What is Thomas Rhett Net Worth 2022? Everything We Know So Far?
Thomas Rhett Akins Jr. Is an American country music composer as well as vocalist. And he was born on 30th March 1990. He is the son of Rhett Akins who is also a singer. Thomas Rhett net worth as of October 2022 is $5 million.
Thomas has released five studio albums under Big Machine Records’ Velory Music Banner which are like This is It in 2013, Tangled Up is 2015, Life Changes in 2017, Center Point Road in 2019, Country Againe: Side A in 2021 and Where we started in 2019.
As of now he has been nominated for four Grammy Awards which include two as Best Country album in 2017.
It Goes Like This,” “Get Me Some of That,” “Make Me Wanna,” “Crash and Burn,” “Die a Happy Man,” “T-Shirt,” “Star of the Show,” “Craving You,” “Unforgettable,” “Marry Me,” “Life Changes,” “Sixteen,” “Remember You Young,” “Look What God Gave Her,” “Beer Can’t Fix,” “What’s Your Country Song,” and “Cool Water.” His five albums have produced
Thomas has written some hits for Jason Aldean, Lee Brice, Florida Georgia Line, LoCash and Michael Ray and all these are some others to addition to his own work.
What is the Early Life of Thomas Rhett?
Rhett was born to Paige Braswell and Rhett Akins in Valdosta, Georgia. As a child he known some singers like Tim McGraw and Brooks & Dunn. On his mother’s side he has one younger sister and on his father’s side he has two half younger brothers.
After learning to play drums in junior high school, Thomas eventually joined his father on stage to perform. He was also a member of band named The High Heeled Flip Flops when he was still in the high school. Thomas studied communications at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee.
He was dropped out of college when he was twenty years old to focus on his music career. Followed to this he signed a publishing agreement with Big Machine Group and started writing tunes.
What is the Career History of Thomas Rhett?
In 2011, he got a record deal with Big Machine Records’ Valory Music Group Branch, when he co-wrote I Ain’t Ready To Quit with Jason Aldean on his 2010 album My Kinda Party. All around 1.7 million copies were sold in its release for first year. It made the record one of the best selling debut albums of all time.
Rhett also co-wrote Jason Aldean’s “1994,” Lee Brice’s “Parking Lot Party,” and Florida Georgia Line’s “Round Here” in 2013. Rhett and his father co-wrote five of the top 10 songs on the Country Airplay chart during the week of September 21, 2013, including “It Goes Like This.”
He released his debut song, “Something to Do with My Hands,” in early 2012, and his second single, “Beer with Jesus,” in the following month. Top 30 hits on the Hot Country Songs list for both these songs. In addition to topping the Country Airplay chart, “It Goes Like This” also reached number two on the Hot Country Songs list as his third single. Thomas Rhett net worth as of October 2022 is $5 million.
What is the Net Worth of Thomas Rhett?
Thomas Rhett is an American country music singer and has a net worth around $5 million as of October 2022. He was born on 30th March 1990 in Valdosta, Georgia.
Some Favourite Quotes From Thomas Rhett –
“Everybody besides my piano player has been with me since the very first day. We were a four-piece band for a solid two years. It was me playing acoustic and rhythm electric guitar, a bass player, a drummer and a lead guitar player. For a couple of years, we sounded like the Foo Fighters.” – Thomas Rhett
“I wanted to be a physical therapist because I had torn up my knee and thought it was interesting with the rehab and whatever. And I did kinesiology, and after the first four days of class, I dropped out because I was like, ‘This ain’t the class for me!’” – Thomas Rhett
“I think, for every artist, the second album is the most terrifying one to put out. Because it can either boost your career, and everybody can’t wait until your third album, or the second one is terrible. And ‘He probably hit a plateau on his first one.”- Thomas Rhett
“Any time you’re nominated for anything, it’s a true blessing and something you should be really excited about. But it’s sort of time to not be considered new anymore because I don’t really feel like I’m new. I’m just glad people still see me as fresh. I wish there was a ‘fresh country artist category’ rather than ‘new.” – Thomas Rhett
“I played at Sony, Warner Bros., Universal, Big Machine, Capitol… After I played every one of those places, everyone offered me a record deal. I was just like, ‘Who am I? Why do I even deserve this?’ There are people busting their butts on Broadway doing this hardcore. Playing three hours a night for tips, and I didn’t even ask for it.” – Thomas Rhett