Robert Glasper is a distinguished American artist, excelling as a singer, pianist, and accomplished record producer. With a net worth of $4 million, Glasper’s musical versatility spans across genres like jazz, hip hop, soul, and R&B. Hailing from Houston, Texas, he was born in April 1978.
Glasper embarked on his musical journey with the release of his debut studio album “Mood” in 2004. Over the years, he has continued to contribute significantly to the music industry with a series of acclaimed albums, including “Canvas” (2005), “In My Element” (2007), “Double-Booked” (2009), “Black Radio” (2012), “Black Radio 2” (2013), “Covered” (2015), “Everything’s Beautiful” (2016), and “Blue Note” (2018).
His albums have featured an array of notable artists, showcasing Glasper’s ability to collaborate with a diverse range of talent. Some of these artists include Damion Reid, Bilal, Mike Moreno, Marcus Strickland, Mark Turner, Derrick Hodge, Casey Benjamin, Mos Def, Chris Dave, Mark Colenburg, and more.
In recognition of his outstanding contributions to music, Robert Glasper has received several Grammy Awards. Notably, in 2015, he secured the Grammy for Best R&B Album for “Black Radio 2,” and also clinched the award for Best Traditional R&B Performance for “Jesus Children of America,” a collaboration with Lalah Hathaway and Malcolm-Jamal Warner. This success was preceded by his Grammy win for Best R&B Album in 2013, again for the critically acclaimed “Black Radio.”
Through his innovative and genre-blending approach to music, Robert Glasper has solidified his place as a leading figure in contemporary music, earning both critical acclaim and a devoted fan base.