Muni Long’s Fortune: How Much Is Singer Muni Long’s Net Worth and Salary?

How rich is singer Muni Long? The American singer and songwriter has written songs for many artists and has made an impressive fortune.

Priscilla Renea Hamilton, known professionally as Muni Long, is an American singer and songwriter. In 2023, she won the Grammy award for Best R&B Performance for her single “Hrs & Hrs.” Under her birth name, her solo debut studio album, Jukebox, was released through Capitol Records in 2009.

In the decade since Muni Long made her industry debut as Priscilla Renea, Muni has made quite a name for herself. Her songwriting credits include (but are not limited to) Rihanna’s “California King Bed,” Pitbull and Ke$ha’s “Timber,” and Chris Brown’s “Beg For It.”

Additionally, her solo single, “Hrs and Hrs” went viral in 2022 and has had the internet in a chokehold ever since.

Since she gained fame for countless song credits and even winning her Grammy award in 2023, many are curious to know much about her finances. So, read on as we share with you how much she is worth today.


What is Muni Long’s net worth?

In 2023, Muni Long’s net worth is $5 Million. She earns her net worth from her professional musical career. She makes money from selling her musical albums, music tours, live performances, royalties from songwriting, and streaming.

Along with that, Muni also runs her record label, Supergiant Records. She also earns money through brand promotions, endorsements, and sponsorships.

Muni Long also earns wealth from her self-titled YouTube channel, with more than 491K followers and more than 185 million views.

Profile Summary

Real Name:       Priscilla Renea Hamilton
Date of birth:September 14, 1988
Age:34 years old
Height:5 Feet 7 Inch
Birthplace:Vero Beach, Florida
Husband:Masimba Chibanda
Profession:Singer, Songwriter
Muni Long Net Worth 2023:$5 Million

Who is Muni Long?

A singer and songwriter who has enjoyed success in the public eye and behind the scenes, Muni Long went from making videos in her bedroom to becoming an accomplished songwriter and solo recording artist.

The native Floridian developed a sizeable online following with videos showcasing her work. This led to a record deal and the release of her first album, a dance-pop effort titled Jukebox (2009), and success as a co-writer of hits for Rihanna (“California King Bed”), Fifth Harmony (“Worth It”), and Kesha (“Timber”), among others.

Long paused her solo career until she returned with Coloured (2018), dominated by strong, emotionally mature R&B with hints of country and gospel. Since then, she has emphasized contemporary R&B with a batch of EPs and the Def Jam-supported Public Displays of Affection: The Album (2022), featuring the platinum Grammy-winning single “Hrs & Hrs.”

Muni Long was born in Vero Beach, Florida, on September 14, 1988. Her father was in the Navy, and the family moved frequently while she was growing up. She began singing when she was two years old, and in school she enjoyed participating in choir and student theater.

When she was a senior in high school, her father gave her a guitar, and as she learned to play, she began writing songs. Eager to share her talent with the world, she started making videos of herself singing her songs in her bedroom and posting them online. Long’s audience grew to the point where she had 30,000 subscribers for her video channel with her performances viewed over 1.2 million times. Other singers recorded videos of themselves singing her material.

Raysean Hairston and Muni Long.

Muni Long has been married to her longtime sweetheart Raysean Hairston for nearly a decade.

Although it’s unclear when the couple met, Muni and her husband, Raysean Hairston, got married in 2014.

Muni and Raysean are fairly tight-lipped about their relationship, especially since he doesn’t seem to have much of a digital footprint. However, he’s always hand-in-hand with his wife on the red carpet.

“I thought I was in love many times before. But I’m a Virgo, and, like, we hate everything and everybody. And, like, once I met my husband and — like, nothing that he does annoys me or gets on my nerves,” she previously told NPR. “We’ve been married for eight years, and I think just, like, I’ve never had intimacy before. And so I think everybody deserves at least once in their life to know what that feels like.”

Raysean hails from Fayetteville, N.C., and played basketball for the Lees-McRae’s Bobcats in college. During his second year, he transferred to the City College of San Fransico, and later to Campbellsville University in Kentucky (per Heightline.)

Despite his background in sports, his career ultimately took a different turn. Today, he makes a living as a songwriter and producer.

Along with Muni, Raysean also collaborated with Mary J. Blige on her track, “Think Like a Man Too.” Together, Muni and Raysean co-founded their record label, Supergiant Records.

As of this writing, Muni and Raysean don’t share any children together.