For those who love to listen to R&B songs, you must be familiar or at least have heard of a name called Jaheim. He is really popular and has a massive following. His popularity makes people want to know about his net worth. So, how much does Jaheim worth?
If you are a fan of Jaheim and want to know about his net worth, you will be able to find the information that you are looking for by reading this post. Not only the information about his net worth, you will also be informed about some other things about him, including about his career and his life.
- Full Name: Jaheim Hoagland
- Nick Name: Jaheim, Jah (Jah)
- Gender: Male
- Place of Birth: New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States
- Date of Birth: May 26, 1978
- Age: 43 years old
- Height: 191 cm or 6 feet 3 inches
- Weight: 85 kg or 187.3 lbs
- Eye Color: Black
- Hair Color: Black
- Nationality: American
- Religion: Christian
- Father: Tyrone DeShawn Cole
- Mother: Julie Grachel Hoagland
- Siblings: Taquan Hoagland, Tyrone Hoagland Jr.
- Wife/Spouse: –
- Sexual Orientation: Straight
- Marital Status: Single
- Children: Shemeka Foster
- Occupation: R&B singer, songwriter, producer
- Genres: R&B, hip hop
- Labels: Warner Bros. Records, Atlantic Records, BMG, Julie’s Dream Music Group
- Website: jaheimmusic.com
According to MD Daily Record, Jaheim has an estimated net worth of $6 million as of 2021. There is not much information about the details of his earnings and the things he spends his fortune on. As an R&B singer, it can be expected that his earnings are mostly from music and selling of records, copies, touring, and so on. It has been known that royalty is the number one income of the singer, along with the tours. He is a popular R&B singer with a decent following and he has been in the entertainment industry since he was a kid.
Jaheim is a born musician. He has been into music since forever as his grandfather, the 1960s R&B singer named Hoagy Lands, used to be a singer of a band called The Drifters and used to perform in every small or big event of their locality. His love for music was developed when he watched his grandfather performing from one stage to another. He started his singing career by singing and performing at local talent shows when he was a kid. In the past, the singer used to be a part of talent shows in the Apollo Theater and he even won a lot of singing competitions, including three talent competitions at the Apollo Theater in New York City.
Teddy Pendegrass, Luther Vandross are the two big names that have inspired Jaheim the most, aside from his grandfather. Jaheim has always been really popular as a professional singer in the locality. 2000 was the year when he really got to shine and hit big by releasing his first song as a music tape. The first song that he released was called Naughty Gear. This song was a hit. Thanks to this song, he finally got the attention and popularity he deserved.
At the time, he caught the eye of KayGee of Naughty by Nature. Following the success of Naughty Gear, Jaheim signed a deal with a recording house known as Divine Mill Records. Under this label, the singer released his debut album called Ghetto Love in 2001. Just like Naughty Gear, Ghetto Love was also successful. It managed to reach #9 on the Billboard 200. After the success of Naughty Gear, he then released a few singles called Could It Be and Just in Case.
Following the success of his debut album, Jaheim dropped another one called Still Ghetto. This one was as popular as the first one. It was certified platinum. The single called Fabolous with Tha’ Rayne was included in the album.
After the first and the second album, Jaheim launched his third album entitled Ghetto Classics. It was also a hit and peaked at the top of the Billboard charts in 2006. In the album, there were a few artists featured, including Jadakiss and Styles P.
As he was no longer under Divine Mill Records, Jaheim signed a contract in 2007 with the well-known label called Atlantic Records. Under the new label, he released a total of three albums, including The Making of a Man (2007), Another Round (2010), and Appreciation Day (2013). All of them were undeniably successful and sold a few million copies worldwide.
His time in Atlantic Records did not last long. After parting with Atlantic Records, Jaheim signed a contract with BMG Records in 2015. A year after signing a contract with a new label, he dropped his seventh album known as Struggle of Love.
- 2001: Ghetto Love
- 2002: Still Ghetto
- 2006: Ghetto Classics
- 2007: The Makings of a Man
- 2010: Another Round
- 2013: Appreciation Day
- 2016: Struggle Love
- 2008: Classic Jaheim, Vol. 1
Jaheim is undoubtedly one of the most popular and one of the most successful R&B singers. Even though he has never received a single award, he has been nominated several times and all of them are prestigious.
Awards and nominations:
American Music Award:
|2003||N/A||Favorite Soul/R&B Male Artist||Nominated|
|2011||Another Round||Best R&B Album||Nominated|
|Finding My Way Back||Best Male R&B Vocal Performance||Nominated|
|Best R&B Song||Nominated|
Soul Train Music Awards:
|2002||Just in Case||Best R&B/Soul Single, Male||Nominated|
|Ghetto Love||Best R&B/Soul Album, Male||Nominated|
|2003||Still Ghetto||Best R&B/Soul Album, Male||Nominated|
|2004||Put That Woman First||Best R&B/Soul Single, Male||Nominated|
|2010||Himself||Best R&B/Soul Artist||Nominated|
Jaheim was born as Jaheim Hoagland in New Brunswick, New Jersey, United States on May 26, 1978. His father is Tyrone DeShawn Cole while his mother is Julie Grachel Hoagland. He was raised by his mother as his father left the family forever in 1981 when he was only three years old.