Joe (singer) Biography
Joe (singer) is an American singer, songwriter, and record producer who was born in Columbus, Georgia, the United States as Joseph Lewis Thomas. He was raised in Opelika, Alabama, he later relocated to New Jersey. In 1992, he signed a record deal with Polygram Records. He rose to fame after releasing his debut album Everything the following year and followed it with a series of successful albums under Jive Records, including All That I Am (1997), the international bestseller My Name Is Joe (2000) as well as the multi-certified albums Better Days (2001) and Then… (2003).
Joe (singer) Age
Joe (singer) was born on 5 July 1973 in Columbus, Georgia, the U.S.
Joe (singer) Height
Joe is of average height and moderate weight.
Joe (singer) Family
Joe was born and raised by his parents in Columbus, Georgia and is the child of evangelist preachers. He moved to Opelika, Alabama during his formative years.
Joe (singer) Education
Joe was educated at Opelika High School and he graduated in 1990.
Joe (singer) Wife
Joe likes to keep his personal life private hence information about his dating life is under research.
Joe (singer) Career
Joe continued to sing as well as write music after his graduation from Opelika High School while working at occasional temporary jobs. In New Jersey, while serving at a gospel record store and continuing his music education through a local church, he met producer Vincent Herbert and recorded a three-song demo tape and in the year 1992, he signed to PolyGram Records and released his debut album Everything the next year.
Produced by Joe alongside Keith Mille, J. Dibbs, and Dave “Jam” Hall, it peaked at number 105 on the US Billboard 200 and number 16 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums. Everything spawned three singles, including I’m In Luv” and “The One for Me” the former of which became a top ten hit on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart as well as peaked at number 22 on the UK Singles Chart. In the year 1996, Joe contributed the song “All the Things (Your Man Won’t Do)” to the soundtrack to the crime comedy parody film Don’t Be a Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood in 1996. Released as a single, it reached number 11 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and was later included as the opening track on his second studio album All That I Am in 1997 after signing with Jive Records. Marking his commercial breakthrough, the album reached number 13 on the US Billboard 200 and number 4 on Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Another hit single from the album, “Don’t Wanna Be a Player”, was also featured on the Booty Call soundtrack. All That I Am eventually went platinum in the US.
Joe (singer) Net Worth
Joe has an estimated Net Worth of $4.9 million dollars which includes his Assets, Money, and Income.