Janelle Monáe is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and model signed to her own imprint, Wondaland Arts Society, and Atlantic Records. She is best known as the singer of the songs like "Tightrope," "PrimeTime" and "Electric Lady."
Janelle Monae's brilliant career
Janelle began writing and producing her own music since 2001. Her extraordinary sound and stage presence caught the attention of Big Boi from Outkast. Monae released her first independent album, "The Audition" in 2003. The album "The Audition" was a commercial failure but was an indication of her potential for greatness.
Janelle even went on to sign with Bad Boy Records in 2006. A year later, she released her first full-length album, "Metropolis Suite I: The Chase" in 2007. The album webbed her a Grammy nomination, and the release of her second album, "The ArchAndroid" in 2010, made her more popular.
Janelle's next album, "The Electric Lady" is scheduled for release in September 2013. Janelle also worked at NACA and focused on understanding air flow. Besides that, she aimed to be a role model for women and minorities within NASA and the science community.
Janelle Monae's luxury cars, house, and net worth
Atlanta-based singer Janelle Monáe is one of the highest paid singers and songwriters in the world. 31-year-old Janelle Monáe has taken the No. 1 spot on People With Money’s top 10 highest-paid singers for 2017 with an estimated $46 million in combined earnings. She has an estimated net worth of over $145 million.
An American R&B singer
Janelle Monae Robinson popular as Janelle Monae owes her fortune to smart stock investments, substantial property, and holdings with CoverGirl cosmetics. Monae also owns several restaurants (the “Fat Monáe Burger” chain) in Washington, a Football Team (the “Kansas City Angels”).
She has launched her own brand of Vodka (Pure Wondermonáe - US). She is now tackling the juniors market with a top-selling perfume (With Love from Janelle) and a fashion line called “Janelle Monáe Seduction”. Detail information of her luxury cars and houses are not made available to the media.