About Devante Swing
It has been calculated that the overall amount of DeVante Swing net worth reaches an estimate of 5 million dollars, as of right now. DeVante Swing’s name is well known in the music industry, where he is a singer, rapper, song writer and record producer. DeVante Swing is a well known member of the band called “Jodeci”. Thus, the band is also regarded as one of the main sources of DeVante Swing net worth.
In 1990, this band was created and it consists of two sets of brothers, DeVante Swing and his brother Dalvin Degrate as well as JoJo and K-Ci, who also are brothers. Both sets of brothers come from Charlotte, North Carolina. The name of the band was created by taking letters from all the names of the members. The band managed to release three albums, which landed in the 1st place on the U.S. R&B charts. Thus, the sales of these albums have also added up a lot to the overall amount of DeVante Swing net worth.
In 1991, the band released its first album called “Forever My Lady”. The album was released by Uptown/MCA Records. The album was certified triple platinum and it landed in the 1st place on the US R&B chart.
Thus, the debut of the band proved to be quite a success.
In 1993, the second album of the band was released, called “Diary of a Mad Band”. The album itself was certified as double platinum and once again landed in the top spot on the US R&B charts. Moreover, it also landed in the 3rd place on the Billboard 200 chart.
In 1995, the band released its third album called “The Show, the After Party, the Hotel”. The album got a platinum certification. In addition to landing in the 1st place on the US R&B chart, it also placed as 2nd on the Billboard 200 chart as well as 4th on the UK Charts. Thus, overall the band proved to be quite a success and it made DeVante Swing’s name more known and added up a lot to the overall size of DeVante Swing net worth.
Many singles of the band landed in the 1st place in charts, such as “Stay”, “Forever My Lady”, “Cry for You” and “Come and Talk to Me”. In 1998 the band stopped performing. In 2012, all members of the band were inducted into the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame.