Stomzy Biography, Age and Awards
Born on July 26, 1993, Michael Ebenezer Kwadjo Omari Owuo Jr., also known as Stormzy, is a British rapper, singer, and songwriter. He rose to prominence in the UK underground music scene in 2014 as a result of his Wicked Skengman freestyle series, which he recorded over classic grime beats. Stormzy’s song “Shut Up,” which was initially made available as a freestyle on YouTube, gained popularity after he started a campaign to reach Christmas number one, and it eventually peaked at number eight on the UK Singles Chart.
Stormzy won Best Grime Act at the 2014 and 2015 MOBO Awards and was listed as an act to watch in the BBC’s Sound of 2015 list.
Stormzy won Best Grime Act at the 2014 and 2015 MOBO Awards and was listed as an act to watch in the BBC’s Sound of 2015 list. His debut record, Gang Signs & Prayer, was recognized as British Album of the Year at the 2018 Brit Awards and became the first grime album to top the UK Albums Chart. In the Top 10 of the 2020 Annual Powerlist, Stormzy was ranked fifth after being honored for both his musical and activist achievements.
Stomzy Net Worth
The estimated value of Stormzy’s wealth is over $25 million (£20.5 million). The main source of his wealth has been his work as a rapper. Stormzy has also amassed a sizable fortune through his Youtube channel. Additionally, he appears in a number of Nike television commercials. He also makes money by touring in support of his albums.
The Kensington Avenue Primary School in Croydon is where Stormzy attended elementary school. At Stanley Technical High School, which is now Harris Academy South Norwood, he completed his secondary education and took his GCSE and A-Level tests.
He did well in his GCSE exams, but his A-Level performance was less impressive. Stormzy was expelled from his secondary school for “putting loads of chairs on another student,” which prevented him from enrolling at the prestigious Cambridge University. He went to a different college and enrolled, but he left because he didn’t like it. Soon after that, he began his engineering apprenticeship.