Ronnie Devoe has a net worth of $15 million as an American R&B/soul singer. As a member of the popular R&B groups New Edition and Bell Biv Devoe, Ronnie Devoe’s net worth and fame grew. Ronnie’s uncle, New Edition choreographer Brook Paine, is responsible for bringing him into the band.
After placing second in a singing competition in 1982, record producer Maurice Starr took notice of New Edition. Maurice’s Streetwise record label quickly signed the band. New Edition would go on to become one of the most popular R&B groups of the 1980s. After New Edition disbanded in 1990, Ronnie formed Bell Biv Devoe with fellow New Edition alumni Ricky Bell and Michael Bivins. This band went on to become one of the most popular R&B groups of the 1990s. Bell Biv Devoe’s debut album sold over 5 million copies. “Poison” and “B.B.D (I Thought It Was Me?)” are two of their most well-known songs. Today, Bell Biv Devoe is still active. The band performs frequently and released their fourth studio album in 2017. Devoe is also the co-owner of DeVoe Broker Associates, an Atlanta-based real estate brokerage. Since 2006, he has been married to Shamari Fears of the R&B group Blaque. They are the parents of two children.