Tracy Chapman net worth is $8 Million. Also know about Tracy Chapman bio, salary, height, age weight, relationship and more …
Tracy Chapman Wiki Biography
Tracy Chapman was born on the 30th March 1964, in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. She is a four-time Grammy Award-winning musician – singer and songwriter, who has released several studio albums entitled “Tracy Chapman” (1989), “Crossroads” (1990), “New Beginning” (1997), “Our Bright Future” (2010), and perhaps is best known for singles “Give Me One Reason” and “Fast Car”. She has been an active member of the music industry since 1986.
Have you ever wondered how rich is Tracy Chapman, as of early 2016? According to sources, it is estimated that the size of Tracy’s net worth is over $8 million, which has been accumulated through her professional career as a musician spanning 30 years.
Tracy Chapman was born in Cleveland, but the family moved to Connecticut when she was small, where she attended Wooster School. She was raised in a middle class family, by her father and mother, who spotted her talents in music, so bought her guitar, and at the age of eight started writing songs. After graduation from high school, she enrolled at Tufts University in Boston, from where she graduated with a BA degree in African studies and Anthropology. Side by side with her studies, she began singing at local coffeehouses with several other artists, which led her to record songs for the college radio station WMFO, and that was only the beginning of her career as a musician, and the start of her net worth.
Tracy Chapman’s big break came in 1987, when she met the manager of Elektra Records, Charles Koppelman, who signed her immediately. Her debut self-titled album came out the next year, peaking at No. 1 on the Billboard top 200 chart. The album achieved six times platinum certification and won the Grammy Award in the category Best Contemporary Folk Album, increasing her net worth to a large degree, and also giving a boost to her popularity. Since then her career has gone only upwards – she has so far released eight studio albums, one greatest hits compilation and has 22 singles, including “Fast Car” for which she won the Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Grammy Award in 1989, “Give Me One Reason” for which she won the 1997 Grammy Award of Best Rock Song, “Baby I Can Hold You”, “America”, among many others.
Tracy’s second album was released in 1989, entitled “Crossroads”, entering into the top 10 on the Billboard 200 chart at No. 9, and was ultimately certified platinum.
Her career had just begun, but Tracy had made a name for herself, however, her third album wasn’t as popular as the previous two, although released in 1992 under the title “Matters Of The Heart”, it eventually reached Gold certification, which still added a lot to her overall net worth.
Tracy’s next album was a complete success, reaching five times platinum certification, boosting her net worth immensely, and entitled “New Beginning”, debuting in the 4th place on the Billboard 200 chart.
As of the present day, Tracy has released four more studio albums, but with lesser critical a claim, failing to enter the chart at high positions; “Telling Stories” (2000), “Let It Rain” (2002), “Where You Live” (2005), and “Our Bright Future” (2008). Anyway, the sales of the albums have certainly added to her net worth.
Regarding her personal life, although Tracy Chapman has never declared her sexual orientation, the media suggest that she was in a relationship with Alice Walker, a novelist during the ’90s. Her personal life is obviously private. Tracy is also recognized as an activist, who has performed with several organizations, such as Circle of Live and San Francisco AIDS Foundation.
IMDB Wikipedia Alexander Hamilton Alice Walker Atlanta B.B. King Breaking Benjamin Century Media Records Charles Koppelman Circle (Marques Houston song) Cleveland Compact Disc Grammy Award for Best Rock Song March 30 Musician Ohio Singer Singer-songwriter Singers Tracy Chapman
Tracy Chapman Quick Info
|Full Name||Tracy Chapman|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 30, 1964,|
|Place Of Birth||Cleveland, Ohio, United States|
|Height||5 ft 4 in (1.638 m)|
|Profession||Singer, Musician, Singer-songwriter|
|Education||Wooster School, Tufts University, Fast Car, Baby Can I Hold You, Give Me One Reason|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Awards||Grammy Award for Best Rock Song, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance Grammy Award in 1989, the Grammy Award in the category Best Contemporary Folk Album,|
|Nominations||Grammy Award for Album of the Year, Grammy Award for Song of the Year, Grammy Award for Record of the Year, Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album, MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video, Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance, American Music Award for Favorite Pop/Rock Female Artis…|
|Movies||One Love: The Bob Marley All-Star Tribute|
Tracy Chapman Quotes
- “Who knows? Songwriting is a very mysterious process. It feels like creating something from nothing. It’s something I don’t feel like I really control. I’m never sure if: 1) I’ll ever write another song, 2) what the song will be about and 3) if what initially sparked the beginning of a song might complete it. Some things remain fragments, just the lyrics and melodies or a line or two or a verse. I often write either really early in the morning, just when I’m waking up, or really late at night. “You’re the One” was a song that came to me in the morning. I woke up on my birthday, March 30, and wrote that song.” – When asked ‘What was the inspiration behind “You’re the One?”‘
Tracy Chapman Important Facts
- She was awarded an Honorary Master of Fine Arts Degree from the American Conservatory Theatre in San Francisco, California in 2009.
- She was awarded an Honorary Master of Fine Arts Degree from the American Contemporary Theatre in 2009.
- Graduated from Tufts University with a degree in Anthropology. Class of 1986.
- Winner of the Brit Awards for International Female and International Breakthrough Act in 1989.
- Won the Best New Artist Grammy at the 31st Annual Grammy Awards. Also won Best Contemporary Folk Recording and Best Pop Vocal Performance, Female for the same year. At the 39th Annual Grammy Awards, she won the Best Rock Song award for “Give Me One Reason”.
- Ranked #54 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll.
Tracy Chapman Filmography
|Servants: The True Story of Life Below Stairs||2012||TV Series performer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|The X Factor||2012||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|No me la puc treure del cap||TV Series performer – 2 episodes, 2012 writer – 2 episodes, 2012||Soundtrack|
|One Day||2011||lyrics: “Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution” / music: “Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution” / performer: “Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution”||Soundtrack|
|Britain’s Got Talent||2011||TV Series writer – 2 episodes||Soundtrack|
|Memòries de la tele||TV Series performer – 1 episode, 2010 writer – 1 episode, 2010||Soundtrack|
|Dancing on Ice||2010||TV Series writer – 2 episodes||Soundtrack|
|Idol – Jakten på en superstjerne||2005||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Hinter Gittern – Der Frauenknast||TV Series performer – 1 episode, 2004 writer – 1 episode, 2004||Soundtrack|
|Malaysian Idol||2004||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Idols||2003||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Idols||2002||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Pop Idol||2002||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Stars in Their Eyes||1999||TV Series writer – 2 episodes||Soundtrack|
|Era Uma Vez…||1998||TV Series writer: “Sempre Mais Baby Can I Hold You”||Soundtrack|
|Marienhof||1992||TV Series performer – 2 episodes||Soundtrack|
|Freedomfest: Nelson Mandela’s 70th Birthday Celebratation||1988||TV Special documentary performer: “Why?”, “Behind the Wall”, “Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution” / writer: “Why?”, “Behind the Wall”, “Talkin’ ‘Bout A Revolution”||Soundtrack|
|Formula 1: Ten Sport||2016||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Tu cara me suena||2016||TV Series writer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|The Voice||2013-2016||TV Series writer – 2 episodes||Soundtrack|
|Late Show with David Letterman||2015||TV Series performer – 1 episode||Soundtrack|
|Coronation Street||TV Series performer – 1 episode, 2015 writer – 1 episode, 2015||Soundtrack|
|Guapas||TV Series performer – 2 episodes, 2014 writer – 2 episodes, 2014||Soundtrack|
|One Hit Wonderland||TV Series documentary performer – 1 episode, 2013 writer – 1 episode, 2013||Soundtrack|
|The Royal Road||2015||Documentary thanks||Thanks|
|Command & Conquer: Red Alert||1996||Video Game special thanks||Thanks|
|Malcolm X||1992||thank Allah||Thanks|
|Tavis Smiley||2005-2015||TV Series||Herself / Herself – Guest||Self|
|Late Show with David Letterman||1995-2015||TV Series||Herself – Musical Guest / Herself||Self|
|The Kennedy Center Honors||2012||TV Special||Herself – Performer||Self|
|The Tonight Show with Jay Leno||1996-2008||TV Series||Herself – Musical Guest||Self|
|US Election Night||2008||TV Movie||Herself (voice)||Self|
|Get Up, Stand Up||2003||TV Series documentary||Herself – Interviewee||Self|
|Austin City Limits||2003||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Power Vision – Pop Galerie||2003||TV Series documentary||Herself||Self|
|Vivement dimanche||2003||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Later… With Jools Holland||2000-2002||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Pavarotti & Friends for Cambodia and Tibet||2000||TV Special documentary||Herself – Guest Performer||Self|
|The Rosie O’Donnell Show||1996-2000||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|ABC 2000: The Millennium||1999||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|One Love: The Bob Marley All-Star Tribute||1999||TV Movie documentary||Herself – Performer||Self|
|The Paris Concert for Amnesty International||1999||TV Movie documentary||Herself||Self|
|A Very Special Christmas from Washington, D.C.||1998||TV Special||Herself – Musical Perfomance||Self|
|28th NAACP Image Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself – Performer||Self|
|New York Undercover||1997||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|The 39th Annual Grammy Awards||1997||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Late Night with Conan O’Brien||1996||TV Series||Herself – Guest||Self|
|Crossroads||1994||TV Series||Herself – Performer (1994)||Self|
|Bob Dylan: 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration||1993||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|Malcolm X||1992||Herself – End Credits (uncredited)||Self|
|The 33rd Annual Grammy Awards||1991||TV Special||Herself – Performer||Self|
|Motown 30: What’s Goin’ On!||1990||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Nelson Mandela: An International Tribute for a Free South Africa||1990||TV Movie||Herself||Self|
|Saturday Night Live||1988-1989||TV Series||Herself – Musical Guest||Self|
|The 31st Annual Grammy Awards||1989||TV Special||Herself||Self|
|Ebony/Jet Showcase||1988||TV Series||Herself||Self|
|Top of the Pops||1988||TV Series||Herself – Musical Guest||Self|
|Freedomfest: Nelson Mandela’s 70th Birthday Celebratation||1988||TV Special documentary||Herself||Self|
|Els dies clau||2015||TV Series documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|
|No me la puc treure del cap||2012||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|Catalunya.cat||2008||TV Movie documentary||Herself (uncredited)||Archive Footage|
|Loops!||2006||TV Series||Herself||Archive Footage|
|80s||2005||TV Series documentary||Herself||Archive Footage|