Lizzo Net Worth 2023: Earnings, Age, Height, Interesting Facts

Lizzo Net Worth: $12 Million

Net Worth:$12 Million
Age:34 years
Born:April 27, 1988
Height:1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Country of Origin:United States of America
Source of Wealth:Professional Rapper

Lizzo Net Worth is estimated to be around $12 Million. Lizzo is a famous American singer-songwriter, rapper, and flutist. 

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Lizzo has net worth of $12 million to her name as per different sources on internet. Here is a quick breakdown of exactly how Lizzo has made so much money.

Lizzo is rich and is about to get even wealthier now that she’s entered the fashion retail sphere. With practically everything Lizzo puts out musically entering thetop of the Billboard Hot 100.

How much does Lizzo make a year?

Yearly income for musicians can be complex, since they have so many revenue streams: songwriting royalties, earnings from streaming platforms, merchandise, sales, touring, promotions and more. Although she hasn’t been able to tour due to the pandemic, her previous time on the road was lucrative. The Cuz I Love You Too tour ran from July 2019 through January 2020 in North America, England, Europe, and Australia. Tickets at the Hollywood Palladium ranged from $89.50 to $99.50, while an amphitheater tour in Charlotte had prices ranging from $39 to $79. Added up over an entire tour, that’s a solid earnings.

Lizzo House:

Lizzo’s Los Angeles home is worth around $26 million, according to House Digest. It features a personal Hall of Fame, indoor-outdoor entertaining space, and huge walk-in closet, as per Vogue India.


The biggest source of Lizzo’s earnings is her music, which is based on the success of “Truth Hurts” alone. As per RIAA, Lizzo has hit 16.5 million certified units in digital singles, making her one of the industry’s top-earning artists.

lizzo performing
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One of the major ways singers and musicians earn money is through touring and merchandise, and Lizzo’s most profitable tour was definitely Cuz I Love You Too in 2019. It earned $8.8 million and sold 175,022 tickets—and according to Billboard, it pushed “Lizzo’s total earnings to $10.8 million and 243,789 tickets.”


On top of touring, acting , making music, and surprising adn msesmerising everyone with flute-playing skills, Lizzo earns money from endorsements. Which are basically the only thing an aspiring influencer and an A-list celebrity have in common.

Lizzo has actually done a lot of endorsement deals with some pretty huge brands. Some of the biggies include:

  • Dove
  • Urban Decay
  • Absolut Vodka
  • Google Pixel 6
  • Logitech
  • Quay


In 2022, Lizzo launched Yitty in partnership with Fabletics. The brand is meant to be “no-shame, smile-inducing shapewear designed for all body types from size 6X to XS, centered around self-love,” according to the Yitty website.

Yitty, which launched in April of 2022, also “blurs the lines of inner and outerwear with intentional-meets-functional designs,” the website says.

Forbes reported in 2020 that Fabletics was making more than $400 million in annual revenue, according to Glossy.

Yitty, a “revolutionary new shapewear brand” in partnership with Fabletics Inc. that’s made for “every damn body.”

“I felt that I was constantly being told through TV and magazines that my body wasn’t good enough. And in order to be considered ‘acceptable,’ I had to inflict some sort of pain upon it to fit into an archetype of beauty,” Lizzo told Vanity Fair around the brand’s launch in April. “Because of this, I’ve been wearing shapewear for a long time, maybe since I was in fifth or sixth grade.”

She added, “I was tired of seeing this sad, restrictive shapewear that literally no one wanted to wear. I had an epiphany like, Who can actually do something about this? I decided to take on the challenge of allowing women to feel unapologetically good about themselves again.”

Yitty literally just launched a few months ago, but expect it to do well considering the exposure it’s gotten. On top of being available on, a selection is available on Fabletics’ site itself and in all Fabletics stores. Plus, the global shapewear market was valued at $1.9 billion in 2020, according to data from Grandview Research via Forbes, and it’s projected to reach $3.9 billion by 2028. So…Lizzo definitely entered a profitable space!

Lizzo reality showWatch Out for the Big Grrrls

Lizzo’s reality show, Watch Out for the Big Grrrls, is out now on Amazon Prime Video and was the network’s most streamed show in March. JIC you haven’t seen it, the show Lizzo searches for women to join Lizzo’s Big Grrrls, i.e. her back-up dancers, for her tour. Amazon Prime Video is a major streaming platform, so it was likely a good chunk of change.

Lizzo Interesting Facts:

Lizzo was Born in Detroit but raised in Houston but she wasn’t an overnight success. She spent years improving her artistry (and flute playing!) in the Minneapolis music scene. She got a boost from the city’s most famous musician, Prince, who invited her to record at Paisley Park, his legendary studio/home compound.

Lizzo appeared on the Purple One’s 2014 album Plectrum­electrum.

In fact, Lizzo revealed to NPR in June 2019 that working with Prince not only paid; it also yielded “my first big check ever.”

“It gave me confidence to be an artist, not just a rapper or a singer or a girl in a band,” she also told Rolling Stone of working on Prince’s album. “When you’re an artist, you become eternal.” Working with Prince also gave her insights into a successful careerson I learned from Prince: perpetuate positivity, and also art is forever. Be eternal.”