Betty Wright death: Bessie Regina Norris, known as Betty Wright, has passed away, at the time of death she was only 66 years old.
The music industry is suffering a great loss. The family of Betty Wright has confirmed this terrible news.
Born: December 21, 1953
Full/Real Name: Bessie Regina Norris
Stage Name: Betty Wright
Betty Wright Age: 66 years
Birthplace: Miami, Florida, United States
Betty Wright death: May 10, 2020
Spouse: King Sporty (m. 1985)
Children: Chaka Azuri, Asha Wright, Patrick Parker, Patrice Parker, Aisha McCray
Profession: Record producer, Singer, Musician
Nationality: United States of America
Wright is known for her R&B classic, mostly for “No Pain, (No Gain),” “Clean Up Woman” and “Tonight Is the Night.”
Betty Wright Cause of Death: Cancer
She started her career by performing with the Echoes of Joy, her family’s gospel group in Miami. At the age of fifteen, she released her first solo alum, My First Time Around, and Girls Can’t Do What the Guys Do had her first Top 40 song.
Her song “Clean Up Woman” reached #6 on the Billboard pop charts and #2 on the R&B charts in 1972. In 1975, her song “Where Is the Love?” had won her the Grammy award.
In the early 80s, she released her own label Mr. B Records. Her song “No Pain No Gain” reached #14 on R&B charts in the late 80s.
Wright collaborated with The Roots on Betty Wright: The Movie, in 2011, which reached #27 on R&B charts. It was her first solo album in a decade.
How much is Betty Wright worth?
Betty Wright net worth: Betty Wright net worth is $5 million. She was an American singer and songwriter.