Giveon is an American R&B singer and songwriter who has a net worth of $2 Million. He rose to fame after being featured in Drake’s hit single “Chicago Freestyle” in 2020. That track went viral and earned Giveon immense recognition all across the country.
Following the success, he began recording his own music, releasing two EPs “Take Time” and “When It’s All Said and Done.” His first EP led him to receive a Grammy Award nomination for Best R&B Album while his second EP hit the Top R&B Albums chart by reaching at top 10.
Later his single “Heartbreak Anniversary” became certified Platinum by RIIA and was included in his EP “Take Time.” Despite releasing his own music, Giveon worked with the likes of Daniel Caesar, and Justin Bieber among others.
Giveon’s Net Worth
Giveon established himself as one of the most promising singers in the music industry. He came to the spotlight when he was featured in Drake’s hit single “Chicago Freestyle.” Later he gained further recognition with two of his EP both of which were released in 2020.
Giveon accumulated a lot of fortune from releasing EPs, new albums, and hit singles, as well as collaborations with other artists. The majority of his income comes from his YouTube channel where he amassed over 2.7 million subscribers.
In Feb 2020, Giveon dropped the audio version of his single “Heartbreak Anniversary” which garnered over 333 million views on YouTube. As of 2023, Giveon’s net worth is estimated to be $2 Million.
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Born||February 21, 1995|
|Country||United States of America|
Giveon Dezmann Evans was born on February 21st, 1995, in Long Beach, California. He grew up in a family alongside three brothers and his mother. It was thanks to his mom that Giveon developed a love for music from an early age.
As a child, he began singing at birthday parties which encouraged him to pursue a professional singing career. As he grew older Giveon’s voice changed and he became deeper which caused him to lose confidence in his ability.
In terms of studies, he attended Long Beach Polytechnic High School. His mom signed him up to take part in a music education program at the Grammy Museum where Giveon came face to face. Around that time he began listening to artists like Frank Sinatra and Miguel which inspired him to start writing his own.
As a young man, Giveon worked on his writing skills and had always been someone who took to create a short story from a very early age. In 2013, he released an EP, but he ended up scrapping the project altogether. At that moment he realized that he had to grow more as an artist.
Later he picked up a job working as a waiter and mascot for a local shrimp franchise. He worked there for years before finally reaching his breakthrough point. He also started a dog-walking business in his neighborhood. Giveon spent a couple of months walking other people’s dogs.
In August 2018 Giveon released his first single “Garden Kisses” and a follow-up single “Fields.” These two tracks became huge viral sensations and got him noticed by Canadian record producer Sevn Thomas.
After these two connected they created Giveon’s biggest successful project, a song called “Like I Want You.” From there Giveon signed with “Epic Records” and “Not So Fast Records.” Together they released Giveon’s first studio EP titled “Take Time.” This extended play wound up peaking at the top place on the Heatseekers Albums chart and led the singer to receive a 2012 Grammy Award nomination.
Giveon followed that up with the release of his second EP “When It’s All Said and Done” in October 2020. The project was another big success for Giveon, hitting the Billboard 200. His track “Stuck On You” became the lead single for his EP and he also performed the song on Jimmy Kimmel’s Live show.
In February 2020 Giveon dropped his single “Heartbreak Anniversary” becoming his Billboard Hot 100 entry. In March of that year, he made the compilation of his first two EPs titled “When It’s All Said and Done… Take Time” which also contains a new track “All to Me.”
Giveon’s hit track “Like I Want You” led to a further opportunity to open for Los Angeles-based Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra on her World Tour. According to reports, Giveon teamed up with Drake to make a track for the movie “Amsterdam” in September 2022.
Then there was Giveon’s feature with Drake which really earned him popularity in the world of music. That track became such a massive success reaching at number 14 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 chart as well as earning overwhelming responses from fans. In March 2021 Justin Bieber released his single Peaches from his Justice album in which Giveon worked as a featuring artist.
Apart from this, Giveon announced his first tour called “Timeless Tour” in 2021 which consist of 14 shows all across North America. Then in 2022 his second tour “Give or Take Tour” was announced which began in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to ended in Toronto.
Giveon began his relationship with singer and rapper Justine Skye in 2020. Giveon and Justine went on the Jamaican trip in December 2020. The two were in a relationship for the past 14 months before they broke up in 2021.
- Chicago Freestyle (Featured in Drake’s single, 2020)
- Take Time (First EP, 2020)
- When It’s All Said and Done (Second EP, 2020)
- Heartbreak Anniversary (Song, 2021)
- Peaches (Featured in Justin Bieber’s single, 2021)
- 2022 American Music Awards, Favorite Male R&B Artist _ Nomination
- 2022 Grammy Awards _ Nominations
- 2021 MTV Video Music Awards, Best Pop _ Won
- 2021-2022 NAACP Image Awards _ Nominations