What is Chris Brown Net Worth?


On May 5, 1989, in Tappahannock, Virginia, Christopher Maurice Brown was born to Joyce Hawkins, a childcare centre director, and Clinton Brown, a correctional officer. Lytrell Bundy is his older sister.

When he was young, his parents divorced, and his mother became a victim of domestic violence by her new partner.

Chris learned to sing and dance while growing up by watching his idols Usher and Michael Jackson. Chris has also stated that his parents’ collection of soul songs influenced him musically as a child.

What is Chris Brown’s Net Worth?

Chris Brown is a $50 million net-worth American R&B musician. Chris Brown has released nine studio albums since his debut in 2005, several of which have gone multi-platinum.

Chris Brown began as a nice, church-going young artist. He taught himself to sing and dance, sang in the church choir, and was a little angel all around.

He signed with Jive Records in 2004, at the age of 15, and released his first album in 2005. It was certified double platinum.

His second album, “Exclusive,” was a bigger hit, with multiple chart-topping songs. He has since recorded many more albums, and while none have been as successful as his first two, they have all sold well. Regrettably, Mr. Brown’s personal life has not been as successful.

He appears to have some self-control issues, as do many young stars. This became abundantly obvious when he assaulted his now ex-girlfriend Rihanna in February 2009.

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Chris Brown Real Estate

Chris has lived in a four-bedroom hilltop estate in Tarzana, California, since 2014. He paid $4.35 million for the home, which comprises an 8,000-square-foot residence on 0.75 acres. Here’s a bird’s-eye view of Chris Brown’s Tarzana mansion:

From 2011 to 2015, he lived in the Hollywood Hills in a $1.5 million hillside mansion. He left this house after a feud with neighbors about the graffiti he sprayed on the mansion’s exteriors. He previously resided in a West Hollywood condo that he purchased in 2.

The homeowners association effectively drove him out of this condo for making too much noise and reportedly holding hallway dog races.

He also routinely parked in the building’s handicapped spaces. He sold it for $1.6 million, which was roughly what he paid in 2011. 

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