Rachel Platten Net Worth

Rachel Platten Net Worth – What is Rachel Platten Worth Now?

Rachel Platten Net Worth:
$5 Million

Rachel Platten Net Worth

Rachel Platten – Quick Facts
Net Worth: $5 Million
Date of birth: May 20, 1981 (42 years old)
Gender: Female
Profession: Pop Singer

Singer-songwriter of the hit “1,000 Ships,” a top twenty-five hit on the Billboard Adult charts. She’s also known for hits such as “Fight Song” and “Stand by You.”

She began taking piano lessons at age four and in the mid-2000s, she spent time working at a record label in Trinidad.

Her piano-driven songs have elements of catchy, light pop, but still revealed in lyrics hard truths about life.


Rachel’s debut album, ‘Trust Me,’ was released in 2003, and her second one named ‘Be Here’ was released in 2011. The last independent album she composed came out in 2014. She then came out with her first single titled ‘Fight Song’ in the year 2015, which became an instant hit among the masses due to its catchy music and empowering lyrics. It ranked #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the charts in the UK. The song was later included in her album ‘Wildfire’ which came out in 2016.

Rachel Platten Net Worth
The pop singer is looking content, and why shouldn’t she with such a decent net worth?

Personal Life

She has a sister named Melanie whom she is very close with. She married Kevin Lazan in 2012. They have daughters named Violet Skye and Sophie Jo.

Her musical style has been compared to that of Alanis Morissette.


“I’ve always sung in choirs and acapella groups, but when I was in college, I finally started writing songs and playing with a band, and that ignited a desire to do it full time and pour everything I had into it.”

— Rachel Platten

“I wish I’d gone to music school or just started playing in bands sooner.”

— Rachel Platten

“I love… different kinds of music. I like classical music and pop music. I like alternative, and I like rap, hip-hop, and I kind of collected all these things that I love, and they infused my sensibilities, and I just wanted to sing because it felt like it needed to come out of me.”

— Rachel Platten

“I think what people respond to, and what they’re responding to so strongly, is I’m very myself on stage. What you see in person is very much who I am on stage.”

— Rachel Platten

“Andy Grammer is probably the closest friend I have in the music industry, so touring with him was just incredible. He’s such a soulful, kind guy, and he gives great advice. And he also scares me a lot. He does a lot of pranks.”

— Rachel Platten