Kevin Mccall Net Worth is
Kevin Mccall Biography
Kevin Lamar McCall, Jr. was born on 25 July 1985, in Watts, Los Angeles, California USA, to parents Kevin and Linda McCall, of African-American and Chinese descent. He is a singer, songwriter, producer and rapper, probably best known for being featured on the Chris Brown hit singles “Deuces” and “Strip”.
A famous artist, how rich is Kevin McCall? Sources state that McCall has earned a net worth of over $1 million, as of mid-2016. His wealth has been acquired through his career as a singer and rapper, as well as through his endorsement deals as a songwriter and producer.
Kevin Mccall Net Worth $1 Million
McCall was raised by a middle-class family along with his four siblings. He began singing in a church choir at an early age, and later taught himself to play piano. He also played football during his childhood years and went on with the sport while attending Washington State University, playing as a running back. He graduated in 2007 with a degree in Social Science and a Minor in Music and Ethnic Studies. While at college, McCall became a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. His interest in music was prominent during his school years, which enabled him to develop his talent as a singer, songwriter and producer.
McCall launched his career as a songwriter and producer in 2009, producing ten tracks for Chris Brown’s 2010 mixtape called “In My Zone”, including hits such as “Big Booty Judy”, “Twitter (Follow Me)”, “Too Freaky” and “Work Wit It”. The same year he signed with Brown’s record label Chris Brown Entertainment and produced tracks for another of Brown’s mixtapes called “Fan of a Fan”, which was a collaboration between Chris Brown and Tyga (Young Money), which was extremely successful, with the lead single “Deuces” becoming an instant hit, reaching number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart. The song brought McCall a nomination for a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Song Collaboration, and greatly added to his net worth. He then collaborated with Brown on his next mixtape “In My Zone 2”, also released in 2010, on the songs “F*ck Um All”, “Life Itself”, “Another You” and “Quits”.
Aside from Chris Brown Entertainment, McCall has also signed with RCA label. He has created and been featured in a number of songs of famous artists such as Justin Bieber, Timbaland, Gucci Mane, Tyrese, Big Sean, Keri Hilson, Marilyn Manson, Kelly Rowland, Trey Songz, Rihanna, Keyshia Cole, Joe Jonas and other, all adding to his net worth.
In 2011 McCall released his first mixtape called “Un-Invited Guest”. In the following four years he released four more mixtapes, “The Eargazm”, “Definition”, “A.D.H.D.” and “RnG Muzic”. Meanwhile, he also released two EPs, “Sextape” and “Xmas Love” as well as several singles, such as the hit song “Strip” featuring Chris Brown, “You Got Me” with Keke Palmer, “Naked” featuring Big Sean, “Side Bitch” with BranOnTheTrack and “Yo Chick” featuring Ty Dolla Sign. All contributed further to his wealth.
McCall has been featured in various magazines, such as The Complex, Source and Vibe. Collaborating with the big names has enabled him to show his great talent and has significantly improved his fortune. Now an independent artist, McCall continues to pave his way to stardom, through songwriting, producing and performing.
When it comes to his personal life, McCall has a child with actress and model Eva Marcille, with whom he has been in a relationship, although still believed to be single.
|Net Worth||$1 Million|
|Date Of Birth||June 25, 1985|
|Place Of Birth||Watts, Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)|
|Profession||Singer, Songwriter, Record producer, Rapper|
|Education||Washington State University|
|Nationality||United States of America|
|Children||Marley Rae McCall|
|Parents||Kevin, Linda McCall|
|Record Labels||Chris Brown, RCA|
|Albums||Mixtape:"In My Zone", "Fan of a Fan", "In My Zone 2" (2010), “Un-Invited Guest” (2011), "The Eargazm", "Definition", "A.D.H.D.", "RnG Muzic”;EPs: "Sextape", "Xmas Love"|
|Nominations||Grammy Award for Best Rap/Song Collaboration (2011)|
|Chris Brown: Turn Up the Music||2012||Short|
|Bloody Sunday||2002||Barney Mcguigan (as Kevin Mccallion)|