Tyla Laura Seethal known mononymously as Tyla, is a South African singer and songwriter.Tyla Net Worth is $5 Million as per 2024 sources such as Forbes, and Business Insider.Tyla rose to international fame after her 2023 song “Water” debuted in the top ten of sixteen nations, including the United Kingdom and the United States. “Water” was the first song by a South African singer to reach the US Billboard Hot 100 in 55 years, and it earned the inaugural Grammy Award for Best African Music Performance in 2024.
Tyla’s major musical influences include Michael Jackson, Aaliyah, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Drake, Cassie, and Wizkid. Her ambition is to be the first African pop star to reach fame worldwide.
Tyla Net Worth
Tyla has an estimated Net Worth of $5 Million as per 2024 sources such as Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.Her primary source of earning comes from her career as South African singer and songwriter.
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Tyla Earnings, Income
Tyla earn around $1 Million plus per year as income.This substantial figure reflects her success and contributions to the television industry.She signed with Epic Records in 2021 after the domestic success of her 2019 debut single, “Getting Late” featuring Kooldrink.
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Tyla Music Career and Achivements
Tyla’s debut single, “Getting Late,” featuring production from Kooldrink, was a national success. Her own manager occasionally filmed the accompanying music video throughout the COVID-19 pandemic lockdowns, which was released in January 2021.It received millions of views on YouTube and was nominated for Music Video of the Year at the 28th South African Music Awards in 2022.
Tyla’s first public performance was in 2023 at the Dolce & Gabbana afterparty at Milan Fashion Week, following the release of her track “Been Thinking,” which garnered Tyla her first career chart spots on the Billboard Mainstream R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay and Rhythmic Airplay charts.
Pitchfork’s Heven Haile defined it as a “slick club anthem that channels the seductive pop-R&B hits of the mid-2000s Ciara and Rihanna”.Tyla then appeared as the opening act for Chris Brown’s Under the Influence Tour.
She played the song live on The Bianca Show in Sweden and The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon in the United States.Its accompanying music video, released on October 7, 2023, had 3 million views on YouTube in three days.Tyla was later featured on a remix of Summer Walker’s song “Girls Need Love,” which was released as part of the latter’s Girls Mix extended play in October 2023.