The young rising rapper Akala has a net worth including his house, cars and wife detail has been revealed in 2018. Check his bio from height, age, married life to facts info. Leading the way for British rappers in a world dominated by American rappers, Akala is creating a huge impact in the world of rapping. But it isn’t the only thing that makes Akala so popular, he is also a poet and a race activist, who is working tirelessly to bring in equal justice for people of color. He has shown a keen interest in British politics and was an active campaigner for Labor Party leader Jeremy Corbyn during the 2016 elections.
|Full Name||Kingslee James Daley|
|Birth Date||December 01, 1983|
|Height||5.10 feet / 1.81 m|
|Parents||Heather Court McLean and Eyon Daley|
|Net Worth||$1.2 Million|
|Source of Income||Rapper|
Akala real name is Kingslee James Daley was born 1983 in London, England.His mother is of Scottish heritage and his father is Jamaican. Akala’s sister is the award winning rapper and songwriter, who goes by the stage name of Ms Dynamite. When Akala started performing, he chose this particular stage name which was rendered from a Buddhist word, meaning “immovable”.
With such a glorious career, the net worth of Akala is estimated to be around $ 1.2 million and today he own a luxury house located in London and a car.
Akala first started releasing music in early 2003. He then went on to release his first mixtape, The War Mixtape, in 2004. He then released his first album, It’s Not a Rumour in 2006. This album became a breakthrough album and brought him wide acclaim. The single, Shakespeare, which was a part of the album, was a reference to his self-proclaimed title, The Black Shakespeare. The single made it to the list of BBC 1 playlist. The album was duly recognized and Akala went on to win the award for the Best Hip Hop Act at the MOBO Awards.
Kala also performed with his very famous sister, Ms Dynamite in a mixtape entitled A Little Darker. It was released in 2006 and contained guest appearances from numerous other artists. Apart from music, Akala has been a race activist all his life. He has lectured on the same to classes and groups at the East 15 Acting School/University of Essex, Sydney University etc. Moreover he conducted workshops on songwriting at the prestigious School of Oriental and African Studies. He has also been a part of Oxford Reunion.