About Deborah Cox
It has been announced that the overall amount of Deborah Cox net worth currently is as high as 6 million dollars, which makes her one of the richest singers in the industry. In addition to her singing work, she is also a songwriter. Moreover, she has expanded her career in show business and started to appear as an actress in some productions. Thus, all of these involvements have added up a lot of revenues to the overall estimate of Deborah Cox net worth.
In 1998, she released her most successful single called “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here”. The single became a record holder as it was the longest-running number one single on Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks chart, where it stayed for 14 weeks. Deborah Cox has released 12 more singles, which hit the top of the Billboard’s Hot Dance Club Play chart. Thus, the sales of these singles have also added up to the overall size of Deborah Cox net worth.
Deborah Cox is Canadian and she is regarded as the best RnB singer in the country. She was born in 1974 in Toronto. When she was 12 years old, Deborah Cox began to appear in TV commercials.
She soon appeared in various talent competitions, including “Tiny Talent Time”. When she became a teenager, Deborah Cox began to perform in night clubs. It was also this time when she started to compose her own songs. Songwriting eventually became one of the most important sources of increasing the overall sum of Deborah Cox net worth.
In the beginning of the 90s, Deborah Cox became a back-up singer for Celine Dion, with whom she performed for 6 months. She tried to get signed to some Canadian music labels, but unsuccessfully. Therefore, Deborah Cox moved to Los Angeles in 1994. One year later, she signed a contract with Arista Records. In the same year, her self-titled debut album was released on this label. In 1997, she recorded one song called “Things Just Ain’t The Same”, included in the soundtrack for the film called “Money Talks”. The song was later remixed and included in her subsequent album, called “One Wish”, released in 1998. The leading single from her second album was called “Nobody’s Supposed to Be Here”. The song stayed in the first place on the Hot R&B charts in the United States for 14 weeks. Moreover, it stayed in the second place on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 8 weeks in a row. Eventually, her second album got certified as platinum and the sales of it have also increased her net worth. In fact, the album is considered as her highest-selling album up to this day.
After that, Deborah Cox recorded a song called “Absolutely Not”, which was included in the soundtrack of the film called “Dr. Dolittle 2”. The song was later remixed and included in Deborah Cox’s third album, called “The Morning After”. She collaborated with Whitney Houston on her song called “Same Script, Different Cast”, which was included in Whitney Houston’s album called “Whitney: The Greatest Hits”.