Everything we know about Madison Beer’s parents

Madison Beer is an American singer who burst onto the scene after Justin Beiber tweeted a link of an Etta James cover she’d posted on YouTube. She was only 13 at the time, and soon after she signed with Island Records. After two unsuccessful singles, Madison and Island Records went separate ways.

Beer worked on rebuilding her reputation and standing in the industry before releasing her debut EP As She Pleases in February 2018. She is currently signed with Epic Records, and plans on releasing her debut album, Life Support, sometime this year.

This article will look at Madison’s parents and how they’ve affected her life and career.

Madison’s Jewish parents, Tracie and Robert, work in real estate

Madison Elle Beer was born on 5th March 1999 in Jericho, New York, to Tracie and Robert Beer. Robert and Tracie both work in the real estate sector. Robert is a luxury home builder, and Tracie is an interior designer. Robert initially worked in construction for his family’s company, Birchwood Development Company, before founding his company, BuiltByBeer. Tracie and Robert raised Madison alongside her brother Ryder Beer.

Madison and Tracie are quite close, and they moved to LA after Madison started her music career. Elle told The Sun:

“I had to move out of my home in New York when I was 13. I left all my friends, family, my dogs and summer camp… all that stuff behind. I moved to LA with my mom and brother.”

Tracie saw Madison through tough times, and their bond grew stronger. Madison wrote on her website:

“I am so grateful for my mom and everything she does for me. She has the biggest heart ever and is so selfless and amazing. I am lucky that she cares so much about me and makes sure that I am on the right track in everything I do.”

Madison felt lonely after her mom left her in LA and moved back to New York

After Madison got to 18 years, her mom left her in LA and moved back to New York. Initially, Madison enjoyed the independence, but that delight eventually turned into loneliness. She told Elite Daily:

“My mom always raised me to be super independent and not need my parents out [here]. When I was younger I was like, ‘Woo! I’m free in the city by myself with a car. Great!’ Now that I’ve gotten older, it bothers me more that I’m alone.”

Madison hopes to emulate her mom by starting her own family. She told The Sun that family is very important to her:

“I’m more eager to have kids than I am to go back to college. I want to be a mom really badly. Family’s really important to me. I love kids, but not just yet.”