Carrington Franklin Biography
This is what you need to know about Carrington Franklin, an American Blogger and well-known to be the oldest daughter of the famous musician, Songwriter, and Author Kirk Franklin and Tammy Collins.
Carrington Franklin Age
Franklin was born on May 13, 1990, in America. Her Zodiac Sign is Taurus. She celebrates her birthday on 13 May every year.
Carrington Franklin Height
Franklin has not revealed her exact height.
Carrington Franklin Family
Franklin is a wife to Maxx Nakwaasah. She was born to parents Kirk Franklin and Tammy Collins. Her real father is not known however Kirk loves Carrington as his own. Her parents have two children together, a daughter named Kennedy (born in 1997) and a son named Caziah (born in 2005).
Carrington Franklin Sibling
Carrington Franklin Husband
Franklin is happily married to her husband Maxx Nakwaasah. The couple got married in October 2016.
Carrington Franklin Net Worth
Franklin has not revealed her exact net worth however her dad Kirk has an estimated net worth of $8.5 million.
Carrington Franklin Father’s career
Kirk formed “The Family”, which was a 17-voice choir, formed from neighborhood friends and associates in the year 1992. In 1993 the Family also released their debut album, Kirk Franklin & The Family. It spent almost two years on the gospel music charts and charted on the R&B charts.
In 1995, they released an album called Kirk Franklin & the Family Christmas, the group released Whatcha Lookin’ 4 in 1996. In 1996, his song called ”joy” was also recorded by Whitney Houston and the Georgia Mass Choir.
He also released songs as a solo artist such as the soundtrack for the film Kingdom Come which included gospel artists Mary Mary, Trin-i-tee 5:7, Crystal Lewis, and Franklin’s group 1NC, as well as mainstream artists Az Yet, Jill Scott, Tamar Braxton, Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men and others.
He also released The Rebirth of Kirk Franklin in February 2002 after he had worked for. In 2005 he also released in the United States. The album was certified Gold on December 2, 2005, and Platinum on December 14, 2006, by the Recording Industry Association of America. His father also served as the host and co-executive producer of the BET original series Sunday Best and the musical co-host of GSN’s with the American Bible Challenge with Jeff Foxworthy.