Kandi Burruss net worth: Kandi Burruss is a singer, songwriter, record producer and television personality who has a net worth of $35 million. Kandi Burruss earned her net worth mainly as a former member of the band Xscape and through songwriting and record producing. She has had a lot of success with both and went on to win several awards, including a Grammy, for her songwriting. Among her successes were the hits "No Scrubs" for TLC, "Bug a Boo," "Bills, Bills, Bills," and "The Writings on the Wall" for the girl group Destiny's child. She wrote songs for many recording artists, including Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, Usher, and many more. She was also the executive producer and did the rewrites for Kim Zolciak, her fellow cast member from the Real Housewives of Atlanta, with her song, "Tardy for the Party."
Kandi Burruss released her first solo album in the year 2000. The title of her debut album "Hey Kandi" included singles "Don't Think I'm Not," and "Cheatin on me." The album was co-produced with Kevin "She'kspere" Briggs and ranked 32 on the U.S. Billboard Top R&B and Hip Hop albums chart. She released her second album, "Kandi Koated" (which was originally titled "B.L.O.G.") in 2010. That album's first single was titled "I Need" and featured rappers 8Ball and MJG. The album was released under the label Asylum Records. There were plans to have Lil Scrappy appear on the album with the song, "Keep it Gangsta," but not as a promotional single. The lead single on the album ranked 89 on billboards Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart.
Kandi became one half of the duo, Peach Candy, with Rasheeda, and released PeachCandy EP with a five track lineup on iTunes. Kandi also founded her own record label and is also the CEO of Kandi Koated Entertainment. She is now famous for being a a cast member of the television reality show "Real Housewives of Atlanta" which she joined in the second season. Kandi also appeared on an episode of Who Wants to be a Millionaire where she helped a housewife win a million dollars. Kandi has decided to expand her television career and had an acting role in the television sitcom "Are We There Yet," and VH1′s Single Ladies. She also had a Bravo spinoff show of her own called "The Kandi Factory".
Kandi Burruss was engaged to Ashley (A.J.) Jewell and shared custody of his twin daughters. Her fiance met with a tragic and untimely death, outside a strip club called the Body Tap Club. The man arrested for the fight was charged with voluntary manslaughter. Kandi has one daughter (Riley) from a previous relationship with Russell "Block" Spencer of Block Entertainment. She is currently engaged to Todd Tucker, who is also involved in the entertainment business.