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Aloe Blacc is one of the most prominent musicians and singers whose original name is Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III. He is best known as a musician, singer, record producer, composer and also a philanthropist. You might have listened to some of his famous songs like “I Need a Dollar,” “The Man,” and he has also written and performed the vocals of the song, “Wake Me Up” by Avicii. Most of the songs have topped many charts in the US as well in overseas countries like the UK and Australia.
Aloe Blacc has experienced an exciting and successful career, to say the least.
At first, in the year 1995, Aloe then teamed with the hip hop producer Exile and then they formed the group named Emanon. This group was inspired by one of the songs by Dizzy Gillespie. The first mixtape of the duo was released in the year 1996, and then they released the EP Acid 9 in the year 1999. Later the group released six tracks after this. He also started touring and recorded with other people too.
Family and Personal Life
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It isn’t much known about his personal life, but it is a known fact that he got married to Mexican-Australian rapper Maya Jupiter. Maya and Aloe then had their first child as a daughter in the year 2013.
|Wife's/Spouse's Name||Maya Jupiter|
|Boyfriend/Girlfriend (Dating)||Yes (Maya Jupiter)|
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
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|Full/Real Name||Egbert Nathaniel Dawkins III|
|Age (as of today)||43 years|
|Date of Birth||January 7, 1979|
|Place of Birth||Laguna Hills, California, USA|
|Weight||79 kg, 174 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||$6 million|
|Occupation||A Philanthropist, Composer, Musician, Singer|
Height, Weight, and Age
Aloe Blacc weighs 79 kg. Being born on January 7, 1979, translates to an age of 43 years as of todays date (October 5, 2022).
I think a lot of self-identity and inner-personal development is hampered by consumerism and capitalism because we see ourselves as a reflection of the TV, rather than as a reflection of the people who are around us, truly.Aloe Blacc
America’s biggest export is media and I think that’s a positive thing.Aloe Blacc
Music, especially as an adolescent, helps to build identity because that’s when people start developing a sense of self. You can kind of tell based on what music a person listens to what kind of person they’ll be pretty much for the rest of their life.Aloe Blacc
Hip-hop educated me about other forms of music, because it sampled from all different styles.Aloe Blacc
I felt I had an opportunity to follow in the footsteps of great soul musicians of the past, who made a lot of social and political commentary through their music.Aloe Blacc