Stormzy Bio, Age, Height, Parents, Father, Wife, Net Worth, Shut Up, Song and Albums

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Stormzy Biography

Stormzy is a British rapper, singer, and composer best known for his television show Wicked Skengman. His Wicked Skengman series of freestyles over legendary grime rhythms propelled him to prominence in the UK underground music scene. To date, he has released a mixtape, a studio album, two extended plays, and seven singles.

Stormzy Career

Stormzy rose to prominence in the UK underground music industry thanks to his “Wicked Skengman” freestyle. In 2014, he released his first Extended Play, entitled “Dreamers Disease.” He also performed on the TV show ‘Later with Jools Holland’ that year, singing the song “Not That Deep.” Stormzy was also seen in several music videos in 2014, including Chip and Shalo’s “I’m Fine,” Avelino’s “No Comment,” Professor Green’s “Hugs & Kisses,” and Wiley’s “Grew Up In,” to mention a few. In March 2015, he released “Know Me From,” a track that reached #49 on the UK Singles Chart and was later certified silver by BPI.

He appeared on Yungen’s “Ain’t On Nuttin’,” Raleigh Ritchie’s “The Greatest,” and Nick Jonas’ “Chains” remixes, among others. He also teamed with P Money, Big Narstie, and Youngs Teflon on the tune “TRKRZ,” which was released as a non-album single. Stormzy and Lethal Bizzle released the non-album single “Dude” the same year.
He released the non-album single “Scary” in April 2016. In the same year, he collaborated with Fekky, Tempa T, Lethal Bizzle, Rou, and Wiley on the remix single “Feed ‘Em to the Lions.” Chip’s “Hear Dis,” Tanika’s “Out Here,” Raye’s “Ambition,” and Ray BLK’s “My Hood” are just a few of the tunes on which the rapper collaborated with other artists.  ALSO READ: Marvin Sapp

His track “Shut Up,” released from “WickedSkengMan 4,” originally charted at #59. In December 2015, Stormzy performed the song at a boxing event. After the performance, the song started ascending up on the iTunes chart. The song eventually peaked at #8.

Stormzy Age

How old is Stormzy? The musician is 28 years old as of  2021. He was born Michael Ebenezer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr.on 26 July 1993 in Croydon, London, England.

Stormzy Education

He was educated at Harris Academy South Norwood and later graduated from Oxford University.

Stormzy Nationality | Ethnicity

What ethnicity is Stormzy? he belongs to the black ethnicity/heritage, he was born and raised in Croydon, London, England, and he holds British nationality.

Stormzy Height

How tall is he? The famous rapper stands at a height of 6’5″ (196 cm) tall.

Stormzy Family | Parens | Father

He is a cousin of rapper Nadia Rose and was born in Croydon, London, England, as the son of Ghanaians. He was raised in South Norwood, London, alongside his siblings by their mother. His father’s identity is unknown.

Stormzy Girlfriend | Dating

He has never been married. Maya Jama, a TV and radio broadcaster, was his girlfriend. They began dating in 2015 and broke up in 2019. Their breakup led him to write the song Lessons, which was published the same year they split up.

Stormzy Net Worth

The British rapper has an estimated net worth of $25 million as of 2020. He has made his fortune from his music career.

Stormzy Shut Up

Shut Up, his independent song was released for digital download in the United Kingdom on September 11, 2015. XTC produced him and he is the writer. The song debuted at number 59 on the UK Singles Chart in September 2015, however, following an unsuccessful number one Christmas campaign, it ascended to number eight. To date, the album has sold over one million copies around the world.

Stormzy Shut Vossi Bop

Heavy Is the Head, his second studio album, including the song Vossi Bop. On April 25, 2019, #Merky and Atlantic Records released the single. Stormzy also directed the video, which features him rapping in front of the Bank of England and on Westminster Bridge.

Stormzy Albums

♦ 2019; Heavy Is the Head
♦ 2017; Gang Signs & Prayer

Stormzy Songs

♦ 2019; Own It
♦ 2019; Vossi Bop
♦ 2019; Superheroes
♦ 2019; Big For Your Boots
♦ 2019; Wiley Flow
♦ 2020; Still Disappointed
♦ 2019; Audacity
♦ 2019; Sounds of the Skeng
♦ 2019; Crown
♦ 2019; One Second
♦ 2019; Lessons
♦ 2019; Do Better
♦ 2017; Cigarettes & Cush
♦ 2017; Shut Up
♦ 2017; Blinded By Your Grace, Pt. 2
♦ 2015; Know Me From