Conan Gray is an American singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $4 Million He is best known for sharing content on his self-titled YouTube channel which was previously named “ConanXCanon.”
Conan started YouTube in early 2013 but the turning point of his career came when his cover of the song “To Make You Feel My Love” went viral. That track was released in November 2014 and since then he continued to upload more songs as well as vlogs.
In 2018 Conan’s music eventually caught the attention of “Republic Records” with whom he signed. Under the deal, he dropped his debut EP “Sunset Season” that same year. Later, he released a number of songs and studio albums which helped him to earn recognition.
Conan Gray’s Net Worth
Conan is one of the most promising artists in the American music industry. He made a name for himself by releasing hit singles and EPs. His studio album earned him mainstream success after being charted in several countries.
Conan mainly earns from releasing new albums, performing on live shows, and his YouTube channel. He garnered more than 5 million subscribers on his eponymous channel with millions of views on every single music video. As of 2023, Conan Gray’s net worth is estimated to be $4 Million.
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Born||December 5, 1998|
|Country||United States of America|
Conan Lee Gray was born on December 5th, 1998, in San Diego, California, to an Irish father and a Japanese mother. When Conan was just a child his grandfather was diagnosed with cancer, as a result, the entire family moved to Hiroshima, Japan for treatment.
Conan and his family spent two years in Japan and then returned to California due to his father’s work in the military. By the age of 3 Conan’s parents separated, and since then he grew up with an older sister as well as a younger half-brother.
While growing up he and his family moved all around the city to almost 15 different places due to his father’s work. The family eventually settled in Georgetown, Texas, where he completed his graduation.
In September 2017 Conan moved to LA where he went to study filmmaking at the University of California, Los Angeles. After studying there for some time he decided to pursue his music career and took a hiatus from the University.
At the age of 12 Conan started writing lyrics and uploaded some tracks on YouTube while studying in the 4th grade. Later in 2013, he took his passion more seriously by creating his channel titled “ConanXCanon” by the age of 15.
At first, he began focussing on uploading lifestyle and everyday vlogs. As a kid, the first video he ever watched on YouTube was Taylor Swift’s music video “Teardrops on My Guitar” which encouraged him to pursue music.
In March 2017 Gray released his debut single “Idle Town” on SoundCloud and YouTube. The song went viral, reaching over 21 million views on YouTube. His second self-released song was “Grow” in September 2017.
Conan signed a deal with Republic Records and dropped his single “Generation Why” in October 2018. The man earned massive success with this hit single, amassing over 34 million views on YouTube.
In the next month his debut EP “Sunset Season” came out which consists of 5 tracks including Crush Culture, Idle Town, Greek God, Lookalike, and Generation Why. Conan saw immense success with this EP after it peaked at number 116 and number 2 on the Billboard 200 and Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart respectively.
In the support of this EP Conan collaborated with “Girl in Red” and announced his North American tour. In 2019 he was on “The Comfort Crowd Tour.” Conan’s full-length studio album “Kid Krow” was released in March 2020. It went all the way to number 5 on the Billboard 200 and number 2 Top Album Sales chart.
In addition, the album sold over 37,000 copies, becoming the biggest new artist debut of 2020 as well as the greatest pop solo debut project in over 2 years since Camila Cabello’s 2018 album. In later 2020 Conan dropped his single “Heather” which became the sixth and final song from his album “Kid Krow.” The song went viral on TikTok, making his first entrance on the Billboard Hot 100.
Despite being a successful singer, Conan first appeared as a musical guest in an episode of the comedy talk show series “Late Night with Seth Meyers” in January 2019. Conan released his second album “Superache” in June 2022 which contains 12 tracks. It included hit songs like Memories, Yours, Disaster, and many more.
In July of that year, Conan got a chance to perform the national anthem at the 2022 “Major League Baseball Home Run Derby.” Apart from this, he sang “Heather” at “The Today Show” and “The Late Late Show with James Corden” in 2020.
- Sunset Season (Debut EP, 2018)
- Maniac (Song, 2019)
- Heather (Song, 2020)
- Kid Krow (Debut album, 2020)
- Superache (Second album, 2022)
- 2019 Shorty Award, Best YouTube Musician _ Won
- 2019 Streamy Awards, Breakthrough Artist _ Nomination
- 2020 MTV Europe Music Awards, Best Push Act _ Nomination
- 2020 People’s Choice Awards, Best New Artist _ Nomination
- 2021 Gold Derby Music Awards, Best New Artist _ Nomination