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Boyfriend (Suzannah Powell) was born on 16 August, 1988 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. At 32 years old, Boyfriend height not available right now. We will update Boyfriend's height soon as possible.

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Popular As Suzannah Powell
Occupation N/A
Age 32 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 16 August 1988
Birthday 16 August
Birthplace Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Nationality United States

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She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Boyfriend worth at the age of 32 years old? Boyfriend’s income source is mostly from being a successful . She is from United States. We have estimated Boyfriend's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Boyfriend is also the creator of a 3-act semi-scripted and interactive musical that takes place in New Orleans’ Preservation Hall. In 2018, she produced the third annual production where audience members (who have been known to include the likes of Mumford & Sons and David Grohl) enjoyed a sold-out experience that featured the dynamic burlesque/drag duo of Kitten & Lou, rearranged Boyfriend ragtime mixes by composer Joe Shirley and trombone stylings by Preservation Hall's David L. Harris.


In November 2018, Boyfriend released "Wash That", her take on the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic from their musical South Pacific. Premiered by Playbill, the song explores "beauty rituals and hair maintenance" which are some of Boyfriend's favorite themes to explore. She tells Playbill that "Wash That" is "in perfect alignment with my ongoing thesis statement about the burden of beautification and the processes we undergo as women to be deemed ‘presentable,’” she explains. “So often it’s the opposite, where we’re plucking and tweezing in order to snag a man, but this taps into the empowerment that is nested inside all of these rituals—wash him off! Put that lipstick on for you!”

In March 2018, Boyfriend was criticized for performing a series of shows in San Francisco, CA of which tickets were sold exclusively on Airbnb's Experiences platform. She was bashed on her social media accounts by critics of the home-sharing app who felt her decision supported gentrification and home displacement.


In Spring of 2017 came Boyfriend's EP: "Next". The EP was produced in Laurel Canyon by Boyfriend and Pablo Dylan with the help of New Orleans musicians Khris Royal, Joe Shirley, and Alvin Ford Jr. The EP includes a track featuring Cindy Wilson of the B-52's.

In June 2017, "Boyfriend and her dancers slayed...with a dazzling dance routine" at Bonnaroo Music Festival where her performance with Preservation Hall Jazz Band and Chance The Rapper in the SuperJam was named by Consequence of Sound as the Number 3 set in their Bonnaroo Festival Review: Top 10 Sets. Additionally, Boyfriend was mentioned in Bob Lefsetz' June 12, 2017 edition of The Lefsetz Letter as Bonnaroo's Best Find.

Boyfriend performed at Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival in August 2017 where her performance was mentioned by Rolling Stone as a part of their 5 Best Things That Happened at Outside Lands 2017.

In December 2017, Boyfriend flew to Tokyo,Japan to headline a party for iconic fashion designer Marc Jacobs at the notorious Ai Honten host club in Kabukicho's Red Light District. The event was held to celebrate the launch of his Spring/Summer 2018 Collection and guests included Yu Yamada and Kiko Mizuhara among other celebrities and influencers.


Boyfriend collaborated with Big Freedia on "Marie Antoinette," a "big room banger" which premiered on The Fader in August 2016. She also wrote 4 songs and co-produced Big Freedia's December 2016 EP, A Very Big Freedia Christmazz.

In April 2016, a Boyfriend performance at Proud Larry's in Oxford, Mississippi was cancelled "due to statewide pressures and the current political climate."


Boyfriend grew up in Nashville, Tennessee. She was raised in the Church of Christ and attended parochial school from kindergarten through her sophomore year of high school. In a 2015 interview, she said that her early environment forced her to develop a sense of self. "My personal reality growing up was very much conservative, hetero-normative, white, and Christian. So to do something like be vegetarian, or like girls, or explore another culture or, god forbid, question god... you had to grapple, have a mental reckoning."

In January 2015, Boyfriend told an interviewer that there was "definitely repression being cast off—I certainly hope that there’s someone out there who hears my music and feels less ashamed, less scared, and less dirty as a result. But it’s not about shock value so much as embracing the darkness … employing darkness as a tool for light.”

In addition to touring as a headliner, Boyfriend performed at events including SXSW, Fun Fun Fun Fest, Pemberton Music Festival, and BUKU Music + Art Project. She toured with Big Freedia during the fall of 2015.


Working with the New Orleans-based production team/party duo Sex Party, she released a series of songs about love through her Love Your Boyfriend project. Two EPs, Love Your Boyfriend Part 1 and Love Your Boyfriend Part 2 were released in late 2014. Love Your Boyfriend Part 3 was scheduled to be released in 2016.


The first track she recorded was the overtly sexual "Hunch and Munch." It was accompanied by a video, released in February 2012.


Suzannah Powell (born August 16, 1988) is an American singer, songwriter, producer, rapper, and performance artist, best known by her stage name Boyfriend. Raised in Nashville, she found her persona upon moving to New Orleans. Boyfriend coined the term “rap-cabaret,” a nod to the emphasis on performance in her music.