Tomi Rae Brown (21st May 1969 in the USA) is an American singer who came into the limelight as the fourth and last wife of the American singer, songwriter, dancer, musician, record producer, and bandleader, James Joseph Brown.
Mrs. Brown has an estimated net worth of $1 million today. Similarly, her husband had a net worth of $100 million while he was alive.
Tomi Rae Brown is an American singer who began her career as a backup singer in the James Brown Revue. She formed the all-female rock band named Hardly Dangerous in 1980 and continued to perform with them.
Furthermore, Tomi also formed another rock and soul band, Godmother of Soul. As a result, she has a net worth of $1 million today. Similarly, her husband had a net worth of $100 million while he was alive.
During her singing career, she has given vocals to James Brown's 2001 song, 'Killing Is Out, School Is In', 'Baby, You've Got What It Takes', 'What It Takes', 'Its Time', etc.
The American singer owns a huge luxurious house in Augusta, United States where she lives with her kids. Talking about her vehicles, she owns a luxurious car that may worth millions.
As the singer claims to be James' last wife, and a court ruled that Hynie was legally married to Brown, she as Brown's widow will get some portion of her passed-out husband's property, estate, and wealth.
Tomi Rae Brown was born on 21st May 1969 in the United States. She is an American singer by profession. By nationality, she is American and belongs to the birth sign, Gemini.
Regarding her personal life, she was in a relationship with late soul legend James Brown with whom she has a son named James Joseph Brown II.
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