During his time as a musician, Smokey Robinson has won a number of awards and received several nominations. He has a catalog of more than 4,000 songs that he has written. He has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame, and the Kennedy Center Honors. He has also been awarded the National Medal of Arts.
After his initial success as a member of the group The Miracles, Smokey Robinson became a famous songwriter. He has written countless songs and has become one of the most popular R&B songwriters of all time. He has also been honored with a Doctor of music degree from Harvard University.
Currently, he lives in a multimillion-dollar estate in Los Angeles, California. The mansion features a 9,000-square-foot primary residence as well as a 2,000-square-foot guest house. It is estimated that the property’s value is $3.6 million. It is located in the affluent Chatsworth neighborhood of Los Angeles. The home has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms.
The mansion is expected to increase in value over the years. It has designer furniture and a swimming pool. There are also seven toilets in the home. The home is also situated on 6,556 square feet of land.
He has been married to Claudette Annette Rogers, who was also a member of the group The Miracles. The couple got divorced in 1986. When they got back together, they had a daughter, Tamla Robinson, and a son, Berry Robinson. However, their third child was born in a different woman, and they haven’t had children together since.
His current net worth is approximately $150 million. He has also been honored with the honorary degree of Doctor of Music from Harvard University. He has been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters’ Hall of Fame. He has been awarded the Kennedy Center Honors, the National Medal of Arts, and the Grammy Living Legend Award.
The Miracles, a band founded by Smokey Robinson, produced many hits and sold millions of albums all over the world. He was also the frontman of the group, and he is credited with writing many of the group’s hit songs. The band released 25 studio albums. Some of the best-selling albums of his career were “I’m Sorry” and “Going to a Go-Go.” His albums with the Miracles also sold over 500,000 copies when they were released.
As a solo artist, Smokey has released 23 studio albums. His album “Going to a Go-Go” is a hit, and it has sold over 1.7 million copies. He has received a Grammy Award for his album in 1988. He has also been awarded with a NARAS Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016.
His wife, Frances Glandney, has been a member of the Miracles since 1957. They recently traveled to Cannes and Saint-Tropez. They haven’t had any scandals or issues in their marriage. They have two children together, but neither of them have children of their own.