Conan Gray is an American singer-songwriter and social media personality. He is an icon of Generation Z. 



On December 5, 1998, Conan Gray was born in Lemon Grove, California. His mother is Japanese, and his father is of Irish descent. Gray’s family relocated to Hiroshima, Japan, shortly after he was born to take care of his grandfather, who was experiencing health problems. His family left Japan after two years and returned to the United States. The pop singer used to speak Japanese quite well, but as time went on, he became less and less proficient.

Gray’s parents separated when he was three years old. The musician took this very personally and wrote a song about it. Thanks to his father’s military employment, Gray experienced twelve moves during his childhood. Gray eventually made his home in Georgetown, Texas, when he was a teenager.Gray relocated to Los Angeles after receiving acceptance to UCLA following his high school graduation.

Early Life

At the age of twelve, Conan began writing and performing songs, and some of his first videos were posted to YouTube when he was just a fourth grader. Conan Gray started taking his career more seriously in 2013. At the age of 15, started uploading vlogs to his YouTube channel.

Initially, he concentrated on daily life content like vlogs. Later he shared music covers, original songs, and vlogs detailing his early life. Gray lists Lorde, Landa Del Rey, and Taylor Swift as some of his musical influences. “Idle Town” and “Grow,” two of Gray’s 2017 Spotify singles, were released. On Spotify, both singles quickly attracted millions of listeners. 

Gray inked a record deal with Republic Records in 2018 as a result of his enormous success on Spotify and his notoriety on YouTube. He released his debut EP, “Sunset Season,” in November 2018. “Kid Krow,” Gray’s first studio album, debuted in 2020 and peaked at number five on the US Billboard 200. “Superache,” Gray’s second studio album, is currently in production.

Net Worth 

Conan’s net worth is $5 Million by 2023. He is a former YouTuber. He mainly earns from his music career and brand endorsements.


Conan released his five-track extended play Sunset Season the following year. The album features hits like Crush Culture, Greek God, Lookalike, Idle Town, and Generation Why

Peaking at number #116 on the Billboard 200 and number #2 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, the EP achieved commercial success. Conan joined forces with Girl in Red and embarked on a North American tour in the wake of this EP’s success. He started The Comfort Crowd Tour the following year. In January 2019, Gray not only achieved success in the music industry but also made his TV debut as a musical guest on an episode of the comedy talk show Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Kid Krow, Conan’s first full-length studio album, was released in March 2020. It peaked at number #2 on the Top Album Sales chart and number #5 on the Billboard 200. The album has sold over 37,000 copies so far. Conan’s album became the biggest new artist debut of 2020 in America and the top-charting pop solo debut album in nearly two years since Camila Cabello’s 2018 album.

Gray released many singles between 2021 and 2022, including People Watching, Jigsaw, Overdrive, Astronomy, and Telepath. Superache, his second studio album, is expected to contain these tracks. It is scheduled for release on June 24, 2022. Memories, a song by Conan Gray, was released on April 15, 2022. In just two days after its release, it had almost one million views on YouTube.

Friendship with Olivia Rodrigo


The two pop stars got together over music at first. They not only have the same producer, Dan Nigro, but they also adore Taylor Swift’s songs. Since then, the pair has given us several glimpses into their wonderful relationship, such as attending Halloween parties together, encouraging one another’s music, and hanging out at significant occasions like the Met Gala.

In June 2021, alongside Lydia Night, Iris Apatow, and Madison Hu, Gray made a special appearance at Rodrigo’s Sour Prom concert.

The “Drivers License” singer was up for a few awards at the 2021 American Music Awards, and Gray and Rodrigo were by each other’s sides. During the ceremony, Gray sat beside Rodrigo, and as she was awarded New Artist of the Year, she was seen giving her a big hug.

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