Khalid Donnel Robinson was born in Fort Stewart, Georgia, United States, on February 11, 1998. He goes under the stage name Khalid. Khalid is a singer-songwriter and American citizen from El Paso, Texas. 

Robinson received many honors, such as six wins for the Grammy Award, six Billboard Music Awards, three American Music Awards, and an MTV Video Music Award. Robinson received recognition by Time magazine as one of the 100 Most Influential People of 2019.

Khalid Robinson Net Worth

Khalid Robinson is an American singer and songwriter who is worth $10 million. In November 2018, Khalid bought a house in Encino, a neighborhood of Los Angeles, for $1.9 million. This house ended up selling for $2.2 million almost two years ago.

Khalid Robinson Net Worth

Khalid’s wealth comes from more than just his songs. In addition to securing profitable endorsement agreements, the singer established collaborations with Forever 21 and Hollister, among others.

Khalid Career

Khalid started writing and making music when he graduated from high school. He put up some of his early work on SoundCloud. In July 2016, not long after finishing Americas High School, Khalid got to number two on the Billboard Twitter Emerging Artists list. When his song “Location” started to do well on the charts. A surprise hit, “Young Dumb & Broke” turned out the second song from the record.

It did well on rhythmic radio and then moved over to pop radio in early 2018. The song “Electric” by Alina Baraz starring Khalid came out in January 2017. Khalid sang on Kendrick Lamar’s song “The Heart Part 4“, which came out on March 24, 2017, but wasn’t given credit for it. On his 21-city Location Tour in January and February 2017, he sold out every show, even the 1,500-seat Tricky Falls in El Paso.

Khalid Career

On March 3, 2017, subsequent to the conclusion of the tour, his debut studio album American Teen was released. “Silence,” Khalid’s subsequent single, served as a collaborative effort with American DJ Marshmello. It premiered on August 11, 2017. The hip-hop song “The Ways” by Khalid and Swae Lee featured in the Marvel movie Black Panther. He put out a duo with singer Normani called “Love Lies” for the Love, Simon movie album.

The song made it to the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100 in 2018. Khalid made history on April 20, 2019, when he became the first and only artist to have all five songs in the top 5 of the Billboard R&B Songs chart. After the release of Free Spirit, Khalid claimed to have surpassed Ariana Grande to become the most popular artist in the world on Spotify, with 50.4 million weekly listens.

Khalid Robinson Scenic Drive and Everything Is Changing

Khalid’s new song “New Normal” premiered on Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic Unity 22 spaceship at Spaceport America in New Mexico on July 11, 2021. Everything Is Changing, his forthcoming third studio album, will feature the track. Khalid’s first mixtape, Scenic Drive, came out on December 3, 2021, before the album. Khalid teased a new song called “Backseat” on November 20, 2021. It’s the third track on the mixtape. Following this, his song “Silver Platter” ended up on the music record for the 2023 movie Barbie.

Khalid Family

His mother, Linda Wolfe, and her father were both in the military, so he lived in a lot of different places as a kid. He went to Fort Campbell in Kentucky, Fort Drum in Watertown, New York, and Heidelberg, Germany, for six years. Wolfe joined the Army and worked as a supply worker.

Robinson learned how to sing and act in musicals in high school. For the first three years of high school, he went to Carthage Central High School in Carthage, New York. Then, he and his mother moved to El Paso, Texas, and he went to America’s High School for his final year.

Robinson Musical style

Khalid’s music is mainly R&B, hip-hop, pop, and pop-soul. He can sing in both the baritone and tenor ranges, which makes him a baritenor. Khalid’s singing range is two and a half octaves, from the low F2 to the middle B♭4.

Khalid says his mother is the person who first inspired him to become a musician. Other artists he looks up to include Kendrick Lamar, A$AP Rocky, Father John Misty, Frank Ocean, Grizzly Bear, Chance the Rapper, Lorde, and India. Arie, and James Blake.

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