984 she released her debut solo single called “If Only You Knew”. The hit landed in the first place in the RnB chart. In the same year, Patti LaBelle switched to pop music and released songs such as “Stir It Up” and “New Attitude”. The songs became favorites in pop radio stations, too.
Patti LaBelle has released quite a lot of albums, but it was her tenth album called “Burnin’” which earned her first Grammy award. In 1994 she released an album called “Gems” and three years later one more album of the singer was released called “Flame”. The sales of them have also added up to the overall amount of Patti LaBelle net worth. In 1998, Patti LaBelle won her second Grammy award, which was presented to her because of the release of her live CD called “Live! One Night Only”.
In 2008, Patti Labelle and her previously mentioned band reunited and released an album called “Back to Now” after which the band also toured. Her name was inducted into quite a few hall of fames, including the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame, the Grammy Hall of Fame and the Apollo Hall of Fame.