SZA Net Worth: How Much Is Singer SZA Worth?

SZA Net Worth: How Much Is Singer SZA Worth?

Gain insight on SZA’s net worth. Learn about her successful music career and explore her financial success and achievements.

SZA Net Worth: How Much Is Singer SZA Worth?

SZA, is worth six million United States dollars($6m USD). She amassed this net worth via her music career.

SZA’s Biography 

Born as Solána Imani Rowe to a CNN executive producer known as Abdul-Mubarak-Rowe as a father and an AT&T executive mother called Audrey Rowe, SZA is a popular R&B singer.

Growing up in a strict Muslim household in Maplewood, New Jersey, she attended an all-girls Muslim preparatory school. She later graduated from Columbia High School before furthering to Delaware State University to read Marine Biology.

The “Hit Different” singer stands tall at a height of five feet, three inches which is equivalent to 1.62 metres and has a weight of 60 kilograms.

The “Ctrl” singer who got introduced to Jazz artists, Miles Davis and John Coltrane by her father has two siblings, an older half-sister known as Panya Jamila and an older biological brother known as Daniel, alias Manhattan who is a visual artist but used to be a rapper.

She is presently single but has been in relationship with top tier people like Drake, Kehlani and Scott Sasso.

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SZA’s Age and Birthday 

The acclaimed singer and songwriter is 34 years old as of January 2024 as she was born on the 8th of November, 1989 in St. Louis, Missouri, United States of America. She is Scorpio by Zodiac sign.

SZA’s Career

The accomplished American R&B singer, songwriter and music video director who boasts a net worth of $6 million has achieved skyrocketing success in her debut studio album as “Ctrl” released in 2017, secured the number-one position on the Billboard Top R&B Albums chart, number two on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart, and number three on the Billboard 200 Chart. In 2020, Rolling Stones honoured the 2x Platinum album by including it in the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time List.

SZA’s influence is beyond her solo work. Her collaboration with Doja Cat on the 2021 hit “Kiss Me More” earned a Grammy, and her partnership with Kendrick Lamar on the Oscar-nominated song “All the Stars” from the 2018 “Black Panther” soundtrack further showcased her versatility

Additional contributions include, the EPs “See.SZA.Run(2012)” “S(2013)” and “Z(2014)”, along with hit singles like “Love Galore”( featuring Travis Scott), “The Weekend” and “Good Days”. 

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