Faith Evans Net Worth
Faith Evans makes how much a year? For this question we spent 30 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.
The main source of income: Singers
Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $3 Million.
Faith Evans information Birth date: June 10, 1973 Birth place: Lakeland, Florida, United States Height:5 ft 6 in (1.68 m) Profession:Record producer, Singer, Author, Songwriter, Actor, Singer-songwriter, Television producer Nationality:United States of America Spouse:Todd Russaw (m. 1998–2011), The Notorious B.I.G. (m. 1994–1997) Children:Christopher Wallace, Jr., Chyna, Joshua, Ryder Evan Russaw
:How tall is Faith Evans – 1,82m.
How much weight is Faith Evans – 76kg
Biography,1973–1994: Early life and career beginningsEvans was born on June 10, 1973, in Lakeland, Florida to an African American mother, Helene Evans, a professional singer. Her father, Richard Swain, who was Caucasian, was a musician who left before Evans was born (Evans has said Ive heard people mumble something about him being Italian, but I dont know for sure). A half-year later, 19-year-old Helene returned to Newark, New Jersey and left Faith with her cousin Johnnie Mae and husband Orvelt Kennedy, the foster parents of more than 100 children they raised during the time that Faith lived with them. Faith had known Johnnie Mae and Orvelt Kennedy as her grandparents. It was not until a couple of years later that Helenes career floundered and she tried to take Evans back home. Faith, however, was afraid to leave what shed been used to, and instead, Helene relocated next door.Raised in a Christian home, Evans began singing at church at age two. At age 4, she caught the attention of the congregation of the Emmanuel Baptist Church in Newark when she sang The 5th Dimensions song Let the Sunshine In. While attending University High School in Newark, she sang with several jazz bands and, encouraged by Helene, entered outside pageants, festivals and contests, where her voice would be noticed and praised. After graduating from high school in 1991, Evans attended Fordham University in New York City to study marketing but left a year later to have daughter Chyna with music producer Kiyamma Griffin. In 1993, she relocated to Los Angeles, where she worked as a backup vocalist for singer Al B. Sure!, when she was noticed by musician Sean Puff Daddy Combs. Impressed with her, Combs contracted her as the companys first female artist to his Bad Boy Entertainment during 1994.1994–2001: Faith, Keep The Faith, Biggie, motherhood and marriageNewly contracted to Bad Boy Records, Evans was consulted by executive producer Combs to contribute backing vocals and writing skills to Mary J. Bliges My Life (1994) and Ushers self-titled debut album (1994) prior to starting work on her debut studio album Faith. Released on August 29, 1995 in North America, the album was a main collaboration with Bad Boys main producers, The Hitmen, including Chucky Thompson and Combs, but it also resulted in recordings with Poke & Tone and Herb Middleton. Faith became a success based on the singles You Used to Love Me and Soon as I Get Home. The album was eventually certified platinum with 1.5 million copies sold, according to RIAA.A year before, on August 4, 1994, Evans married rapper and label mate Christopher The Notorious B.I.G. Wallace, after having met him at a Bad Boy photo shoot. The couple had one child together, Christopher Jordan Wallace, born October 29, 1996, but the marriage was turbulent as Wallace reportedly had several affairs during their union, including relationships with fellow rappers Lil Kim and Charli Baltimore. Additionally, it led to Evans involvement in the East Coast–West Coast hip hop rivalry which dominated the rap music news at the time and ended with Wallaces murder in a yet-to-be-solved drive-by shooting in Los Angeles, California in March 1997. During early 1997, after her separation from Wallace, but before his death, Evans friend Missy Elliott introduced her to record company executive Todd Russaw. Faith began dating Russaw during her and Wallaces separation and after Wallace died, Evans became pregnant by Russaw. The couple had their first son Joshua on June 8, 1998. During the summer of 1998, Evans and Russaw were married, and on March 22, 2007, they had their second son Ryder Evan Russaw.After Biggies murder on March 9, 1997, Combs helped Evans produce her tribute song named Ill Be Missing You, based on the melody of The Polices 1983 single Every Breath You Take. The song, which featured Combs, Evans, and all-male group 112, became a worldwide number-one success and debuted at number one on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart during 1997, scoring that for eleven weeks. It eventually won Puffy and Evans the 1998 Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group. The next year, she received another two Grammy nominations for Heartbreak Hotel, a collaboration with singers Whitney Houston and Kelly Price, that scored number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.Two years in the making, Evans second studio album, Keep the Faith, was released in October 1998. Almost entirely written and produced by her, Evans considered the album difficult to complete as she had initially felt discouraged about the progress at first. Upon its release, however, the album earned generally positive reviews by music critics, with Allmusic noting it without a doubt a highlight of 1990s soul-pop music. Also enjoying commercial success, it eventually went platinum and produced the top ten singles Love Like This and All Night Long (released March 30, 1999) prompting Evans to start an 18-city theater tour with Dru Hill and Total the following year.2001–2007: Faithfully, legal issues, Capitol Records and The First LadyEvans police mug shot (ca. 1997)Evans third album on the Bad Boy label, named Faithfully (2001), involved her working with a wider range of producers, including The Neptunes, Mario Winans, Buckwild, Vada Nobles, Cory Rooney, and others. Her first project with husband Todd Russaw as executive producer and creative partner, the album scored number 14 on the Billboard 200 album chart and number two on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, eventually being certified platinum, but yielded moderately successful singles, with the Jennifer Lopez-written I Love You becoming the only top twenty entry. Released amid Bad Boy Records transition from distributor Arista Records to Universal, Evans felt Faithfully received minimum assistance by the company, and during 2004, she finally decided to end her business with Bad Boy as she was convinced Combs couldnt improve her career any more due to his other commitments. During January 2004, Evans and Russaw were arrested and charged with possession of marijuana and cocaine and an improper tag violation during a traffic stop in Hapeville, a suburb of Atlanta, Georgia.After ending with Bad Boy Entertainment Evans contracted with Capitol Records company, becoming the first contemporary R&B artist to do so, and started work on her fourth studio album The First Lady, named after her nickname on her former label. As opposed to having an in-house team of producers who supplied most of the previous material, she and Russaw were able to gain more creative control of the album and consulted producers such as Bryan-Michael Cox, Jermaine Dupri, Mike Caren, Pharrell Williams, and Chucky Thompson to contribute to it. Upon its release in April 2005, The First Lady scored at number two on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, becoming Evans best-charting album to date. It was eventually certified gold by the RIAA. At the end of the year, Evans released A Faithful Christmas, a holiday album of traditional Christmas songs and original tracks. The effort would become her last release on Capitol Records as the company was bought during 2007.2005–2012: Hiatus, arrest, divorce and Something About FaithMain article: Something About FaithFollowing a 5-year hiatus Faith Evans created her very own record label imprint in 2010. She named the imprint Prolific Music Group and hired top talent to build the record label from scratch. Evans began recording songs with Keyshia Cole, Redman, Snoop Dogg and Raekwon, among others for the labels freshman album. Evans signed a deal with independent record label E1 Entertainment later that year. Her fifth studio album Something About Faith was released on October 5, 2010 in the United States, where it debuted and peaked at number fifteen on the Billboard 200 and number one on the Independent Albums chart. Something About Faith has spawned the leading single Gone Already, which spent over thirty-three weeks on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, where it peaked at number twenty-two.In August 2010, Evans was arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor drunken driving, after being stopped at a checkpoint in Marina del Rey, California. In 2011, Evans filed for divorce against Russaw. The couple agreed to spend 13 weeks in a drug-treatment program in exchange for halting any further prosecution of their drug-possession case. In May 2011, Evans and Russaw announced they were getting a divorce, and stated they would like to keep it quiet for the childrens sakes.2012–present: R&B Divas: Atlanta, Incomparable and The King and IIn 2012, Evans became a cast member of TV One reality show R&B Divas Atlanta alongside Nicci Gilbert, Syleena Johnson, Keke Wyatt and Monifah. Evans also co-executive produces the show. The album R&B Divas Atlanta, led by Evans was released on October 2, 2012. Proceeds from the album will benefit the Whitney E. Houston Academy of Creative & Performing Arts in East Orange, New Jersey.On August 6, 2013, Evans confirmed she had begun work on her 6th album, tentatively titled Incomparable. Evans also revealed guest appearances for the album are slated to include Missy Elliott, KeKe Wyatt, B.Slade and Karen Clark Sheard of The Clark Sisters. I Deserve It, a record featuring recurring collaborator Missy Elliott and her protegee Sharaya J, was released via iTunes on August 25, 2014 as the albums lead single. Faith Evans released her sixth studio album Incomparable on November 24, 2014. On TMZ, Evans had announced that she is working on a posthumous Notorious B.I.G. album titled The King and I, which will feature duets with the two. She initially stated that it had been planned to release in 2022.
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