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Beenie Man Net Worth

Beenie Man Net Worth

What is Beenie Man’s net worth?

Net Worth: $4 Million
Age: 47
Born: August 22, 1973
Country of Origin: Jamaica
Source of Wealth: Deejay
Last Updated: 2021


Beenie Man is a Jamaican musician.

He is one of Jamaica’s biggest exports. His recording career stretches back to 1981, although it was in the sound systems where he later made his mark.

By the time he was ready for school, the toddler had already decided on a career as a DJ. He wasn’t the first tot with dreams of the limelight, but Beenie actually had a true gift for gab.

As of 2022, Beenie Man’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $4 million.


Early Life

Beenie Man was born on the 22nd of August, 1973, in the Waterhouse district of Kingston.

He was involved in the music industry from a young age, started toasting at the age of five, and was encouraged by his uncle Sydney Knowles, who played drums for Jimmy Cliff.

He won the Tastee Talent contest in 1981, and Radio DJ Barry G introduced him to local sound system operators, who helped to establish the popularity of the young deejay, who became known as Beenie Man.



His debut single ‘Too Fancy’ was released in 1981, and his first album ‘The Invincible Beenie Man: The Ten-Year-Old DJ Wonder, was released in 1983.

His career was put on hold so he could finish school and do some traveling. He returned to music and released 10 albums in the 1990s.

Starting in 1993, he won the DJ of the Year Award for eight consecutive years. He won a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album for 2000’s Art & Life.

In 1994, Beenie Man signed with Island Records 1994 and released the album ‘Blessed.’ Some of his most successful songs include ‘Who Am I (Sim Simma),’ ‘Girls Dem Sugar,’ ‘Feel it, Boy,’ and ‘Dude

He has been .’involved in controversy for anti-gay lyrics and a feud with Yellowman. He married Michelle “D’Angel” Downer in 2006 but later divorced in 2011.

As of 2022, Beenie Man’s net worth is estimated to be roughly $4 million.



Here are some of the best highlights of Beenie Man’s career:

  • Girls Dem Sugar (Song, 1996)
  • Romie (Song, 1996)
  • Art and Life (Album, 2000)
  • Feel It Boy (Song, 2002)
  • Dude (Song, 2004)
  • Nobody Knows (Song, 2006)


Favorite Quotes from Beenie Man

“My music is very influential because of my background and where the music comes from. Me as an individual, I feel an infinite influence. I’ve been in this business since the 1970s. I show longevity, and I show work ethic. I’m focused on music-making and making myself a positive and powerful influence.” – Beenie Man 

“It’s so impressive because we in Jamaica are the original. Speaking of the Universe, we are the most influential and powerful. We are the creators where the most energy exists. Jamaica is where everything is. Our influence is the earth.” – Beenie Man 

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