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Net Worth:
$4 Million
Jun 29, 1993 (30 years old)
Santa Cruz, California, U.S.
Musician, producer, singer, rapper, songwriter, comedian, filmmaker
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What is Oliver Tree's Net Worth?

Oliver Tree is a singer-songwriter and filmmaker who has a net worth of $4 million. Oliver Tree first achieved major recognition in 2016 when his song "When I'm Down" went viral. He had further success in 2020 with his debut studio album "Ugly is Beautiful," and in 2021 with his song "Life Goes On." Tree's second studio album, "Cowboy Tears," came out in early 2022. His third studio album "Alone in a Crowd" was released in September 2023.

Early Life

Oliver Tree was born as Oliver Tree Nickell on June 29, 1993 in Santa Cruz, California. He began showing his musical abilities at an early age; at three, he was taking piano lessons, and by the age of six had written an album. He later played the guitar in a ska band called Irony. As a teen in high school, Tree got into electronic and hip hop music, and became a DJ. He also recorded with the rap group Mindfuck, and under the stage name Kryph, produced dubstep music and performed at some festivals. By the time he was 17, Tree had opened shows for such artists as Frank Ocean and Tyler, the Creator.

Career Beginnings

In 2010, Tree officially launched his solo recording career. Although he originally self-released his music, he eventually signed with R&S Records in 2011. After a hiatus during which he studied music technology at California Institute of the Arts, Tree released his first EP, entitled "Demons," in 2013. The same year, he released an independent album called "Splitting Branches." Three years after that, Tree made his television debut on "Last Call with Carson Daly," performing with DJ and rapper Getter. Tree also had a viral hit with his song "When I'm Down," garnering him his greatest recognition yet.

EPs and Studio Albums

After the viral success of "When I'm Down," Tree signed to Atlantic Records; he went on to release his major-label debut EP, "Alien Boy," in early 2018. Along with this, he released a music video for "All That x Alien Boy," which features him performing his own monster truck stunts at the Perris Auto Speedway. Later in 2018, Tree released a music video for his single "Hurt," from his upcoming debut album "Ugly is Beautiful." The following year, he released the music videos for his songs "Fuck" and "Miracle Man," as well as his second EP, "Do You Feel Me?" Tree also released the single "Cash Machine" alongside its music video. In May of 2020, he released the music video for "Bury Me Alive."

Oliver Tree Net Worth

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Following a number of delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic and other world events, Tree finally released his debut studio album, "Ugly is Beautiful," in July of 2020. A significant commercial hit, it debuted at number 14 on the Billboard 200 and at number one on the Top Rock Albums chart. In addition to Tree's own contributions, the album features production from such artists as Marshmello, Stint, Andrew Goldstein, and Whethan. On the deluxe edition of the album, meanwhile, Tree had a hit with the single "Life Goes On." He went on to release his second studio album, "Cowboy Tears," in early 2022; it was supported by the single "Cowboys Don't Cry."

On September 29, 2023 Oliver released his third studio album "Alone in a Crowd."


Tree has collaborated with a number of artists so far in his career. In 2016, he was featured on the song "My Mind Is" by NVDES and on "Forget It" by Getter. He was featured on another NVDES song, "Running," in 2018. Tree has also been featured on such songs as Lorenzo's "Pumpidup," Whethan's "Freefall," and Lil Yachty's "Asshole." In 2021, he collaborated with the Russian rave band Little Big on the collaborative EP "Welcome to the Internet," which features the single "Turn it Up." In 2022 he collaborated with Killer Mike on the track "Mr Regular."

Music Festivals and Tours

On the festival circuit, Tree has performed at such major festivals as Lollapalooza, Coachella, and Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival. He had a dramatic incident at Coachella in 2019 when he stumbled after leaping from the stage, resulting in injuries to his lip, nose, and mouth.

When it comes to tours, Tree served as the supporting act on Louis the Child's Last to Leave Tour in 2017 and Skizzy Mars' Are You OK? Tour in 2018. In the latter year, he did tours of North America and Europe with Hobo Johnson.

Other Ventures

Beyond music, Tree frequently directs, writes, and acts in comedy videos; notably, he has done work with the company Fuck Jerry. Among his other activities, he set a Guinness world record in 2020 for the largest kick scooter in the world; he later uploaded a video of himself riding it. Also in 2020, Tree was featured in an episode of the H3 Podcast, in which he alleged that Atlantic Records had forced him to release numerous singles from his debut album against his will.

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