Karyn White Biography
A native of os Angeles, California Karyn White born Karyn Layvonne White is an American singer. She became popular during the late 1990s. She is well known for several hit singles including Superwoman, Love Saw It, Secret Rendezvous, The Way You Love Me, and the US Hot 100 No. 1 single Romantic.
Karyn White Age and Birthday
White was born on 14 October 1965 in Los Angeles, California, United States. She is 56 years old as of 2021. She celebrates her birthday every 14 of October every year.
Karyn White Height and Weight
She stands at a height of 1.81 meters tall and weighs 51 kilograms. She has not shared much about her body measurements. She has dark brown curled hair and brown eyes.
Karyn White Parents and Siblings
She was born to her father Clarence White and Vivian White. She is the youngest in a family of five children. White has not shared any information about her sibling’s name. The information about her siblings will soon be updated.
Karyn White Wife and Children
The American singer was married to Terry Lewis. The two tied the knot in 1992. The couple was blessed to have a daughter named Ashley Nicole and adopted their son Brandon. Lewis came with his children Trey and Chloe. The two divorced in 1999.
White was later married to producer and musician Bobby G. She is now in a relationship with musician Al B. Sure!. White resides in Rocklin, California, a suburb of Sacramento, and runs a successful interior design and real estate business.
Karyn White Songs
- Secret Rendezvous
- Love Saw It
- Can I Stay With You
- The Way You Love Me
- I’d Rather Be Alone
- The Way I Feel About You
- Here Comes the Pain Again
Do Unto Me
- I’m Your Woman
- Walkin’ the Dog
- Nobody but My Baby
- One Wish
- Tell Me Tomorrow
Karyn White Career
White started her career as a singer in a church choir and worked as a backing singer, then sang on Jeff Lorber’s 1986 Private Passion single “Facts of Love”, “True Confessions” and “Back in Love” before signing to Warner Bros. White was nominated in the Best R&B/Urban Contemporary New Artist category for the 1989 Soul Train Music Awards, which was won by Al B. Sure.
She also received nominations for two Grammy Awards. She became the first female artist to have the first three solo releases from their debut album hit No. 1 on the R&B charts. Her next album was Make Him Do Right in 1994. The album did not sell well, although she did chart with the singles “Hungah” and the Babyface-penned “Can I Stay With You”, which became her final U.S. R&B Top 10 hit in early 1995. “I’d Rather Be Alone”, her last chart single to date, peaked at No. 50 on the same chart later that year.
In 2006, she recorded a new album, titled Sista Sista; which was slated for release in 2006 but was shelved. Two tracks, “All I Do” and “Disconnected”, were later released on the best of a compilation album, Superwoman: The Best of Karyn White. She was also slated to appear on the Soul Train Music Awards in 2009 as a tribute to Babyface Edmonds. However, this performance was canceled when Edmonds and Reid withdrew from the Soul Train ceremony, declining the honor. In 2011, she was slated to have shot a pilot for a reality series with R&B singers Shanice and Debelah Morgan.
Karyn White Net Worth
White is an American singer who has earned herself a fortune from her career. She has an estimated net worth of $4 million.