How much Questlove worth?
Questlove Net Worth: $200,000
Ahmir Khalib Thompson, which is known by her stage name Questlove. He was born on January 20, 1971, in the remarkable city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He is American percussionist, multi-instrumentalist, DJ, music journalist, record producer, and occasional actor. He is best known as the drummer and joint frontman (with Black Thought) for the Grammy Award-winning band The Roots. In the beginning, he worked with the band The Roots along with Tariq Trotter and Malik B on vocals, Josh Abrams (Rubber Band) on bass and Scott Storch on keyboards. They recorded an album entitled Organix, released by Relativity Records in 1993. In 1999, The Roots got the mainstream success with “You Got Me” (featuring Erykah Badu); a song, which would earn the band the Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for 2000. In 2004, The Roots released The Tipping Point, which contained a more mainstream sound; allegedly due to demands from Interscope Records. The album sold 400,000 copies. In 2004 Questlove appeared in the documentary portion of a movie Jay-Z’s Fade to Black. Questlove enjoys the net worth of $200,000. The yearly income of Questlove is around $23,529. The amount that Love receives from endorsement and sponsorship is about $5,229.
Initial Information of Questlove:
|Full Name||Ahmir Khalib Thompson|
|Birth Place||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Instruments||Drums, keyboards, bass, Guitar, turntables, vocals|
|Genres||Hip Hop, neo soul, alternative hip hop|
|Birth Date||20 January, 1971|
|Per Year Income||$23,529|
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Some Interesting Facts:
Early Life: Ahmir Khalib Thompson, which is known by her stage name Questlove. He was born on January 20, 1971, in the remarkable city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. He is American percussionist, multi-instrumentalist, DJ, music journalist, record producer, and occasional actor. He is best known as the drummer and joint frontman The Roots. His father was Lee Andrews of Lee Andrews & the Hearts, a 50s doo-wop group. His mother, Jacquelin Thompson, together with his father, was also part of the Philadelphia-based soul group Congress Alley. His parents did not leave him at home with the babysitters they took him along their trips; most of his childhood was in the backstage of doo-wop shows. By the age of seven, he began drumming on stage at shows, by the age of 13 he become a music director. Questlove attended the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts. By the time of graduation, he found his own band called The Square Roots (later dropping the word “square”) with his friend Tariq Trotter (Black Thought). Questlove’s classmates at the Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts included Boyz II Men, jazz bassist Christian McBride, jazz guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel, jazz organist Joey DeFrancesco, and singer Amel Larrieux. Thompson began performing on South Street in Philadelphia using drums, while Tariq rhymed over his beats and rhythms.
Personal Life: Questlove is currently dating Alicia Quarles. He has been in one celebrity relationship averaging approximately 2.1 years. He has never been married. Questlove has a sister who is also a music artist. The 6’2″ Questlove, whose “weight has yo-yo throughout his adult life,” once topped 440 pounds. Since starting the regimented diet, Thompson has lost 56 pounds, and he currently weighs in at 350lbs.
Appearances: In 2000 Questlove appeared with The Roots in Bamboozled, in 2005, Questlove appeared with The Roots in Dave Chappelle’s Block Party and the following year, he appeared in the popular music film, Before the Music Dies. His latest appearances include Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest and documentary The Black Power Mixtape 1967-1975 (2010) for which he won the Swedish Guldbagge Award for best music together with Om’Mas Keith. In 2013, Questlove appeared as himself on The Eric Andre Show as a part of the show’s band. In 2014, Questlove appeared in the famous James Brown documentary Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown In 2015, Questlove appeared on Parks and Recreation as Levondrious, the estranged brother of Retta’s character Donna Meagle. In 2016, Questlove appeared in the film Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping as himself.
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Income from Mix-Tapes/Albums:
|The Tonight Show||$13,858|
Questlove net worth is $200,000. And his income is around $23,529. The amount that Love receives from endorsement and sponsorship is about $5,229.