How rich is Lisa Maffia? Net Worth

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January 1, 2020

Lisa Maffia Net Worth

Lisa Maffia how much money? For this question we spent 13 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $250 Thousand.

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Biography

Lisa Maffia information Birth date: October 1, 1979 Birth place: London, England, UK Profession:Soundtrack

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:How tall is Lisa Maffia – 1,78m.
How much weight is Lisa Maffia – 83kg

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Lisa Maffia (born 16 June 1979, South London) is an English singer-songwriter, musician, fashion designer, model and presenter, who originally came to the publics attention as the main female member of So Solid Crew. Whilst in So Solid, the singer notched up five top 20 hits, including a platinum-selling single 21 Seconds and a platinum selling album They Dont Know. As a solo artist, she has released two top 10 singles and an award winning album including the platinum selling single All Over. Maffia is mixed race, born to a half-Italian mother and a black father.
Biography,Early life and career debutMaffia was born and raised in Brixton, London by her mother, Shirley Maffia. She has a daughter, Chelsea, born when she was 17. She trained in Latino, ballroom, tap and modern dancing and practised gymnastics as a child. She attended Norwood School in West Norwood. Maffia then went on to Brixton College to do a diploma in Photography and Art & Design. In 2000, Maffia got her career debut when she added her vocals to the So Solid Crew track, Oh No.2001–2002: They Dont KnowOn 6 August 2001, whilst with So Solid Crew, 21 Seconds was released. It reached number one in the United Kingdom in August 2001. The single also won Best British Video at the 2002 BRIT Awards. With the success of 21 Seconds, the crew went on to release their debut album They Dont Know which ending up going platinum.2003–2004: First LadyOn 21 April 2003, departing from the So Solid Crew, Maffia made her debut at number 2 with All Over. It spent three weeks in the top 10. She then released In Love which reached number 13. This led to the singer releasing her debut solo album, First Lady. Promo for the album included support slots for artists such as Christina Aguilera, Ashanti, Loudbankcoast, Ja Rule, Daniel Bedingfield and Blue. The album failed to reach the success of its singles reaching number 44 in the UK Albums Chart, and led her to be dropped by her record label. Maffia also performed her single All Over at the MOBO Awards.2005–2006: The Games and Maffia RecordzTaking a break from music, Maffia took part in the Channel 4 reality TV show The Games. She earned a silver medal behind Kirsty Gallacher. After The Games, Maffia set up her own independent record label, Maffia Recordz, on which she released her underground single Shake 4 Daddy and signed acts such as North Star and Romeo. The label also signed the soundtrack to the film, Rollin with the Nines.2007–2009: Celeb Air and recording for second albumIn May 2007, Maffia announced on her official Myspace that she has been recording her upcoming album at the Murlyn Studios, known to have penned songs for Christina Milian, Madonna, Kylie Minogue and others. On 10 September, Maffia released her single Bad Girl, whilst the single reached 36 and number 4 in the overall dance charts, the single had success over Europe leading to Maffia doing a European tour. On 20 August 2008, it was announced Maffia would participate in ITV2s CelebAir where cameras followed Maffia and other celebrities as they work as air hostesses. Maffia won CelebAir on 23 October 2008.Maffia updated via Twitter that she recorded every other week (during January 2009 to August 2009), working with various producers including Roger Sanchez and Bloodshy & Avant and to expect a surprise US star. She also recorded four songs for the comeback album of So Solid Crew including Since You Went Away, the video of which was shot in June 2009.2010–2011: House of MaffiaIn January 2010, Maffia released and toured with So Solid Crew on their single Since You Went Away. The track reached the top 10 in the independent singles chart, leading to various performances on Big Brothers Big Mouth, Channel 5s Five Live and Radio Ones Live Lounge. With the success of the track, it was announced on Maffias official Twitter that there would be one final album from So Solid Crew, and to also expect more albums from Maffia herself, with her next solo album to be expected in 2012. She also launched her fashion boutique House of Maffia.2012–2013: New music and re-launch of Maffia RecordzIn March 2012, Maffia announced her underground single titled Dont Stop the Music, featuring Maffia Recordz signees MC Romeo and Tyler Daley. Its worldwide premiere was aired on BBCS 1Xtra on 8 April 2012, and then went on to be released in July 2012. On 22 July, Maffia announced via Twitter she would be teaming up with Aggro Santos on a new track produced by Paul Morrell. Maffia also appeared on Peter Andres new album Angels & Demons on a track titled X.2014–Present: New album and launch of Maffia MediaIn October 2014, Maffia premiered the first single from her new album on BBCs 1Xtra. The track, titled The Knack, featured production from Dizzy Bell. Maffia announced the album would be released in the fourth quarter of 2015. Maffia also announced she would be executive producer for UK film Little Lighty, the first film to be produced under Maffia Media (Lisas production company).[11]

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