Sean Kingston net worth

Sean Kingston net worth

Net Worth: $7 Million

About Sean Kingston

Sean Kingston net worth

Sean Kingston, real name Kisean Anderson, is an American- Jamaican rapper, songwriter and singer. He rose to the fame in 2007, following the release of his eponymous debut album. It featured such singles as “Beautiful Girls” and “My Love”. His second work, entitled Tomorrow, reached the stores by the end of 2009. As for today, Kingston is affiliated with labels E1 Music, Beluga Heights and Epic. His third studio album, Back 2 Life, is supposed to reach the stores by the end of this year. Sean Kingston net worth is currently estimated at $7 million dollars.
Kisean was born in Miami and later moved to live in Kingston, Jamaica. He is not the only member of Anderson’s family to choose a career in music industry. Sean’s grandfather, known as Jack Ruby, was a sound system operator and music producer. Back in the day when Jack started his professional career he was the only major record producer to have a studio in Kingston. Despite Ruby’s achievements and his input in popularizing reggae music, his fortune did not equal Sean Kingston net worth. Kisean’s childhood was far from the happiest time in his life.

The boy and his mother suffered from constant deprivation and often had to earn their food illegally. When Kingston was 11, he was caught stealing and jailed. Soon his mother got accused of an identity theft. While she was charged and incarcerated, the future millionaire lived in a car.
Sean Kingston net worth started to grow in 2007, when a 17-year-old was discovered by one of Beluga Heights producers. Tommy Rotem noticed his demos on MySpace and after a brief meeting Kinston landed a contract with this label. According to R. J. Rotem, back in the day Sean was a rapper and it took a lot of work, as well as time, to make his music more melodic. With a help of producers form two different labels, Koch Records (currently known as E1 Music) and Epic Records, Kingston released his first single, “Beautiful Girls”. It topped Billboard Hot 100 and stayed in this position for 3 consecutive weeks. His next hit was “My Love”, based on Led Zeppelin’s “D’yar Maker”. Due to the success of these and other song, such as “Take You There” and “There’s Nothing”, the album peaked at No. 6 on Billboard 200 and eventually received Gold certification from the Recording Industries Association of America.
Kingston’s second and so far the latest album, Tomorrow, reached the stores in 2009. It featured two significant singles, “Face Drop” and “Fire Burning”. Despite the mainstream success of these songs the album sold only 13 thousand copies during the week after release and did not make a significant contribution to Sean Kingston net worth.

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