Chaka Khan Net Worth,Wiki, IncomeSource,career,personal life

Chaka Khan Net Worth,Wiki, IncomeSource,career,personal life

Facts of Chaka Khan Net Worth,Wiki, IncomeSource,career,personal life

Net worth$30 million
Date of Birth:1953 March 23
First NameYvette Marie
Last NameStevens
Age:71 years old
Height: 5 Feet 4 Inch

Grammy Awards-winner singer Chaka Khan popularly knowns as the "Queen of Funk" known for her powerful voice, her charismatic stage presence has taken the no 1 spot on People With Money's top 10 highest-paid singers.Chaka Khan has an estimated net worth of $30 million 

Chaka Khan Net Worth

Yvette Marie Stevens, known popularly as Chaka Khan is an American Recording Artist, entrepreneur, singer, songwriter, author, activities, and philanthropist. Her source of income is from Music, Songwriter, and Singing and owns her fortune in smart stock investments, substantial property holdings, lucrative endorsement deals with CoverGirl cosmetics. In 2007, she won a Grammy with her hits single 'Funk This" earnings $160,000. Her record sales album estimated earnings from Class khan was $46,000, the next album Come 2 My House earned $76,000, similarly the other album Woman I Am collected $197,000, likewise as she kept releasing her each album earnings kept increasing. Her album "What Cha' Gonna Do for Me" and her debut album "Chaka" earned $500,000 and later she released many another albums.

Chaka Khan's Career

In 1973, after signing a recording contract with ABC Records they began recording their debut album. However, later the group released the song 'Tell Me Something Good' which become hit in the music industry and earns popularity in the world for being the frontwoman of the funk band Rufus. Soon she made this decision to begin a solo career and she signed a recording contract with Warner Bros in 1978. Khan solo debut album, which features the disco huge hit "I'm Every Woman" sells over a million copies and help album go gold. Again, the following year she collaborated with Rufus on the album 'Masterjam'. From 1979, she began working on her second solo album and in March 1980, she finally released her solo album 'Naughty'. Her other successful album such as 'Echoes of An Era in 1982, I Fell for You in 1984 and Destiny in 1986 which help her popularity grew over the next few years. Albums 'What Cha'Gonna Do For Me', 'Got to Be There', 'It is My Part', 'Love You All My Lifetime' and 'You Can Make my Story Right' are her most successful hits. Two years later, she won her Grammy awards and a huge commercial success on the album 'The Woman I Am'.  She released 'Epiphany: The Best of Chaka Khan, Vol.1 which was a compilation of her best works. In 2003 her song 'What's Going On' collaborated with Funk Brothers and following year she released another album 'ClassiKhan'. In 2007, she released album 'Funk This' and single 'Disrespectful'. In 2016, she released single 'I love Myself'.

Chaka Khan Personal Life

In 1970, When she was 17 Chaka Khan got married to Hassan Khan twice and blessed with two children Indira Milini(daughter) and Damien Holland(son). Later, They got divorced after a short time.  She had a relationship with Rahsaan Morris which was the result of her daughter Indira Milini birth. On 14th of August 1976, Chaka Khan got married to her second husband Richard Holland(Production designer and an art director) and had a son with him and got divorced in 1980. In the mid-1980s, there were rumors that Chaka was dating  Chicago-area(school teacher) but at last, she got married for the third time in her life with Doug Rasheed. Kahn has some restaurants the Fat Khan Burger chain in Washington and her brand of vodka(Pure WonderKhan-US).

Chaka Khan's Childhood and Her Early Life

On March 23, 1953, Chaka Khan was born in Chicago, Illinois with a birth name Yvette Marie Stevens. She was an eldest of five siblings a brother  Mark with three sisters Yvonne, Zaheva & Tammy to parents Charles Stevens(father) as a beatnik and Sandra Coleman(mother). She attributed an interest in music at an early age to her grandmother, who introduced her to jazz. She was raised in an island  Hyde Park area where she attended formal education from Calumet High School and Kenwood High School.

In late 1960's she got involved in the civil right movement with her stepmother Connie and joined the Black Panther Party as well. She also formed a small girl group with her sister Crystakettes when she was 11. As a student, She began performing music in small groups somewhere in Chicago area, first performing with Cash McCall's group Lyfe. In 1972, while performing in local bands, she was spotted by a new group 'Rufus'  but this band was disbanded in 1971 and later they signed with ABC records in 1973.

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