Alejandro Fernández Net Worth is $20 Million
Nicknames: Alejandro Fernández Abarca; El Potrillo; The Colt
Date of birth: the 24th of April, 1971
Source of wealth: music
How Much is Alejandro Fernández Worth?
For many years and till now people argue, if it is possible to make real music art commercially successful. Is a beautiful music always sold well? In the case of Alejandro Fernandez – yes, it is! The singer with a unique style, deep fringe voice and amazing musical understanding, Alejandro Fernandez could monetize his talent and save $20 million fortune.
The major part of Alejandro Fernández wealth comes from selling of his albums. In general he sold more than 30 million disks all over the world.
The singer has released 16 studio albums. He is responsible for such hits as “Loco”, “Abrázame”, “Te Amaré” and many others. In 2013 he released an incredibly beautiful stylish song “Hoy Tengo Ganas De Ti” (I Have Desire for You) in duo with a blonde bombshell Christina Aguilera. The song was supported with a great music video.
Although selling of albums and live performances are the main sources of Fernández wealth, they are not the only one. The talented singer turned to be a farseeing businessman too. He is a co-owner of a big shopping centre, named “Unicenter”. In addition he invested into construction of a big indoor arena, supposed for holding concerts and sports events. The arena was named after his father – Arena V.F.G. (Vicente Fernández Gómez). It can accommodate 11, 000 viewers.
Alejandro Fernández Way On Top
It is hard to believe, but Alejandro Fernández was going to become an architect. The son of a famous Mexican singer Vicente Fernández, he was inspired by his father to become a musician. Alejandro Fernández continued music traditions of his family and performed Mexican folk music – ranchera – at the beginning of his career. Later he focused his mind on pop music – and immediately became a sensation.
Alejandro Fernández is a father of 6 children, which he had from various relationships. Currently he resides in Mexico City, although he was brought up in Province of Guadalajara.