Usher net worth: How much money has the Super Bowl halftime performer made in his career?

Usher has been a mainstay in the music industry for nearly three decades now, but for the first time in his career, the R&B king gets to take center stage at the Super Bowl. 

The 2024 edition of the big game is set for Las Vegas, as Super Bowl 59 between the 49ers and Chiefs will be played at Allegiant Stadium, home of the Raiders. While the two powerhouse clubs battle for the Lombardi Trophy, Usher is tabbed with entertaining the thousands in the crowd and millions at home during the intermission break. 

The unique part about halftime performances is that the musical acts do not get paid. That’s right — there is no direct check going to Usher from his show at Super Bowl 58. Instead, the singer is using the platform to promote his work, including his latest album, with the purpose of his show sparking an increase in future profits. 

Fans shouldn’t get too worked up over this factoid. Usher is doing just fine in the financial department. As mentioned, he has been in the business since the 1990s, and also accrued quite a bit of dough in his career even before his Super Bowl halftime show. 

Just how much is Usher worth? Here is a look at the R&B star’s net worth:

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Usher net worth

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Usher is worth an estimated $180 million.

The singer is one of the best-selling artists of all time. He has sold over 23 million albums in the United States and an additional 65 million worldwide. Usher also has nine Billboard Hot 100 number-one singles. To date, he has released nine albums, including the most recent, “Coming Home”, which came out on Feb. 9. 

Usher also has ventures outside of the music world. He has a minority stake in the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers and music streaming surface, Tidal.

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How old is Usher?

Usher was born on Oct. 14, 1978, making him 45 for his performance at the Super Bowl 58 halftime show. 

How many Super Bowls has Usher performed at?

This is the first time that Usher is headlining a Super Bowl, but it’s not the first time on the halftime stage at the NFL’s biggest event. 

In 2011, Usher was one of the guest artists for the Black Eyed Peas show at Super Bowl 45. He joined the quartet onstage to sing the group’s hit “OMG” with will.i.am. 

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