Sean Kingston Net Worth

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About Sean Kingston

Kisean Paul Anderson, better known by his stage name Sean Kingston, is an American singer, songwriter, rapper and musician. As of , Sean Kingston's estimated net worth is at least $1 Million.

He is known for his hit songs "Beautiful Girls", "Fire Burning", and "Eenie Meenie". Kingston was discovered on YouTube by Matt Tobin at Beluga Heights Records, and signed to the label in a partnership deal with Sony. In an interview with HitQuarters label head and producer J. R. Rotem described this process with regards to Kingston:

"Sean Kingston was a rapper when we found him and it was a development process to get him more melodic. At Beluga we essentially refine the talent so that it's more of a marketable product."

In 2018 he participated with Italian singer Giusy Ferreri on the vocal part of the single "Amore e capoeira", by Italian record producers Takagi & Ketra. In 2019 he released his single "Peace of Mind" with rapper Tory Lanez. In June 2020 he announced the creation of the "Professional Rapper Boxing League" with hip hop super agent, Triple The Mogul.

On May 21, 2021, Kingston returned with the single, "Darkest Times", featuring G Herbo, while also announcing his upcoming fourth studio album, Deliverance.

What is Sean Kingston's Net Worth?

As of , Sean Kingston's estimated net worth is at least $1M.

In a venture between Epic Records and Koch Records, Kingston recorded and released the single "Beautiful Girls" in May 2007. The song peaked at the top of the Billboard Hot 100. "Beautiful Girls" was a success internationally, topping the charts in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the Republic of Ireland, Spain and the United Kingdom.

Early life of Sean Kingston

Born Kisean Paul Anderson in Miami, Florida on February 3, 1990, Kingston was the first of three children born to Janice Turner. Kingston's family moved to Kingston, Jamaica, when he was six. Kingston attended Ocho Rios High School in Ocho Rios for three years before migrating back to the United States. His grandfather was the noted Jamaican reggae producer Lawrence Lindo, who worked under the stage name Jack Ruby.

Favorite Quotes from Sean Kingston

“I really like the reggae concepts like the culture vibe. They speak on everything that’s going on, they don’t have limits. They speak on politics, they speak of life, they speak on the troubles of poverty, everything. The message, the melodies and the concepts of reggae music are unbelievable.” – Sean Kingston

“To put it in my music, that’s not the message I am trying to send out. That’s not the type of artist I am trying to be. That is not the type of lane I am trying to take. I’m looking for a crossover, wide audience. I am here to make great music and pursue a great career and connect with the fans _ this big artist that is making great music and sending positive messages.” – Sean Kingston

“I was homeless. When my mom went away when I was 14. … My aunt, she doesn’t like rap music. She thinks rap music is the devil’s music. Basically, she said, “Yo, if you are going to do music you can’t do it in my house.” – Sean Kingston

“I describe my sound as international: reggae, pop, rap, R&B all in one. People say, “What type of genre is your music?” It’s Sean Kingston genre. I have my own genre. No disrespect to no artist or dudes out there.” – Sean Kingston

“I make sure I always surround myself with good, down to earth, fun, real people, who always keep me grounded.” – Sean Kingston

Sean Kingston Net Worth