Prince Royce Net Worth

How much is Prince Royce worth?

Net Worth:$10 Million
Profession:Professional Singer
Date of Birth:May 11, 1989 (age 33)
Country:United States of America
5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)

About Prince Royce

Prince Royce is the stage name of Geoffrey Royce Rojas. He’s an American-Dominican singer and songwriter that began experimenting with music and poetry at an early age. He met Andres Hidalgo who became his manager and helped him by singing him to his record label. During his early twenties, in March 2010, he released his eponymous debut album, which helped him gain international popularity.

Since then Royce has released five commercially and critically-acclaimed studio albums that topped the Latin charts and were certified platinum multiple times by the RIAA. It is estimated, that Prince Royce has earned income equal to a salary of $3 million dollars per year since 2019.

American-born Dominican singer and songwriter Prince Royce has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars, as of 2023. “Déjà Vu”, with Shakira, became his most successful commercially and was certified 9× Platinum.

Prince Royce became famous when he released his first studio album, Prince Royce. Geoffrey was born on May 11, 1989, in New York City. He is the second oldest of four children to Ramon and Angela Rojas. Both of his parents are Dominican – his father drove a taxicab and his mother worked at beauty salons. While he was in elementary school, Royce began experimenting with music and competed in numerous talent shows. At the age of thirteen, besides writing his own songs, he also began writing poetry.

After learning the craft of songwriting during his teenage years, Geoffrey began making music with his friend Jose Chusan, who was using the stage name Jino. The following year, when he turned sixteen, he developed the stage name, Prince Royce.

In early 2007, the duo had a meeting with the label Atlantic Records, however, they didn’t sign with it due to the decline of reggaeton music at the time. Towards the end of the decade, after his graduation from high school (Bronx Academy of Letter), he embarked on a solo career and met Andres Hidalgo.

Creating music and signing lucrative deals with established record labels helped the Latin superstar become rich. In 2009, Andres Hidalgo introduced Royce to the record producer Sergio George, who immediately signed him to his label Top Stop Music.

A few months later, in March 2010, he released his eponymous debut studio album that helped him earn national popularity. The successful project also earned him his first awards nomination for a Latin Grammy Award in the category “Best Contemporary Tropical Album”. With 357,000 sales in the US it has since been certified double platinum.

Two years later, in April 2012, Prince released his sophomore studio album Phase II. The album was highly praised for the many music styles included in it – bachata, mariachi, Latin pop, and R&B.

Throughout the next few years of that decade, he continued to release new albums and signed lucrative contracts with both Sony Music Latin and RCA Records. All four of his next studio albums – Soy el Mismo, Double Vision, Five, and Alter Ego found success in many countries such as Argentina, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain, and Venezuela, as well as the United States.

Concurrently with appearing in music charts internationally, the gold and platinum-certified albums also earned him many prestigious awards.

Apart from his single projects, the sensational Latin artist also collaborated with many of his colleagues to create mega hits. Among some of his most popular collaborations are with Jennifer Lopez, Pitbull, Maluma, Anitta, CNCO, Manuel Turizo, and Mike Towers.

At the same time with releasing new music and touring not just Latin America but the world to promote his projects, Prince began appearing on multiple television projects. His first appearance on television was on an episode of the television series “En Vivo”.

Since then, he has had many appearances on the annual Latin Grammy Awards, Premios Juventud, Calle 7, The X Factor, American Idol, and The View. His latest appearance on television was in the singing competition “La Voz”, a Spanish-language version of “The Voice”.

Currently, he has an estimated net worth of $10 million and has won more than 70 awards including Latin Grammy, Billboard, BMA Awards to name a few.

Royce’s Total Net Worth

Prince Royce has earned estimated total career income of $29 million dollars. As Royce lives in the state of California, he will have had to pay around 49% in taxes on his career income. After tax, it is estimated that his career earnings are at around $14.79 million dollars, having paid $14.21 million dollars in taxes.

Prince Royce married Emeraude Toubia in 2018 and they divorced four years later, in 2022. They had no children together but Royce is estimated to have paid a divorce settlement to Emeraude in the region of $2.5 million dollars nonetheless.

In his personal life Prince Royce has likely spent $2-3 million dollars of his career earnings but also earned $2 million dollars from his investments. In 2019, he purchased a property in Studio City for $1.9 million.

As Royce will have also had to pay around $1-2 million dollars in business related costs. He has likely got a net worth of around $10 million dollars.


Prince Royce is one of the most widely popular Latin artists who emerged from the 2000s. He began singing at the young age of five and it didn’t take too long for him to leave his stamp on the music industry. The multi-talented singer has six platinum and gold-certified clubs as well as millions of fans not just in Latin America but in the entire world.

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