Bruno Mars’s Net Worth Is, if You Will, 24K Magic

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How rich do you think singer, dancer, and producer Bruno Mars is? Cool-cool-cool, take the number floating around in your brain and double it. Aaand now double it again. Honestly, you’re probably still aiming too low, because ever since “Just The Way You Are” hit the airwaves back in 2010 (remember that one??), Bruno Mars’ net worth has continued to grow. Like, pretty sure these lyrics from “Billionaire” are just a few more successful tours away from coming true:

I wanna be a billionaire so f*cking bad
Buy all of the things I never had
I wanna be on the cover of
Forbes magazine
Smiling next to Oprah and the Queen

While we’re busy preparing for that ^ eventuality, let’s go ahead and dive into Bruno’s pool of money, from his digital single sales to his multimillion-dollar estate in a twice-gated community to his massive tour earnings (and note: he doesn’t have to give his manager a cut ’cause he doesn’t have a manager!). Ahead, everything you need to know about how much money Bruno Mars makes. Spoiler alert: He isn’t just rich—he is R-I-C-H.

His Tour Earnings Are Actually Wild

Bruno can’t stop, won’t stop touring, and he’s been earning millions along the way. To give you a better idea of just how much money we're talking: His Moonshine Jungle Tour reportedly grossed nearly $138 million, his 24k Magic Tour earned more than $367 million, and you know his multi-year residency with MGM Resorts in Las Vegas, which began back in 2016? As of August 2021, Billboard Boxscore reported that Bruno’s Vegas performances have grossed over $53 million (!!).

Obviously, Bruno doesn’t get to keep all that $$$ due to overhead costs, but still...that’s a lot of dough in his pocket. And since his Sin City residency has continued into 2022 (although now he’s performing alongside Anderson .Paak, aka the other half of Silk Sonic), Bruno’s tour earnings will only continue to grow.

He’s Also Earned Big Money in Music Sales

This probs isn’t news to you, but Bruno is one of the best-selling music artists of all time, having reportedly sold more than 130 million albums worldwide (despite only having three solo albums: 2010’s Doo-Wops & Hooligans, 2012’s Unorthodox Jukebox, and 2016’s 24K Magic). He’s also sold more than 200 million singles globally—which isn’t all that surprising, considering he’s released over 30 singles and they’re all certified bops.

And ICYMI, Bruno released a collaborative album with Anderson .Paak in late 2021 called An Evening with Silk Sonic, which was another major hit. It debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 and surpassed a billion streams on Spotify before the year even ended soooo...we have a feeling it contributed v nicely to Bruno’s bank account.

He Inked a Major Deal With Disney

In February 2020, Bruno signed a deal with Disney (ever heard of ’em??) to develop a “music-themed theatrical narrative feature” that he’s supposed to star in and produce. Um!

Little else has been heard about the project since it was first announced (most likely due to COVID delays), but here’s hoping it’s still in the works. And while it’s not clear how much he earned from the deal, chances are it was LOT, as Disney tends to pay very, very well

His YouTube Page Earns Him Tons of $$$

With nearly 35 million subscribers, Bruno is one of the most-viewed creators on YouTube—and ya, you better believe he profits from all those views. Since starting his channel in 2006, Bruno has racked up more than 16.8 billion (yes, that’s billion with a B) views, and since monetized YouTube channels earn cash for every thousand views, Bruno has likely earned M-I-L-L-I-O-N-S just by uploading content. Damn.

He’s Made Some Smart Investments

While Bruno has made surprisingly few endorsement deals over the years, he has invested his cash wisely. Way back in 2013, Bruno signed on as an investor with NJOY, a privately owned electronic cigarette company, and he co-owns SelvaRey Rum, a U.S.-based rum company that was first founded in 2014. He also invested in Chromatik (which is a company that creates digital versions of sheet music) during its early days as a startup.

Most recently, Bruno decided to lend his talents to the fashion world. Under his designer alter ego, Ricky Regal, the musician released a line of ’70s-inspired sportswear with Lacoste in March 2021, entitled Lacoste x Ricky Regal, and it is #chic.

He Owns an “Estate” Worth $6.5 Million

Purchased back in 2015 in a twice-gated community (because why stop at just one mere gate?), Bruno’s 9,000-square-foot estate includes a wine cellar, steam baths, saunas—yes, saunas plural—an infinity pool, a family room with its own bar so you never have to leave the house, plus a children’s wing, and a whole entire playground. Say it with us: I want to go to there.

So, What’s Bruno Mars’ Total Net Worth?

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Bruno Mars’ net worth in 2022 is $175 million, a figure we can all agree is very well deserved—especially since the star loves to give back. Bruno’s biggest donations were in 2017—when he and Live Nation donated $1 million to help the victims of the Flint water crisis—and in 2020, when he donated another $1 million to MGM employees during the COVID-19 pandemic. Love to see it!

Also, just wanna go ahead and mention that Bruno’s Forbes dream came true:

Aww! Happy for him (and only slightly jealous).

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