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Teddy Swims Net Worth: How Much Is Teddy Swims Worth?

Teddy Swims Net Worth: How Much Is Teddy Swims Worth?

Teddy Swim’s estimated net worthTeddy Swims, whose real name is Jaten Collin Dimsdale, is an American singer-songwriter. He was born in Conyers, Georgia, on September 25, 1992.

How much is Teddy Swims worth?

By 2023, Teddy Swims’s net worth is projected to be around $2.5 million. It’s thought that his successful music career—which included selling records, topping charts, and playing live—is what brought him such an impressive net worth.

Teddy Swims salary

Teddy Swims’ salary was unknown at the time this report was submitted. Nonetheless, we think he earns a sizable income from his music career and possibly other endeavors.

Teddy Swims assets

As of the time of filing this report, we have no details about Teddy Swims’ assets and lifestyle.

Teddy Swims career

Swims started his musical career by playing in a number of Atlanta-based bands, such as cover bands for hair metal and soul, as well as alternative rock groups WildHeart and Eris, a post-hardcore group.

Swims’ friend Addy Maxwell asked him to rap over some of his beats at the beginning of 2019, and that invitation led to the two of them landing the opening spot on Tyler Carter’s U.S. tour.

He started performing under the moniker Teddy Swims for this tour, which is a play on a childhood nickname that made fun of his girth and an internet acronym for “someone who isn’t me sometimes,” which alludes to the idea of combining the various facets of his personality.

After uploading his debut rendition of Michael Jackson’s “Rock With You” on YouTube in June, Swims went on to frequently publish covers of other musicians from a variety of genres, such as Lewis Capaldi, Chris Stapleton, Amy Winehouse, and H.E.

As of 2022, his October cover of Shania Twain’s “You’re Still the One” had received 86 million views, making it his most popular video.

After releasing his single “Night Off” independently in July, his videos swiftly amassed millions of views. In December, he landed a record deal with Warner Records.

In January 2020, Swims launched his first headline tour and released his first major label single, “Picky.” Rolling Stone dubbed Swims an “Artist You Need to Know” after he performed on The Kelly Clarkson Show and released his single “My Bad” in February 2021

His first release, “Till I Change Your Mind,” came out in March. In April, he performed on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, and the song was later re-released as a joint effort with Ingrid Andress.

Swims’ debut seven-track EP, Unlearning, was released in May. Later that summer, he supported the Zac Brown Band on tour.

Swims’ single “Simple Things” was released in August 2021. In September and November of that same year, he appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden and Today.

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