The 7th of April 1991 saw the birth of Anne Marie Rose Nicholson, who grew up in East Tilbury, Essex, UK. Susan J. was her mother. While her father, Wayne Nicholson, is from London and was a handyman in the construction sector, “Sue” is from Essex and worked as a teacher.
Marie grew up next to Samantha, her sister. At age 6, she was given the opportunity to perform as a young child alongside Jessie J in the West End performances of Les Misérables and Whistle Down the Wind. She developed an early interest in music and began singing at the age of 5. Anne-Marie finished her education at Palmer’s College in Thurrock.
Marie decided against continuing her study because she wanted to have a full-time career in the music business. She also grew interested in karate as she was growing up, aside from that. She began her martial arts training when she was 9 years old, and she has already won three world championships. She practiced Shotokan Karate, which helped her maintain her focus and helped her maintain her sense of discipline.
When Anne-Marie was young, she began playing several instruments and began honing her singing voice. She first gained notoriety as a guest on a number of songs by Gorgon City, Magnetic Man, and Raized by Wolves, from which she caught Rudimental’s notice.
Following the departure of one of their vocalists, the band extended an invitation to Anne-Marie to join them. We the Generation, the second album by the British band Rudimental, featured Anne on four of the tracks. She contributed as an artist to the song Rumour, which made its UK Singles Chart debut at position 67.
In the end, Anne-Marie published her debut extended play, Karate, which went viral and attracted the interest of numerous record labels, after spending two years on tour with them. In 2015, she inked a contract with Asylum, an Atlantic Records division. The two successful tracks from the EP, Karate and Gemini, also inspired her to play live for the first time as a solo artist.
In November 2015, Anne-Marie released the smash single Do It Right, which debuted at number one on the UK Singles Chart and dealt her career a major blow. In 2016, Marie released the first single from her upcoming debut album, Alarm, which spent one week at number 76 before peaking at number 2.
Additionally, the UK awarded this song a Platinum certification. She was chosen to perform at the 31st Eurosonic Noorderslag in Groningen, Netherlands, in the same year. Rockabye ft. Sean Paul, a song by Clean Bandit and Anne-Marie, was released at the same time. They received a lot of recognition for that song because it was certified multi-platinum in Europe, Oceania, and North America.
On March 10, 2017, Anne-Marie dropped the number-one single Ciao Adios. The song was a success, peaking at number nine on the UK chart and earning Platinum certification. To release the song Any Way with Joey Badass, she later collaborated with the techno group Snakehips.
Anne Marie’s Net worth
The predicted net worth of Anne-Marie in 2023 is $7 million. Her main source of income, from which she has already amassed a sizable wealth, is music. She has accumulated a lot from the selling of albums, live performances, collaborations with other artists, tours, and record label partnerships.