44 years and still trying to increase Beenie Man's net worth! Still trying to get all the fame and name he wants! Just stay still and look at Beenie Man’s sources of income, his properties, and all.
Anthony Moses Davis, the King of Dancehall, has a total net worth of $3.5 million reports The Richest Magazine. Since the singer’s debut in Too Fancy in 1981, he has been continuously working in the music industry and got a Grammy Award for the Best Reggae Album in 2000.
Another tabloid site suggests that the songwriter cum singer has a total net worth of $3.7 million since 2007. And, he has also been named as one of the Top 10 richest musicians of Jamaica with other artists like Bob Marley, Shaggy, and Bounty Killer on the list.
Beenie’s song Who Am I is the highest grossing song of the Jamaican singer. The song got aired in1998 on the album, Many Moods of Moses.
However, the song is still being sold on the Amazon in the CD format for $45.06. Also, some of his songs have made it to the Amazon Prime time songs with a price tag of $9 for the Best of Beenie Man and $13.99 for Unstoppable.
Beenie is seen wearing two gold chains around his neck on every occasion. The jewelry costs more than $800, and he is wearing two. So, needless to say, that he is filthy rich.
The singer has recently been featured in the Reggae Gold 2016 along with other famous artists. Also, he became the primary artist of the Latest & Greatest Reggae Dancehall Hits and Presents: New Sounds of Freedom.
The reggae artist has released the album, Unstoppable in 2016. The album was featured by the appearances of Akon, Major Lazer, and Bounty Killer. The album was released by VP Records and is priced $13.99 on Amazon.
All in all, the singer has earned enough for him to live a lavish life with his children. Hope the musician gets what he needs and much more success in his career.