Here's How Much Madison Beer Is Really Worth

Madison Beer got her start like many talented artists these days: on the internet. At 13 years old, Beer's claim to fame was having a YouTube video of her singing Etta James' "At Last" tweeted by Justin Bieber in 2012. "Wow. 13 years old! she can sing. great job. #futurestar," read the tweet, and The Biebs was right. That tweet made Beer trend worldwide and gained the attention of many. To date, Bieber's tweet has received more than 22,000 retweets and 12,500 likes.

Now at the age of 21, with 18.6 million followers on Instagram and an award-winning management team (aka Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun), the New York native is far from her YouTube singing days. (Though Beer's channel now has 1.86 million subscribers.) With an A+ co-sign, and many more that followed, one could assume that the "Hurts Like Hell" singer has gained a substantial amount of wealth for such a young age and she's well on her way to growing her name — and bank account.

Madison Beer hit the ground running with new music

Madison Beer grew her fanbase exponentially in her earlier years and worked with the likes of Justin Bieber and Cody Simpson within two years of the famous Twitter approval. In 2013, the YouTube star recorded the movie Monster High's theme song, "We Are Monster High." The following year, she made another jaw-dropping cover video — with views over 5 million — to Sam Smith's heart-wrenching hit "Stay With Me." Somehow the singer turned the painful song into a light-hearted ballad with smiles and even a bit of cuddling with her puppy.

Beer later released her first single, "Unbreakable," in 2014 for her debut album. "I love the whole message and it's definitely something that I live by just because it's hard sometimes to stay true to yourself and not feel weird around other people," Madison told Hollywood Life on the theme of her single. "It's hard to stay strong sometimes, especially when you are going through some things that normal people wouldn't go through. It's really an important thing to me."

The debut album was rumored to be scrapped, as it was never released. After a few sporadic singles, Beer released her debut EP As She Pleases in 2018 with the lead song being "Dead."

Madison wants to be a role model for other independent artists

Since her EP release, Madison Beer actively released music and made the proper appearances to get her name and face out there. She released two more singles from the As She Pleases EP — "Say It To My Face" and " Home with You" — with the latter landing her #21 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 chart in 2018, as reported by Entertainment Tonight.

This feat made her the only female solo artist on the charts without a major music label. Beer saw this as inspiration for herself and others who chose the independent route. "I want to be [a] role model for people to be like, 'I don't need a major label to be a successful artist and to have a successful song,'" she told ET. "I just want to show everyone that you could really do it yourself. It's important to drive your own ship and it's your career so you might as well take it by the reins." And that's exactly what she's done.

Madison is working on her new debut album, but has already raked in big bucks

In 2018, Madison Beer made her festival debut at Lollapalooza and recorded songs with French DJ David Guetta ("Blame It On Love") and "Hurts Like Hell" featuring Migos member, Offset. Since Beer is still very early into her career, fans can expect to see many more appearances and even more music. The singer has already acquired a net worth of $3 million, according to Celebrity Net Worthhas famous celebrity friends, including Selena Gomez; and signed with Epic Records in 2019.

Beer is currently working on her debut album, Life Support. In January 2020, she released the album's lead single "Good in Goodbye," followed by "Selfish" and "Stained Glass." The Blast reported Beer hopes the forthcoming, vulnerable album shows that she's just like any other 20-something. "It's a really representative body of work of my last year or two of life," she said. The debut album is set for summer 2020 — no official date has been released.