How rich is Sean Kingston?
Sean Kingston Net Worth:
|Birth date:||February 3, 1990|
|Birth place:||Miami, Florida, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Rapper, Artist, Record producer, Musician, Music artist|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Parents:||Janice Turner, Jack Ruby, Jr.|
Sean Kingston profiles:facebook.com/seankingston
Sean Kingston biography:
An enormous part of his net worth comes from his involvement into singing, rapping and being a hip hop artist. The singer was born in 1980 and is of Jamaican and American origins. He became known to the general public in 2007 when he released his first album which was titled “Sean Kingston”. Although the singer was born in Florida, he moved to reside to Jamaica when he was six. The singer studied in high school in Ocho Rios. Also, the vocalist is quite known for his connections.
He is the grandchild of the famous reggae vocalist from Jamaica named Lawrence Lindo. The singer was better known by his stage name Jack Ruby and was a tremendous star in Jamaica. Moreover, his mom also spent some time in jail due to identity theft and during that time Sean Kingston was living in an automobile. Thus, although vocalist’s career looks rather glorious having a tremendous Sean Kingston net worth, his life before getting into music career was not brilliant. Sean Kingston began his music career when his MySpace page was found by Tommy Roten.
He signed Sean Kingston with all the record label business which was “Sony Records”. Tommy Roten worked at Beluga Heights and Beluga record label business was well known for searching for abilities and signing them with record deal businesses. Therefore, it helped Sean Kingston to begin into music business. Among the most used singles of the singer was “Beautiful Girls” which became a huge hit worldwide and which added millions of dollars to the overall amount of Sean Kingston net worth.
Similarly, another tune of Sean Kingston which was entitled “Me Love” is made upon the model of the tune “D’yer Maker” by Led Zeppelin, that has been featured in their own album called “Houses of the Holy”. The song scaled to the 1st position in the charts in Australia, where it replaced Fergie’s hit song “Big Girls do not Cry” which had been in the 1st place for weeks before the single of Sean Kingston entered the charts. Consequently, Sean Kingston net worth raised a lot also due to his popularity in Australia.
Besides of him being rapper, he is also a songwriter, his first record Sean Kingston was released in 2007. On according to current estimate about his total wealth, his entire net worth has been gathered to be around $2 million and probably one of the most affluent celebrities from rapper community. Afterwards he moved to Jamaica when he was six years old. He began putting music out on social networking site Myspace and the move paid off, ending with a partnership deal with Sony and Beluga Heights. His hit single, “Beautiful Girls”, rose to number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2007. It was the longest-tenured number one hit in Canada during 2007. Kingston went on to start for Gwen Stefani, Beyonce and Kelly Clarkson. He’s released three studio albums: “Sean Kingston”, “Tomorrow” and “Back 2 Life”. Kingston has been nominated to get a few awards, including Best Reggae Video for “Back 2 Life (Live It Up)” at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards and Outstanding New Artist in the 2008 Image Awards.
He’s used his fame to support adolescents to get lively with Do Something and to end the outside chaining of dogs. A week after, his Bentley was repossessed outside of a Hollywood hotel. On July 28, 2014, Sean’s Lemborghini was repossessed after he a parked it on the street near Hollywood and Vine. Kingston allegedly hadn’t made a payment on the Lambo for six months. Based on Sean Kingston, he is already working on his next record. The lead single was affirmed to be “Dumb Love”. The song’s chorus samples 1957’s, Come Go With Me by the Del Vikings. The tune is also featured within an episode of The Suite Life on Deck which Kingston guest starred on. The album will also feature T-Pain, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West, Flo Rida, Soulja Boy, Wyclef Jean, Cher Lloyd, Akon and Dr. Dre.