Sean Paul Net Worth
Sean Paul Net Worth: Sean Paul is a Grammy-winning Jamaican dancehall rapper and reggae artist who has a net worth of $12 million dollars. Sean Paul first rose to fame with the Dutty Cup Crew before embarking on a solo career. He has released six solo studio albums, and has been nominated for five Grammy Awards, winning one in 2004. He was born Sean Paul Ryan Francis Henriques on January 9, 1973, in Kingston, Jamaica. Prior to entering the mainstream, he scored several hit singles in Jamaica in 1996 and steadily attracted international attention eventually becoming a dancehall superstar. Although his education and athletic skills were enough to land him a prosperous career, dancehall music (particularly crafting rhythm tracks) was Paul's first love and his true calling. It didn't take him much time to become a DJ, after which he also started writing his own songs. He released his debut single, "Baby Girl," in 1996, which proved a significant success. The single was just a forerunner of further Jamaican hits like "Nah Get No Bly (One More Try)," "Deport Them," "Excite Me," "Infiltrate," and "Hackle Mi." It was in 1999 that Sean Paul finally started to make waves with American audiences. His first collaboration was with fellow dancehall hitmaker Mr. Vegas on a production for rapper DMX titled "Here Comes the Boom." Paul went on to score a Top Ten hit on the Billboard rap charts with "Hot Gal Today." In the fall of 2000, Paul released his first album, Stage One, on VP Records. The album included many of Paul's previous hit singles and compilation cuts, among a few brand-new tracks. His subsequent album releases Dutty Rock (2002) and The Trinity (2005) were extremely successful, both of them peaking the Top Ten album chart and featuring a handful of mainstream smashes. His 2009 release Imperial Blaze spawned hit singles like "So Fine" and "Hold My Hand," the latter a duet with Keri Hilson. He released an album called Tomahawk Technique in 2012 and Full Frequency in 2014.