How rich is Ralph Tresvant?
Ralph Tresvant Net Worth:
|Birth date:||May 16, 1968|
|Birth place:||Roxbury, Boston, Massachusetts, United States|
|Height:||5 ft 7 in (1.72 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Record producer, Actor|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Amber Serrano (m. 2004), Shelly Tresvant (m. 1993–1996)|
|Children:||Na'Quelle Tresvant, Mariah Tresvant|
|Music groups:||New Edition (Since 1978), Heads of State|
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Ralph Tresvant wiki & biography:
As a tenor vocalist,bornRalph Edward Tresvant, Jrhas anet worth of $8 million dollars. Bobby Brown, an associate of the group caused conflicts because of Ralph being picked a lead singer and was voted out.
Tresvant left New Edition and started a solo career in 1989. Tresvant started singing with MCA Records. He released his self-titled record in 1990 which topped the R&B charts. The following year Travant Ralph’s song ‘YO Baby Yo’ appeared in a House Party 2 movie soundtrack.
The tune was released in September that same year. The record was very successful. In 7th March, 2006 Tresvant released another solo album titled ‘Rizz-Wa-Faire’. ‘My Homegirl’ was the first single and video tunes from this album. In 27th September, 2008, he began touring and performing with Johnny Gill and Bobby Brown under a new group referred to as Heads of State.
His tune ‘sensitivity’, released in October, 2004, featuring a video game Grand Theft Auto; San Andreas. The tune also played in CSR103-a popular R&B/soul radio station. His 1992 hit ‘Money can not Buy You Love’ was at the top three R&B chart. His songs continue to be popular and he’s got a fantastic talent in singing.
Ralph Tresvant (born Ralph Edward Tresvant Jr. on May 16, 1968) is an American tenor singer, best known as one of the lead singers in R&B act New Edition.
Tresvant appeared in the film House Party 2 in 1991, performing the song ‘Yo Baby Yo’ from the House Party 2 Movie Soundtrack. The following year in 1992 he scored his fourth and final solo top 3 R&B hit to date, “Money Can’t Buy You Love”, from the Mo’ Money soundtrack. In 1993, he released his second album, It’s Goin’ Down. The album featured greater participation from Tresvant as he produced many of the tracks himself. But, the record failed to perform along with the introduction. In 1996, he reunited with the other members of New Edition for the launch of Home Again which became a success. The record was launched on September 10, 1996 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Pop and R&B Charts. Ralph’s third solo album, Rizz-Wa-Faire, was released March 7, 2006. The very first single and video in the album was “My Homegirl.”