Sean Kingston Net Worth 2020, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career and Achievement

Sean Kingston Net Worth 2020, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career and Achievement

Sean Kingston Net Worth – Sean Anderson “Sean Kingston” is a Jamaican-American songwriter, rapper, and singer from Miami.

Kingston initially gained recognition when he was discovered by Tommy Rotem on MySpace. He released his first single hit in 2007 entitled ‘Beautiful Girls’ that topped the Billboard Hot 100.

As of 2019, Sean Kingston’s net worth has amounted to $2 million dollars. Kingston is mostly known from his debut album ‘Sean Kingston’ which was released in 2007.

Sean Kingston Net Worth 2020

Sean Kingston Net Worth

Early Life, Family and Education:

KiSean Anderson was born in Miami, Florida on the 3rd of February, 1990. Kingston is the first child of three children born to Janice Turner.

His family moved to Jamaica when he was 6 years old. Kingston attended Ocho Rios High School in Ocho Rios for three years before he moved back to the United States with his family.

Kingston’s grandfather is a known Jamaican producer who worked under the name Jack Ruby. Ruby was considered to be one of the best roots reggae producers of the 1970’s.

Career and Net Worth:

Sean Kingston Net Worth

Sean Kingston began his career when he was discovered by Tommy Rotem on ‘MySpace’. Kingston was signed by ‘Beluga Heights’ in a deal with ‘Sony’. The label owner, JR Rotem, thought Kingston was a raw singer.

In 2007 Kingston recorded and released the single ‘Beautiful Girls’ that became a huge hit internationally and topped the music charts worldwide. ‘Beautiful Girls’ was on the top of the Billboard Hot 100.

Kingston co-wrote Jason Derulo’s single ‘Whatcha Say’, and Reggae/R&B singer Iyaz was later discovered by Kingston on ‘MySpace’. In 2010 Kingston released his single ‘Miss Everything’. Kingston was also seen with DJ Khaled in Bow Wow’s single ‘For My Hood’.

Sean has collaborated with Bow Wow and ‘Cash Money Records’ on the single ‘For My Hood’, and he also made an appearance in a mixtape titled ‘Our World’.

The tape featured 12 songs, and Kingston’s first mixtape ‘King of Kingz’ was released in 2011 and featured some of the biggest names in the music industry such as B.o.B, Tory Lanez, Flo Rida, Justin Bieber and Akon.

In 2014 Kingston announced that he was working on his fourth album He played a cameo in a Bob Marley episode in ‘Black Dynamite’ and guest starred on the show ‘Adult Swim’ along with David Alan Grier, Kid Rei, and Chance the Rapper.

A year later Kingston’s social media post claimed that he was working with producer ‘RedOne’. Later on, he released a single ‘Wait Up’, and in 2017 Kingston announced that he would release the mixtape ‘Made in Jamaica.

As of 2020, Sean Kingston’s net worth is $2 million dollars.