Jamal Edwards Net Worth

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Edwards died on 20 February 2022 at his mother`s home in Acton, London, aged 31. His friends said the cause of death was a heart attack. The day before he had DJed at a gig in north London. Celebrities and other personalities made their statements about his death after it was announced.
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Jamal Edwards MBE (24 August 1990 – 20 February 2022) _0_ was a British music entrepreneur, DJ and founder of the city's online music platform SB.TV. Edwards was an ambassador for the Prince's Trust, a youth charity that helps young people start their own businesses. In 2021, Edwards created Jamal Edwards Delve, a project to renovate and open youth centers.

Jamal Edwards Bio

Edwards was born in Luton, England and spent his early years there before moving to Acton, West London where he lived with his mother Brenda Edwards, stepfather Patrick and younger sister Tanisha. The Edwards family comes from Saint Vincent and the Grenadines. As a child, his mother introduced him to stage school, which placed fourth on the second series of The X Factor in 2005. She wanted him to pursue acting and drama; however, he aspired to be successful in the music industry.

When Edwards was 15, he was given a camcorder and filmed raps and performances by friends and uploaded them to his YouTube channel. He then created an SBTV channel for his videos, taking the initials from "SmokeyBarz", a name he used for a while as a rapper. After leaving school, he worked for the Topman clothing company while continuing to make videos. His videos have become more popular, gaining hundreds of thousands of views. He was able to leave Topman to focus on SBTV. Initially, the channel's content was grime dance music, but then it began to explore other musical genres.

Jamal Edwards Net Worth

Jamal Edwards Net Worth was approximately $10 million. Jamal Edwards is the son of the British singer and West End actress Brenda Edwards who finished fourth on the second season of The X Factor. He is the creator of SB.TV and owns the Sony subsidiary record label Just Jam.


Jamal Edwards at Le Monde d'Hermès in 2019. In addition to his online platform, Edwards has released a collection of headwear on Topman (his former job) with American Freshman. The collection included limited editions of snapbacks and bucket hats designed by Edwards himself. As part of the GQ Heroes series in 2019, Edwards hosted an open forum discussion with Adwoa Aboah about mental health. In 2017 he made a documentary on male suicide. Edwards attended the Hermès: Step into the Frame show at Nine Elms in London.