American singer Madison Beer was born on March 5, 1999 in New York, and in early 2012 she started uploading covers to YouTube. When Justin Bieber shared a link to one of her covers, Beer received much media attention. 2013 saw the release of her first song, “Melodies.”
As She Pleases, Madison Beer’s debut EP was released in 2018. The singles “Dead” and “Home with You,” both awarded Gold certification by the RIAA, provided support for the project. Beer signed with Epic Records the following year, and in 2021 she will release her first studio album, Life Support. The album was accompanied by several singles, including “Selfish,” which received a gold certification from the RIAA after becoming popular on the video-sharing app TikTok.
In addition to her solo work, Beer has provided Evelynn’s voice for the League of Legends fictional band K/DA. She has put out the group’s worldwide successful singles “Pop/Stars” (2018) and “More” (2020). She has also made appearances in the movies Louder Than Words and Todrick and on the television show RuPaul’s Drag Race.
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Her Early Life
New York’s Jericho is where Madison Elle Beer was born. Real estate developer Robert Beer is her father, and interior designer Tracie used to work in the field before giving it up to support Madison with her profession. Beer, who was four years old when she won a modeling contest, was featured on the cover of Child magazine. Her parents divorced when she was a small child, and she has a younger brother named Ryder. She had her Bat Mitzvah in 2012, and her family is Jewish.
Early in 2012, Madison Beer started uploading videos of herself singing renditions of well-known songs to YouTube. Justin Bieber took notice of them and tweeted his followers a link to her rendition of “At Last” by Etta James. Beer became a global Twitter trend as a result, and it received extensive media attention. Beer was managed by Scooter Braun, Bieber’s manager, at the time of her signing to Island Records, the record company to which he is signed.
Beer collaborated with Monster High and created the song “We Are Monster High” as the franchise’s anthem. Cody Simpson and Beer redistributed their unofficially released song “Valentine” in February 2013, which had previously been broadcast on Radio Disney.
Madison Beer’s debut song, “Melodies,” which was written by Peter Kelleher, Ben Kohn, Thomas Barnes, and Ina Woldsen, was released on September 12, 2013, along with a music video. Bieber made a cameo appearance in the video.
Madison Beer started working on her debut album, which was expected to be influenced by pop and R&B. It is suspected that the record was abandoned. The second single by Beer was “Unbreakable.” The song, which was written by Jessica Ashley, Evan Bogart, Heather Jeanette Miley, Matt Schwartz, Emanuel Kiriakou, and Andrew Goldstein and produced by the latter two, was made public on June 17, 2014.
The song and music video was made available for digital download on February 24, 2015. In the United States, the song peaked at positions 43 on the Hot Dance/Electronic Songs chart, 33 on the Dance/Electronic Digital Songs chart, and 19 on the Dance/Mix Show Airplay chart. Beer released “All For Love” on September 24, 2015, with the American band Jack & Jack.
Over three years, Madison Beer produced her EP, As She Pleases. The publication date was February 2, 2018. She appeared on the Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2017 runway that same month during Milan Fashion Week. On May 19, 2017, the EP’s lead song, “Dead,” was made available. On August 3, 2017, the music video was eventually made public. On November 3, 2017, Beer released “Say It to My Face” as the EP’s second single. The release day for the music video was November 15, 2017.
The EP’s third and last single, “Home with You,” was made available on March 10th, 2018. She became the first female solo artist on the charts without a big record label in August 2018 when the song peaked at number #21 on the Billboard Mainstream Top 40 list. On August 2, 2018, in Chicago, she attended Lollapalooza for the first time in public.
The song “Blame It On Love” from French DJ David Guetta’s seventh studio album 7 includes Madison beer. On November 3, 2018, the video game studio Riot Games released a song and music video for “Pop/Stars.” Beer, Miyeon, and Soyeon from (G)I-DLE and Jaira Burns perform the song as a fictitious K-pop trio called K/DA. Towards the end of 2018, this song served as the League of Legends theme music. Madison Beer released “Hurts Like Hell” on November 9 with American rapper Offset.
The DJ duo Europa, made up of Jax Jones and Martin Solveig, used beer in their song “All Day and Night.” 2019 March 28 saw the release of this song. Beer released the single “Dear Society” on May 17, 2019. The single was originally supposed to be on the track listing of her debut album, but it was ultimately taken out. Beer confirmed her signing with Epic Records on her Instagram account on August 9, 2019.
She released “Good in Goodbye” as the first single from her debut studio album, Life Support, in January 2020. The band’s second single, “Selfish,” debuted at number 19 on the US Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart and later had an influence on American contemporary hit radio, as well as the promotional single “Stained Glass,” the music video for which was co-directed by Beer. Later, the RIAA in the United States would grant the former Gold certification. On August 21, 2020, she made “Baby” the third single from the album available.
Morphe, a cosmetics brand, and Beer jointly released a line in September 2020 under the name Morphe x Madison Beer. She returned to her role as Evelynn in K/DA in October, and she appeared on two songs for the EP All Out: “More” with the original lineup and Lexie Liu, and “Villain” with German vocalist Kim Petras. “Boyshit,” Life Support’s fourth single, was made available in December 2020.
She revealed the album’s release date at the same time as the song’s release. In December 2020, Beer was introduced as Vevo’s newest LIFT artist. Live renditions of the previous songs “Selfish” and “Boyshit” were released in support of the campaign that same month. In January 2021, a short film for the campaign with the title Dreams Looks Different in the Distance was launched.
On February 26, 2021, Life Support which Madison Beer co-wrote and co-produced for the majority of the album was released. Dani Blum of Pitchfork described the album as “ambitious yet shallow, seemingly intent on proving its seriousness” in one of her mostly positive reviews. Hannah Mylrea of NME gave it a higher rating of 4/5. It may have taken years in the making, but pop aficionados will find Madison Beer’s debut album to be worth the wait, according to Mike DeWald of Riff Magazine, who scored it an 8/10. The album hit in the top thirty on both the Canadian Albums and OCC UK Albums charts and debuted at position 65 on the US Billboard 200.
Madison Beer said in a podcast interview with The Zach Sang Show that she had already begun writing the sequel to Life Support in the same month. She launched The Life Support Tour in May 2021 to support her record in North America, but the following month she added a leg in Europe. The opening acts for the North American tour were Maggie Lindemann and the performer Audriix, while Leah Kate opened the European leg. The European part of the tour started at the end of March 2022 in Madrid, Spain, and ended at the end of April in Oslo, Norway. The North American portion of the tour started in late October of that year in Toronto, Canada, and ended in late November in Los Angeles.
Madison Beer informed the Manchester Evening News that she was writing songs for her upcoming second studio album, which was “coming together really nicely.” On June 3, 2021, she released “Reckless,” which was slated to be the lead single from her upcoming sophomore studio album. The song climbed into the top forty on the Billboard US Mainstream Top 40 and received praise from critics for its vulnerable lyrical content. Later the same month, Beer and Vanessa Hudgens co-founded Know Beauty, a skincare line based on DNA personalization. She collaborated with the British online apparel company Bohoo to release a clothing line in August that was influenced by the 1990s.
In the music video for “Dolls,” the title track and third single from singer and social media celebrity Bella Poarch’s debut extended play of the same name, Beer had a cameo appearance alongside other internet celebrities in July 2022. Fall, a Lionsgate film starring Virginia Gardner and Jeffrey Dean Morgan, has “I Have Never Felt More Alive” as its theme song. Beer released the song on July 22, 2022.
From 2015 to 2017, Madison Beer was dating Jack Gilinsky of Jack & Jack. After her split from Gilinsky, she had a brief relationship with Brooklyn Beckham. Between the end of 2017 and the beginning of 2019, she had a sporadic relationship with Zack Bia.
In a YouNow discussion in 2016, Beer talked about her sexuality and admitted that she had once been in love with a woman. She added, “I’m not a lesbian, but I definitely love girls.” In another TikTok broadcast from March 2020, she talked about her sexuality.
Madison Beer’s Net Worth
American singer and actress Madison Beer has an estimated net worth of $18 million. With more than 30 million followers on Instagram alone, she is a very popular social media influencer. She converted a mediocre singing career into a tremendously lucrative endorsement job with numerous clothing companies and a beauty line named Morphe.