|Net Worth||$16 Million|
|Height||Musician, Singer, Singer-songwriter|
|Profession||United States of America|
|Date of Birth||Dec 1, 1988 (33 years old)|
Tyler Joseph Net Worth:
What is the net worth of Tyler Joseph?
Singer, songwriter, and musician Tyler Joseph is an American with a net worth of $16 million. As the lead vocalist and pianist of the band Twenty One Pilots, he is most well-known. In 2009, the band formed in Columbus, Ohio.
Tyler Joseph was born in Columbus, Ohio on December 1, 1988. Tyler and his brothers Zack, Jay, and Madison are the offspring of math teacher Kelly Joseph and high school basketball coach Christopher Anthony “Chris” Joseph. Three children were educated at home by their parents.
The Christian band DC Talk was Joseph’s first musical exposure. He played varsity basketball alongside Nick Thomas, the future bassist for Twenty One Pilots. In 2007, Joseph launched a YouTube channel titled “slushieguys” that attracted more than 126,000 followers by August 2021. He declined a scholarship to play basketball at Otterbein University. Around this time, he began to demonstrate an interest in performing music and entertaining.
In 2007, Joseph recorded the album “No Phun Intended” in his parents’ basement. In 2009, in Columbus, Ohio, Joseph, bassist Nick Thomas, and drummer Chris Salih created the band Twenty One Pilots with drummer Chris Salih. In late December 2009, they launched their indie album Twenty One Pilots and began touring Ohio. After Salih quit the band, Twenty One Pilots released their second album, Regional at Best, in 2011, with only Joseph and drummer Josh Dun. After then, the band officially became a duet.
Fueled by Ramen labels signed Twenty One Pilots in 2012. Their 2013 first album on a big label, Vessel, hit #10 on the US Alternative chart. Subsequently, the band embarked on the “Quiet is Violent World Tour” to promote the record.
In May of 2015, the band’s album Blurryface topped the Billboard 200, US Alternative, and US Rock charts. “Holding on to You,” “Guns for Hands,” “Lovely,” “House of Gold,” “Car Radio,” “Fairly Local,” “Tear in My Heart,” “Stressed Out,” “Lane Boy,” and “Ride” are among their singles. Twenty One Pilots were nominated for an Artist to Watch MTV Video Music Award in 2013. In 2015 and 2016, Joseph and Dun went on two overseas tours.
Josh Dun and Tyler Joseph received the Grammy for Best Pop Duo/Group Performance on February 12, 2017. The couple collected the prize in their undies and informed the audience that they had pledged to do so if they ever won a Grammy. In October of 2018, the band released their fifth studio album, “Trench,” and toured in support of the record. The music video for their new single “Chlorine” was published to YouTube on January 22, 2019, under the direction of Mark C. Eshleman. Twenty One Pilots released a tune titled “Level of Concern” in April 2020, which expressed the apprehension during the early stages of the COVID-19 outbreak. The music video for the song was shot at Joseph and Dun’s residences when they were under lockdown. The band donated a portion of the song’s sales to the charity Crew Nation, which aided live music personnel who were unable to work or be compensated during the international lockdown.
On December 8, 2020, Twenty One Pilots released a Christmas song titled “Christmas Saves the Year” that was greatly influenced by the Mellotron instrument over a Twitch live stream. A month after the release of the album’s first song, “Shy Away,” Twenty One Pilots released their sixth studio album named “Scaled and Icy” on May 21, 2021. The album’s other two hits were “Choker” and “Saturday.”
In addition to Twenty One Pilots’ popularity, Joseph released a solo album named “No Fun Intended.” It was recorded in his basement during his final year of high school. It was available for streaming on his PureVolume until the music service shut down in 2018. Joseph collaborated with rapper Joseph Michael Langstone (better known by his stage name Jocef) on the 2010 tune “Live,” which he co-wrote.
Joseph starred in the 2011 mockumentary “The (moderately inspirational story of the) Longboard Rodeo Tango” Joseph was featured in the 2012 internet use awareness film “Where Are You?” Joseph performed in the Christmas with the Stars show hosted by the Five14 Church in New Albany, Ohio, in December 2013. He has also contributed to the worship album “Clear” by the Five14 Church. Tyler contributed backup vocals to “Sickly Sweet Holidays” by Panic at the Disco bassist Dallon Weekes in the album 214.
In July of 2014, Joseph became engaged to Jenna Black. They tied the knot in March 2015. In September 2019, Joseph and Black revealed they were expecting their first child, and in February 2020, their daughter Rosie Robert Joseph was born. On September 12, 2021, during a performance at the MTV Video Music Awards, Joseph announced that he and his wife were expecting their second child.