Kayah

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Kayah (Katarzyna Magdalena Szczot) was born on 5 November, 1967 in Warsaw, Poland, is a musician, songwriter, producer, television personality. Discover Kayah’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 53 years old?

Popular AsKatarzyna Magdalena Szczot
Occupationmusician, songwriter, producer, television personality
Age53 years old
Zodiac SignScorpio
Born5 November 1967
Birthday5 November
BirthplaceWarsaw, Poland
NationalityPoland

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Kayah Height, Weight & Measurements

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Who Is Kayah’s Husband?

Her husband is Rinke Rooijens (m. 1998–2010)

Family
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HusbandRinke Rooijens (m. 1998–2010)
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Children1 (son)

Kayah Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Kayah worth at the age of 53 years old? Kayah’s income source is mostly from being a successful Musician. She is from Poland. We have estimated Kayah’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
Salary in 2019Under Review
Net Worth in 2019Pending
Salary in 2019Under Review
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Source of IncomeMusician

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Timeline of Kayah

2011

In 2011, Kayah had a major commercial hit with her single “Za późno” (Too late) and took part in the TV show The Voice of Poland as a member of the judging panel. In 2013, she released an album Transoriental Orchestra which was an exploration of Jewish music. She also collaborated with young star Viki Gabor in 2019 with the song ‘Ramię W Ramię’ (Hand In Hand).

2009

Kayah returned with her first studio album in six years in 2009. Skała (Rock), musically similar to her 1995 debut album, became a bestseller in Poland. 2010 saw the release of two collaboration albums: Kayah & Royal Quartet with the Royal String Quartet, consisting of some of her previous songs in string arrangements, and Panienki z temperamentem (Ladies with attitude), on which Kayah and Polish singer Renata Przemyk presented their own interpretations of works by Kabaret Starszych Panów.

2005

2005 saw the release of her first compilation, The Best & the Rest, a 2-disc set featuring all her greatest single hits as well as less popular tracks. It was promoted with two singles: “Prócz ciebie, nic” (Without you, nothing), recorded with Krzysztof Kiljański, and “Jutro rano” (Tomorrow morning). Kayah then shifted focus to production and released a number of successful, critically acclaimed albums on her own label Kayax. In 2006 she released her first live album, MTV Unplugged. The following years saw her working on various soundtrack melodies.

2000

In 2000, she released the album Jaka ja Kayah (Kayah, like me) which featured pop, jazz and techno-influenced songs. She paired with Cesária Évora for a track “Embarcacao”, sung in Crioulo, from the re-release of the album, newly entitled YakaYaKayah. Her next album, Stereo typ, was issued in August 2003 and featured a major hit single, “Testosteron”. The record was nominated for 7 Fryderyk awards and in the autumn Kayah embarked on her Stereo Tour to promote the new album.

1999

In 1999, Kayah paired with the Yugoslav composer Goran Bregović to record what would become one of the most popular Polish albums ever, entitled Kayah i Bregović. Most of the music was composed by Bregović for the band Bijelo Dugme (White Button), which he had been a part of, and for movie soundtracks that he had worked on. The lyrics were both translations of and inspired by the original texts. The first two singles released from the album, “Śpij kochanie, śpij” (Sleep, my love, sleep) and “Prawy do lewego” (From right to left), became massive hits in Poland for many months and the record went on to sell in excess of 700,000 copies. In the same year Kayah was awarded another Fryderyk, in the category Vocalist of the Year.

1995

She released her first self-produced solo album, Kamień (Stone), in 1995. It was a great success, consisting of melancholy pop songs, deriving from soul and jazz traditions. In the same year, she was voted the Vocalist of the Year by the Polish music industry and received a Fryderyk award in recognition of her achievements. In 1997, she received another three Fryderyks, this time for the album Zebra as well as in the categories of Singer and Composer of the Year. With Zebra she changed her style, moving in the direction of American soul/funk music. The album spawned two hits, “Na językach” (Tongues wagging) and “Supermenka” (Superwoman).

1988

At the start of her career, Kayah sang in choirs and recorded backing vocals for a number of bands, such as Tilt. She made her solo debut with the song “Córeczko” (Little Daughter) in 1988 at the National Festival of Polish Song in Opole. The same year, her first full-length eponymous album was released. It was a commercial and artistic disappointment and today is not included in Kayah official discography.

1967

Katarzyna Magdalena Szczot (born on 5 November 1967 in Warsaw), professionally known as Kayah, is a Polish singer-songwriter. In 1995, she released her first self-composed album Kamień and established herself as one of the most successful Polish singers with the subsequent releases of Zebra (1997) and Kayah i Bregović (1999). In the early 2000s, Kayah founded her own label, Kayax, which has signed many successful artists and released numerous critically acclaimed albums. She has sold more than one million copies of her records so far and remains one of the most awarded artists by the Polish music industry.