Erica Campbell Net Worth

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Erica Campbell Net Worth:
$10 Million

Erica Campbell net worth: Erica Campbell is an American singer and reality television star who has a net worth of $10 million dollars. Born in Inglewood, California, Erica Campbell, also known as Erica Atkins Campbell, is one half of the popular gospel music duo, Mary Mary, with her sister, Trecina "Tina" Atkins Campbell. The sisters were both born in 1978, the middle children of a family of nine siblings. They began singing gospel music together while children, and both chose to pursue degrees in voice after high school. They studied classical voice at El Camino College, while continuing to pursue gospel music careers outside of school. By 1995, they had begun touring with various gospel groups and serving as backup singers to such artists as Brandy. After catching the attention of music producer Warryn Campbell, the sisters signed a songwriting deal with EMI Publishing, and began writing songs for various soundtracks. They formed their gospel duo, Mary Mary, in the late 90s, and released their first album, "Thankful" in 2000. They have since released five more very successful albums, and won three Grammy Awards. Ms. Campbell is currently one of the subjects of the new WE tv reality series, "Mary Mary" which premiered in 2012.

Erica Campbell Net Worth

Erica Campbell

Net Worth:$10 Million
Date of Birth:Apr 29, 1972 (48 years old)
Profession:Songwriter, Singer, Actor, Film Score Composer
Nationality:United States of America
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