Mavado Biography ,Age and Net worth


Mavado Biography ,Age and Net worth

Mavado Biography – David Constantine Brooks, better known by his stage name Mavado, is a Jamaican dancehall singer, who is signed to We the Best Music Group and formerly to Cash Money Records.

In 2016, Mavado’s song “Progress” on the Mineral Boss Records produced “Money Boss Riddim” was featured in DJ Khaled’s Major Key album. The album was nominated for the 2017 Grammy Awards on the “best rap” album category. In 2017, Mavado, Alkaline and Jahmiel formed a camp known as MVP, which Mavado claimed to be the “biggest thing” in dancehall at that time.

Mavado Biography : Net worth and Lifestyle

In 2018, Mavado collaborated with Sean Paul for an inspirational song called “I’m Sanctify”. In 2019, Mavado released a song called “Top Shotta Is Back” On a Riddim called The Aircraft Riddim produced by Chimney Records.

In 2020, Mavado recorded and released a Drake diss song called “Enemy Line”.

Before knowing much about Mavado Biography lets look at what most people ask about this great artist.

What happened mavado son?

Dante Brooks, the 18-year-old son of dancehall artiste Mavado, has been sentenced to life in prison for the 2018 murder of Lorenzo Thomas. He must serve 22 years before he may become eligible for parole. He has also been sentenced to 15 years for arson and 20 years for illegal possession of a firearm.

Is mavado still signed to we the best?

David Constantine Brooks (born 30 November 1980), better known by his stage name Mavado, is a Jamaican dancehall singer, who is signed to We the Best Music Group and formerly to Cash Money Records.

Mavado : Net worth and Lifestyle

Mavado Profile summary

Full name: David Constantine Brooks

Nationality : Jamaican

Born: November 30, 1980 (age 40 years), Kingston, Jamaica

Spouse: Monique McKenzie (m. 2012)

Movies: Champions in Action 2006: Vol. 1, Hit Me With Music, Babylon Culture, Mr. Bogle: Mr. Wacky Memorial

Children: Sky Diamond

Mavado Biography

David Constantine Brooks was raised in Kingston, Jamaica’s Cassava Piece community. He cites the music of Bounty Killer as an early influence. Bounty took him under his wing to show him the ropes of the music industry and introduced him to his manager, Julian Jones-Griffith. He decided to name himself “Mavado” after the Swiss watch company Movado, with his manager altering the spelling

Mavado Career Life

In 2005, Mavado had his breakthrough with his first single, “Real McKoy”. He further established himself with the follow-up record “Weh Dem a Do”, on the Red Bull & Guinness riddim, that had the distinction of hitting Billboard. After a string of hits in 2005 and 2006,Mavado released the album Gangsta for Life: The Symphony of David Brooks 10 July 2007 on VP Records.The single “Dying” from the album was featured heavily on New York’s WQHT (Hot 97) R&B/hip-hop radio station.

That same year brought Mavado off-stage controversy, as he was detained by Jamaican police. While in police custody, the singer claims he was thrown through a glass window, slicing three fingers in the process, which were reattached at a local hospital. Police claimed Mavado escaped from custody while at the hospital. He was later arrested and charged with shooting with intent and illegal possession of firearm in relation to an event occurring 27 July 2007. Mavado was released two days later on a $3000 bail and was subsequently refused entry into the United States.

Mavado did not sign the Reggae Compassionate Act and has been criticised for anti-gay lyrics (in such songs as ”Batty Bwoy Termination” where the lyrics say “Battyboy must die, Lesbian must die, Sodomite must die”), as well as alleged promotion of gun violence. The issue caused him to be banned at times from several Caribbean countries.

In March 2008, Mavado was featured performing a rendition of his song “Real McKoy” for Grand Theft Auto IV Trailer #4 “Everyone’s a Rat”. “Real McKoy”, along with “Last Night” (both from the album Gangsta for Life), were also featured in the game on the radio station “Massive B Radio”.[11] Mavado was also featured on the G-Unit track ‘Let It Go’ along with Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks for the album: T·O·S (Terminate on Sight) in 2008. He was the only non-G-Unit feature on the album. In 2008 Mavado was given the UK MOBO Award for Best Reggae Act.

Mavado Net Worth 2022

As of 2022, the net worth of Mavado has been estimated to be over $5 million

Where is Mavado now?

You can find the greatest artist present times on his Instagram Page

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