SZA’s Net Worth
SZA is an American R&B singer, songwriter and music video director. SZA has a net worth of approximately $6 million. The singer came out with her debut album “Ctrl” in 2017. SZA featured in a Grammy award-winning Doja Cat song “Kiss Me More”.
SZA was born Solána Imani Rowe on 8th November, 1989 in St. Louis, Missouri. Being the daughter of a Christian mother and a Muslim father, Rowe was raised in a Muslim household in Maplewood, New Jersey. She has an older brother who is a rapper with the stage name Manhattan as well as a half-sister named Tiffany.
SZA regularly spent her afternoon at a Muslim prep school. She attended Columbia High School graduating in 2008. After graduating high school, Rowe went to Delaware State University where she studied marine biology. Her university education got curtailed during her final semester. She met Terrence “Punch” Henderson of Top Dawg Entertainment Co-president. She goes by the stage name SZA which stands for “Self-savior, Zig-zag-zig, Allah”.
SZA became the first female artist to sign to Top Dawg Entertainment after self-releasing a couple of EPs. Her EPs birthed the singles, “Babylon and Child’s Play”. She collaborated with Jill Scott on “Divinity“ before later writing songs for Beyoncé and Rihanna. SZA performed “Consideration” a song she co-wrote with Rihanna at the 2016 Brit Awards.
The talented singer released her first single “Drew Barrymore” in 2017. The single received the Platinum certification before signing with RCA Records a few months later. Her songs, “Ctrl”, “Love Galore”, “The Weekend”, “Love Galore”, “Broken Clocks” were all huge commercial successes receiving various accolade from prestigious rating organizations.
Rowe was decorated with five nominations at the Grammy in 2018. She featured on Cardi B’s “I Do” in 2018 as well as DJ Khaled’s “Just Us” in 2019. Her collaboration with Justin Timberlake on “The Other Side” for the “Trolls World Tour” was a success as well.
SZA joined forces with Crocs to create two designs for the company. She donated the proceeds from the sales of SZA Crocs to the National Alliance on Mental Illness, Sad Girls Club and Boris Lawrence Henson Foundation.