Prince Royce

Prince Royce Net Worth

$20 Million
Richest CelebritiesSingers
Net Worth:
$20 Million
Date of Birth:
May 11, 1989 (34 years old)
Place of Birth:
The Bronx
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Musician, Record producer, Singer-songwriter
United States of America
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Prince Royce is an American singer-songwriter and record producer who has a net worth of $20 million. Prince Royce gained worldwide stardom in 2010 thanks to his two hit singles, "Stand by Me" and "Corazón Sin Cara." Since music caught his interest at an early age, Royce had been already experimenting with tunes and writing poetry in his teens. By the time he turned nineteen, Royce met his future manager Andrés Hidalgo, the founder of 2Strong Entertainment. Actually, it was Hidalgo that introduced Royce to Sergio George, who immediately signed him to his independent label, Top Stop Music. In March of 2010, Royce saw the release of his eponymous debut studio album, which spawned his breakthrough hits "Stand by Me" and "Corazón Sin Cara." Both singles topped the Billboard Tropical Songs chart, while the latter also reached number-one on the US Hot Latin Songs chart. The album, which was chart-topping itself, won three awards at the Billboard Latin Music Awards in 2011, including Tropical Album of the Year. He has released a number of commercially successful albums since then, including "Phase II," "Soy el Mismo," "FIVE," and "Alter Ego." Royce has collaborated with many major artists over the years, such as Shakira, Snoop Dogg, and Pitbull.

Early Life

Prince Royce, whose real name is Geoffrey Royce Rojas, was born on May 11, 1989 in the Bronx borough of New York City. He is the second oldest of four children born to Dominican parents Ángela and Ramón. As a child, Royce sang in his elementary school choir and competed in talent shows. When he was 13, he started writing poetry, which eventually evolved into songwriting.

Career Beginnings

At the age of 15, Royce began making music with his friend José Chusån. Not long after that, he started making music with Vincent Outerbridge and record producer Donzell Rodríguez. When he was 19, Royce met producer Andrés Hidalgo, who became his manager. Hidalgo helped him develop his focus on bachata music, and later introduced him to producer Sergio George. Impressed by his demos, George immediately signed Royce to his label Top Stop Music.

Commercial Breakthrough

In March of 2010, Royce released his self-titled debut album. A commercial success, it debuted at number 16 on the Billboard Top Latin Albums chart, and eventually made it to number one. The album was supported by four singles, including a cover of "Stand by Me" and "CorazĂłn Sin Cara," the latter of which went on to become the best-performing Latin song in 2011. That year, the album itself was certified triple Platinum by the RIAA.

Further Albums

Royce released his second studio album, "Phase II," in 2012. It encompasses a wide range of musical genres, from bachata to R&B and mariachi, with songs in both Spanish and English. The album launched the hit Latin singles "Las Cosas Pequeñas," "Incondicional," and "Te Me Vas." Later in 2012, Royce released his first compilation album, "#1's." The following year, he signed to Sony Music Entertainment and released his third studio album, "Soy el Mismo." It became his third album to reach number one on the Top Latin Albums chart; moreover, it spawned the Latin number-one single "Darte un Beso."

Royce's fourth studio album, "Double Vision," came out in 2014. His first album primarily in English, it was supported by the successful single "Stuck on a Feeling," featuring Snoop Dogg. A second successful single, "Back it Up," features Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull. Royce went on to release "FIVE," his fifth studio album, in early 2017. Supported by such hit singles as "Culpa al CorazĂłn" and "DĂ©jĂ  Vu," the album became Royce's fourth to reach number one on the Top Latin Albums chart. "DĂ©jĂ  Vu," a collaboration with Shakira, was an especially big hit. Royce had his fifth number-one album on the Latin Albums chart with "Alter Ego," which was released in early 2020.

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Other Musical Collaborations

Among his other notable musical collaborations, Royce was featured on Daddy Yankee's hit song "Ven Conmigo" in 2011. That same year, he was featured on the single "El Verdadero Amor Perdona" from the deluxe edition of ManĂĄ's album "Drama y Luz." In 2015, Royce collaborated with Anthony Santos on the single "QuĂ© Cosas Tiene el Amor," and opened for Ariana Grande on her Honeymoon Tour. Early the next year, he collaborated with SofĂ­a Reyes on the vocal duet "Solo Yo." Royce's other collaborative singles have included "100 Años," with Ha*Ash, and "Sensualidad," with Bad Bunny and J Balvin. He was also featured alongside Becky G and Anuel AA on the 2018 single "BubalĂș," by DJ Luian and Mambo Kingz.

Television Appearances

Royce has made some noteworthy appearances on television, both as himself and in acting roles. In 2013, he began serving as a coach on the reality singing competition series "La Voz Kids." Royce was the winning coach for both of his two seasons. His next substantial television gig came in 2016 when he starred as Saint Peter in Fox's musical special "The Passion: New Orleans." Also that year, Royce had a recurring role as a dance coach in the fourth season of the Hulu teen drama series "East Los High." Later, from 2018 to 2019, he voiced the character Prince Marzel on the Disney animated series "Elena of Avalor."

Personal Life

In 2011, Royce began a romantic relationship with actress and model Emeraude Toubia. The two married in late 2018, and filed for divorce in early 2022.

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