Aretha Franklin


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Aretha Louise Franklin was an American singer, songwriter, musician as well as an actress, but universally considered to be “The Queen of Soul”. Aretha rose to prominence in 1968, when she released two commercially profitable albums, namely “Lady Soul” in January which upon its release became a huge success in the US, topping the Billboard Pop Albums, Jazz Albums and Black Albums charts, and followed by “Aretha Now” . In addition to spawning such singles as “Chain of Fools” and “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman”, “Lady Soul” was included in the list of “The 500 Greatest Albums of All Time”, compiled by “Rolling Stone” magazine, and is also considered to be among the greatest albums as featured on the VH1 network. “Aretha Now” was her fifteenth studio album, released in June of 1968, and featuring such popular singles as “I Say a Little Prayer” and “Think/You Send Me”, “Aretha Now” peaked at #5 on the Billboard chart and since its release has been given a gold certification from the RIAA. Aretha Franklin released 112 singles that have made it to the Billboard music charts, and sold more than 75 million albums around the world. Franklin’s contributions to the music industry have been acknowledged with 18 Grammy Awards, as well as an induction into the GMA Gospel Music Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and UK Music Hall of Fame. Aretha Franklin passed away in 2018.A famous singer and musician, how rich was Aretha Franklin? Authoritative sources estimate that Aretha’s net worth was over $60 million, undoubtedly accumulated mostly due to her singing career over more than five decades.

Full Name Aretha Franklin
Net Worth $60 Million
Date Of Birth March 25, 1942
Died 18 August 2018
Place Of Birth Memphis, Tennessee, United States
Height 5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Profession Singer, Songwriter, Actor, Artist, Singer-songwriter, Musician, Music artist
Education Juilliard School, New York, Northern High School, Detroit, Michigan
Nationality American
Spouse Glynn Turman (m. 1978–1984), Ted White (m. 1961–1969)
Children Ted White Jr., Kecalf Cunningham, Edward Franklin, Clarence Franklin
Parents Barbara Siggers Franklin, C. L. Franklin
Siblings Natural Woman, I Say a Little Prayer, I Knew You Were Waiting, Erma Franklin, Carolyn Franklin, Carl Ellan Kelley, Rev. Cecil Franklin, Vaughn Franklin
Nicknames Aretha Franklyn , Franklin, Aretha , Arthaa Franklin , Aretja Franklin , Aretha Fanklin , Aretha Louise Franklin , aretha_franklin , The Queen of Soul
Awards The BET Honors Award for Musical Arts (2014), Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (1994), Grammy Awards for Best Female R&B Vocal Performance, American Music Awards for Favorite Soul/R&B Album
Record Labels J.V.B Records, Columbia, Atlantic, Arista, RCA Records
Albums Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics (2014), Lady Soul (1968), Aretha Now (1968), Aretha Live at Fillmore West (1971), Songs of Faith (1956)
Nominations Grammy Hall of Fame, GMA Gospel Music Hall of Fame, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, UK Music Hall of Fame, MTV Video Music Awards, NAACP Image Awards, Soul Train Music Awards
Movies Muscle Shoals(2013), Blues Brothers 2000 (1998), George Michael & Aretha Franklin: I Knew You Were Waiting – For Me (1987, video), Stations of the Elevated (1981), The Blues Brothers (1980), Aretha Franklin: Freeway of Love (1985, video short)
TV Shows Scandal (TV Series), Wimbledon (2016), So You Think You Can Dance (2009-2014), X Factor (2010, TV Series), EastEnders (TV Series), Detroit 1-8-7 (2010, TV Series), Room 222 (1972, TV Series), Shindig! (TV Series)