ALEC Benjamin is a 27-year-old American singer-songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona.
He is known for his honesty and vulnerability in his songwriting.
How tall is Alec Benjamin?
Benjamin’s height is 5ft 11in according to FamousBirthDeaths. He refers to himself as a storyteller and narrator.
In addition to singing, Benjamin plays guitar and piano.
He started developing a keen interest in music during his high-school years grew up at a time when ‘#YouTube was a major platform for young artists to showcase their talents. He debuted on ‘YouTube’ in 2016, with his single Paper Crown.
Following his high school graduation, he attended the University of Southern California.
He started playing music in the parking lots of music concerts and played at some clubs and coffee houses, too, before he began to garner fans.
He is currently signed to Warner/Chappell Music and Atlantic Records.
Benjamin says he draws influence from rapper Eminem and singer/songwriters Paul Simon and John Mayer.
What is Alec Benjamin’s net worth?
Benjamin has a net worth of $3 million according to Celebrity Net Worth.
His income sources include music sales, tours, showes, music streams and YouTube. He sells merchandise from his official website.
Benjamin has nearly 5million Spotify listeners a month and 32,000 on Spotify. He has nearly 700,000 YouTube subscribers and nearly 100million video views.
His 2018 breakthrough single “Let Me Down Slowly” reached the top 40 in over 25 countries and it has amassed over 854 million streams as of August 2021.
The supporting music video for Let Me Down Slowly has racked up millions upon millions of views on YouTube
He released his debut studio album These Two Windows in 2020.
Some of his other notable singles include End of Summer and The Boy in the Bubble.
Benjamin has co-written songs for artists such as Jon Bellion, and has a songwriting credit on the track “New York Soul (Part II)” from Bellion’s album The Human Condition.
He boasts 1.5million followers on Instagram.
Time magazine labelled Benjamin the “pop storyteller for the next generation.”