Keri Lynn Hilson, or just Keri Hilson, is an American vocalist and an occasional celebrity. Keri began her professional career as a background singer and songwriter for several hip hop and R&B artists. At the age 14 Keri joined a girls’ group D’Signe, which disbanded before getting greater acknowledgement. While still studying at Emory University, the American singer began composing tunes for such beginnings as Mary J. Blige and Britney Spears. In 2007 Hilson got a deal with Mosley Records, a label founded and directed by Timbaland.
Keri Hilson Net Worth $25 Million Dollars
A genuine breakthrough in the American singer’s professional career arrived in 2007, when Keri appeared on Timbaland’s tune “The Way I Are”, which ruled over the graphs all around the globe. Keri Hilson net worth is now estimated at $25 million. During Keri’s career this starlet has won several prestigious accolades, including Grammies for the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best New artist.
Keri was born in Georgia, in an easy middle class family and raised in Afro American neighborhood. She’s one of four kids and contains siblings Kaycee, Kelsee and Kye. Although it meant they must awaken considerably earlier, Hilsons were convinced that giving their kids the best instruction accessible is the most important things. At the age 12, after seeing Showtime in the Apollo and Star Search, Keri began to dream to become a musician. Apollo’s mom believed this dream could really become a reality and signed Keri to take piano lessons. If it had not been for her mother’s support, Keri Hilson net worth would not have reached such remarkable peaks.
With Anthony’s help Keri made some useful acquisitions and shortly began composing for Usher and Spears by herself. Later, Hilson joined the collective of songwriters who called themselves The Clutch. The record sold almost 100 thousand copies during the week after launch and eventually received Gold certificate from RIAA. Following this breakthrough, Keri Hilson net worth shot to the stars.
December 5, 1982
Decatur, Georgia, United States
5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Singer-songwriter, Artist, Dancer, Actor, Musician, Music artist
United States of America
Samuel Soba (m. 2002)
Riddick, Think Like A Man
No Boys Allowed, In a Perfect World..., Lose Control (Let Me Down), Ms. Keri