Here's How Much Grimes Is Really Worth

Little is known about Grimes, the woman who has been linked to Elon Musk since their debut at the Met Gala in May 2018. The pair welcomed a child in May 2020, named X Æ A-12 Musk, according to Celebrity Net Worth.

Grimes (aka Claire Boucher) was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia and studied neuroscience at McGill University, per All Music. She started recording music under the name Grimes in 2007 and released her debut album "Geidi Primes" in 2010, followed by "Halfaxa" that same year. In January 2012, she released "Visions" and once she signed to Jay-Z's Roc Nation label, everyone knew who she was.

Grimes continued to churn out albums, and enjoyed success with February 2020's "Miss Anthropocene." The album took the number one spot on Billboard's Top Dance/Electronic Albums chart and number 32 on the Billboard 200 chart. Grimes appears successful, but fans might be wondering how much she's really worth. Keep reading for more details.

Grimes is worth less than you probably think

Grimes is worth an estimated $3 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. Despite her relationship with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, she appears to want nothing to do with his fortune. She told Rolling Stone in March 2020, "Grimes is funded by Grimes. I don't want to divert funds from, like, Tesla to my stupid art project. I can't say the things I say and believe what I believe and then take money from my boyfriend."

According to Billboard, Grimes collaborated with Jack Antonoff in 2015 to create "Entropy," a song featured on the "Girls" soundtrack. She lent her musical talents to numerous other shows like "Orphan Black, "The Vampire Diaries," "Madam Secretary," and more, per IMDb.

Grimes still tours and illustrates her own merchandise, per Celebrity Net Worth. When she's not making music, she's a visual artist with illustrations in museums around the world. In March 2021, she reportedly sold her collection of digital art for an estimated $6 million for "non-fungible tokens" or NFTs, according to the Guardian. The 10 pieces were part of a collection called WarNymph Collection Volume 1. Two of the works were short video clips called Earth and Mars and sold approximately 300 copies two days after they were released.

Now that Grimes has entered the NFT space, it seems her net worth will only keep increasing.