Usher’s Net Worth: How Much Has the Iconic Singer Made in His Long Career?

Usher is headlining the Super Bowl 58 Halftime Show for the first time. Find out how much he has made in his three-decade-long career.

R&B legendary performer Usher is in the spotlight as he prepares to perform the Super Bowl 58 Halftime Show between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

Usher is a singer-songwriter, but has expanded his portfolio to include acting and producing, so how much has he earned in his career?

What Is Usher’s Net Worth?

Performing a Super Bowl Halftime Show is a huge deal for even the biggest of music stars. It’s an honor reserved for the best of the music industry, with some of the most prominent names in music taking to the stage. That privilege in Super Bowl 58 falls to Usher.

Usher is one of the most successful musicians of all time and has a net worth of $180 million, reports Celebrity Net Worth. The 45-year-old’s career spans three decades, and he is one of the most influential artists in R&B.

After nine studio albums and 80 million records sold globally, Usher is headlining his first Super Bowl Halftime Show. However, it isn’t the first time the music icon has appeared at the big game.

The Super Bowl 58 headliner was a special guest for the Black Eyed Peas in 2011 when he sang “OMG,” which he released alongside will.i.am.

We can expect to hear the song again at the Super Bowl as one of Usher’s biggest hits. However, the singer isn’t short of best-selling and Grammy award-winning songs to choose from. “You Make Me Wanna…,” “Yeah!,” “DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love,” “My Boo,” and “Burn” are expected to feature.

As well as his stellar music career, Usher has expanded his talents outside the music industry, contributing to his net worth. He has also starred as an actor, making his acting debut in the TV series “Moesha” in 1997.

Since then, Usher has also acted in films with his list including “The Faculty,” “She’s All That,” and “In the Mix.”

Usher has also made plenty of investments helping boost his net worth. The star singer’s business ventures include media company Mass Appeal Magazine and catering company Hungry, which he invested in alongside Jay-Z, Walter Robb, and Ndamukong Suh.

The singer then later announced he was part of a collective that invested in Liquid I.V. — a health and nutrition wellness company — with Justin Bieber, Kendall Jenner, Kevin Hart, and Demi Lovato among others.

On top of this, Usher is also the co-owner of Tidal and is a part-owner of the NBA team, the Cleveland Cavaliers.

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Plenty of endorsement opportunities have also come Usher’s way over his successful career. Whether it be MasterCard, Microsoft, Samsung, or Pepsi, there hasn’t been a shortage of companies wanting to work with the singer.

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