Yungblud Biography, Age, Wiki, Height, Weight, Girlfriend, Family & More

Yungblud

Biography / Wiki

The British celebrity Yungblud is an English singer, songwriter, and actor. He has won acclaim with his socially-conscious brand of protest music, including songs like “King Charles.” He is the hip-hop-influenced rock outfit created by blending punk spirit with pop savvy.

He made a trio of hits with Halsey, Machine Gun Kelly, Dan Reynolds, and frequent collaborator Travis Barker.  His single track named “I Love You, Will You Marry Me“ was based on the true story of Jason who proposed to Clare Middleton through graffiti on Park Hill. He was born as Dominic Richard Harrison on August 5, 1997.

Height / Weight / Age

Yungblud weighs 75 kg and 165 lbs in pounds. He is a talented singer who is 178 cm or in feet inches 5’10” tall. He has a charming personality with dark brown hair color and sharp wide blue color eyes. He has a slim body with a figure measurement is 42 inches breast, 30 inches waist, and 37 inches hips approximately. She will turn 23 years old in August 2020. His biceps size is 14 whereas the shoe size is 10 (US).

Net Worth

According to the sources, Yungblud’s estimated net worth is $550,000 US dollars approximately.

Education / Family

Yungblud was born, in Doncaster, Yorkshire, England, to parents Samantha Harrison and Justin Harrison is a vintage guitar dealer. He was raised along with his two younger sisters Jemima Harrison and Isabella Harrison. Rick Harrison was his grandfather who performed with T. Rex in the 1970s.

He studied at Arts Educational Schools, London for elementary education. Before beginning his music career he was starred in “Emmerdale” and “The Lodge. He has learned to play guitar, piano, drums, and tambourine.

Name

Yungblud

Nickname Dominic Richard Harrison.
Birth Place Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England.
Date Of Birth August 5, 1997.
Age 23 years
Height In centimeters – 178 cm

In feet inches – 5’10”

Weight In kilograms – 75 kg

In pounds – 165 lbs

Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Dark brown
Profession Actor, Singer, Songwriter, and Musician.
Zodiac sign Leo
School High school
College Not known
Religion Christianity
Nationality British
Home Town Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England.
Debut Not known
Fathers Name Justin Harrison
Mothers Name Samantha Harrison

 

Yungblud with his parents
Yungblud with his parents
Brothers Name not known
Sister Jemima Harrison and Isabelle Harrison.

Yungblud with his little sister
Yungblud with his little sister

Career / Fashion And Style

Yungblud made his debut on 7 April 2017 and released his debut single “King Charles”,[19] which Tenement TV branded “a protest song for the disenfranchised working classes”,[20] along with a music video for it on YouTube.  His next single “I Love You, Will You Marry Me” was topped on the 26th position on the Alternative Songs Chart.

His song “Tin Pan Boy” was about the construction project on Tin Pan Alley, a musical hotspot place in London; in January 2017, a deal was sealed to refurbish new buildings within the area.

Along with Charlotte Lawrence, he sang the track “Falling Skies” from the show “13 Reasons Why” Season 2. On July 6, 2018, his debut album “21st Century Liability” was released. In 2016, he also appeared in the television series “The Lodge” as Oz.

Girlfriends, Affairs, Wife and More

Girlfriends Halsey

 

Yungblud with his girlfriend
Yungblud with his girlfriend
Marital Status Unmarried
Wife None

Favorite Things

Here we are providing you the list of Yungblud’s favorite things.

Favorite Actors Eddie Redmayne
Favorite Actress Emma Watson
Favorite Food English cuisine
Favorite Destinations Miami
Favorite Color(s) Black and white

Yungblud

Some Interesting Facts About Yungblud

  • Yungblud was influenced by Bob Dylan, the Clash, and the Beatles.
  • Under the labels Locomotion Recordings and Geffen Records, his debut album was published.
  • His professional name was given to him by his manager.
  • He has attended the March For Our Lives rally which was a student-led demonstration rally against gun violence after the events of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting.