Róisín Murphy is an Irish singer, songwriter and music producer.
She first found fame in the 90s, as the singer in the pop duo Moloko.
The other half of Moloko was made up by the English producer and then boyfriend, Mark Brydon.
Together they produced four albums, landing them three UK top 10 singles, and one UK top 10 album.
Their album ‘Statues’ found even more success in Belgium, topping the charts there in 2003.
Moloko split up after 'Satues', leaving Róisín Murphy to explore music as a solo artist.
The Irish singer’s career has now spanned almost three decades, leaving fans curious as to how much she is worth today.
What Is Róisín Murphy’s Net Worth?
As of 2022, Roísín Murphy has an estimated net worth of $4 million (approximately £3,261,000), according to Celebrity Net Worth.
The 48-year-old’s debut solo album, Ruby Blue, was released in 2005, followed two years later by her album Overpowered.
In 2015, she released her third studio album, Hairless Toys, which went on to be nominated for the Mercury Prize.
Murphy has featured on a few podcasts over the years.
Most recently, she did an episode with former Radio 1 DJ, Annie Mac, on her podcast Changes. When she shared the episode on Instagram, fans were quick to praise the Irish pairing.
One listener commented ‘Just finished listening… LOVED it! A joy to hear two amazing women in one conversation’. Another described them as ‘Two legends that are so passionate!!’
This year, she will be performing at Glastonbury. This is not her first time at the iconic festival, fans were delighted to watch her sing there back in 2016.
Headlining the West Holts Stage this year, she will most likely be treating us to some of the new music she released in 2020. An exciting artist who always delivers originality and dance-worthy beats, it will no doubt be a fantastic set.