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Beck has an enchanting body and is an inspiration to many. Being the star of the red carpet means people will be interested in the rock singer’s body measurements. Luckily we have summarized all body measurements below!

Beck is a well-known American Singer, rapper, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist. Beck Hansen is famous for his music compositions, along with sonic genres. He becomes famous in the 90s for producing different unique compositions that have a lo-fi style. His compositions contain a list of different music like folk, soul, hip-hop, funk, alternative rock, country, electronica, and psychedelia. He has released the total of three albums and also song different solo debut without albums.

Body Measurements Statistics

All Beck’s body measurements including for example shoe size, height and weight.

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Height: 5 Feet 9 Inches (177 cm)
Weight: 157 lbs (71 kg)
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Net Worth: $30 Million


“Especially in music, you wonder, Okay, should I still be doing this? Like, are you overstaying your welcome at the party? But I don’t know.”


“Most of my early records were not cohesive at all, just collections of demos recorded in different years. ‘Odelay’ was the first time I actually got to go in the studio and record a piece of music in a continuous linear fashion, although that was written over a year.”


“I came up in a time when Springsteen, the Stones, Dylan, and the Beatles were still dominant. For every magazine cover with a new band, there were five covers with one of those guys.”


“I’m the artist formally known as Beck. I have a genius wig. When I put that wig on, then the true genius emerges. I don’t have enough hair to be a genius. I think you have to have hair going everywhere.”


“I’m really fascinated by lingos and colloquialisms that are outmoded and have gone by the wayside. I love the way people spoke in the ’30s, and the amazing slang of the mid-’60s and ’70s.”