Sean Paul Net Worth 2023: Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques is a Jamaican dancehall rapper, singer and record producer. Paul is a Grammy award winner. He is one of the most successful dance hall artiste in the world.
Sean Paul Net Worth
|Sean Paul Net Worth||$13 million|
|Date of birth||9 January 1973|
Sean Paul net worth 2023 is $13 million
Sean Paul Net Worth Profile
Sean Paul Henriques was born in Kingston, Jamaica to parents Garth and Frances on 9 January 1973.
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His mother is of English and Chinese-Jamaican descent. Sean Paul was raised as a Catholic.
He attended Wolmer’s Boys’ School and the College of Arts, Science, and Technology, now known as the University of Technology, where he was trained in commerce with an aim of pursuing an occupation in swimming.
Many members of his family are swimmers. His grandfather was on the first Jamaican men’s national water polo team.
His father also played water polo for the team in the 1960s, and competed in long-distance swimming, while Paul’s mother was a butterfly swimmer
Paul played for the national water polo team from the age of 13 to 21, when he gave up the sport in order to launch his musical career.
Paul started his music career by recording a vocal over music producer Harding’s rhythm track.
He and Harding collaborated on several more tracks. Later when Paul gained local attention, he was managed by Harding.
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In 2000, Paul released his debut album, Stage One with VP Records.
His singles “Get Busy” and “Temperature” topped the charts in the United States, and most of his albums have been nominated for the Grammy’s Best Reggae Album, with Dutty Rock winning the award. Sean Paul has also been featured in many other singles including chart-toppers “Baby Boy” by Beyoncé, “What About Us” by The Saturdays, “Rockabye” by Clean Bandit, and “Cheap Thrills” by Sia.
Sean Paul Net Worth 2023
Sean Paul Net Worth 2023 is currently $13 million. Paul received the Order of Distinction, Commander class (CD) from the Jamaican government on 21 October 2019, “for contribution to the global popularity and promotion of reggae music”.