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Tinny (Nii Addo Quaynor) was born on 19 January, 1982 in Ghana. Discover Tinny's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 38 years old?

Popular As Nii Addo Quaynor
Occupation N/A
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 19 January 1982
Birthday 19 January
Birthplace Ghana
Nationality Ghana

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Tinny Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Tinny worth at the age of 39 years old? Tinny’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Ghana. We have estimated Tinny's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In his early years, Tinny took up his first stage name Black Nature. He performed at various entertainment shows with that name. While he was in Osu Salem JSS, he joined forces with two of his friends, Salam and Buke, who called themselves "Black Agony" as a duo, and formed a whole new a group called "Nature and Agony". This group was managed by Tinny's father, Mr. Ricky Tetteh Quaynor. They performed at by then very popular teenage music shows such as Kiddafest and Fun-World. However, Agony did not like the idea of Tinny's father managing them thus, they left the group. Tinny then went solo to perform at ‘Ecstasy Promotions’ where he chalked the 1st position. When he got to Okuapeman Secondary School, his dad booked sessions for him with Hammer of The Last Two which landed him into being part of the Last 2 family as a 'foot soldier'.


His knack for making Ga (a local dialect he usually sings and raps in) proverbs sound more appealing and the distinct style with which he flows (mostly rhyming) has not only endeared him to the youth across Africa but won him the respect of native Ga speaking people . “Ricky, Naa Badu, Nakutso Bi” a popular line in most of his songs confirms the immeasurable support he receives from his parents Mr. Ricky Tetteh Quaynor and Christie –Lee Naa Badu Quaynor.


BET Hip Hop Awards Ghana Cypher 2010 was created exclusively for BET International. It Features D-Black, Sarkodie, Kwaku-T, Ayigbe Edem, BabyG, Tinny and Reggie Rockstone. Its beat was produced by Green Gafacci from Black Avenue Muzik, and Produced & Directed by Lilian N. Blankson for Princess Productions.


In 2009, Tinny was listed as one of Glo Ghana's Ambassadors.


Cadbury launched a campaign using Ghanaian traditional culture to raise additional funds for cocoa growing communities. The campaign was a promotion for Tinny's track Zingolo, as well as the Ghana-based dance troupe High Spirits. The Zingolo single is available on iTunes, with proceeds going to CARE, which funds education in Ghana's cocoa growing communities. The move follows the recent certification of Cadbury Dairy Milk across the UK and Ireland and builds on the work of the Cadbury Cocoa Partnership, a 10-year initiative launched in 2008.


In 2007, Tinny was picked by MTV to have his video for 'Incomplete' shot by world-renowned director Rachel Watanabe-Batton. This track was taken from his Aletse Ogboo album. In 2008, Tinny had the chance to record a single with Ja Rule when Ja Rule was in Ghana to perform during the 2008 Ghana Music Awards.

The advertisement was broadcast on television and cinema. Featuring a 1-minute edit of the song, it is a short music video showing Ghana and a "cocoa head". It is their fourth advertisement in the Glass and a Half Full Productions campaign, which begun in 2007 with the award-winning Gorilla advertisement.

On 2 January 2007 he organized and performed two songs at his grand New Year’s party for 300 HIV/AIDS orphaned children at Manya-krobo in the eastern region of Ghana to mark the beginning of his “Mytinny – Contribution Campaign” which he says would be his Annual Social Responsibility Project. In January 2012 Tinny, as a former student of Okuapeman, visited the school to celebrate his birthday with the blind students with the aim of putting smiles on their faces. Among the items donated included food and drinks, talking calculators, 51 packets of braille sheets among others. The birthday party was organized by Hear Our Say Ghana, an Accra-based Non-Governmental Organzsation with support from Akua Pokua and Arisa, volunteers from Belgium and Japan respectively. Richard Berko, Tinny's Manager told BEATWAVES that students always looked up to them as their source of encouragement. 'I think most of us are in a position to help them and that is exactly what Tinny has done'.Speaking to the children, Tinny encouraged them to learn extra hard to become influential people in society, despite the poor conditions they found themselves in now. According to Tinny, he was concerned about the children's wellbeing, hence his visit.


It was quite difficult for Tinny to come out since most hiplife artistes at the time sang and rapped in twi and Tinny on the other hand, was a native Ga speaker and was therefore fixed on rapping in his ga language. His dream of making it to the top of the hiplife ladder came true when Hammer of The Last Two secured a deal for him with Abraham Ohene Djan (CEO of OM Studios). Abraham was carried away by his impressive lyrical flow after listening to his album, he agreed to produce him. With a beat maker like Hammer at the helm of things, Nii Addo decided to use the name Tinny as his stage name because it was his real name and blasted onto the Ghanaian music scene in 2003 with ‘Makola Kwakwe’. He quickly became a sensation, gracing events and dominating radio and TV in his category. Tinny’s fame increased when he featured on the remix of ‘Oye Ohene’. His went on with his career and featured artistes like Dogo, Obrafour, K.K. Fosu, Etuoaboba, Bandana, FBS and Okra. He goes on to bless Obrafour’s Execution Diary with his voice on a track called I Believe I Can Fly (Heko Ejorko). Tinny won several awards following his debut like the New Artiste of the year at both Ghana Music Awards 2004 and Ghana Music Awards UK 2004 and a Youth Excellence award for being the ‘Youth Musician of the year 2003’. He was also awarded for being the Best Guest Entertainment Musical Artiste by Great Lamptey Mills.


Nii Addo Quaynor (born January 19, 1982), better known by his stage name Tinny, is a Ghanaian Rapper. He was born in Osu, Ghana to Mr. Ricky Tetteh Quaynor and Naa Badu Quaynor. He is the last-born of their six children. At the early age of eight, by singing and rapping at parties and funfairs, he got into the music industry. In 1994, he started performing at Fun-World, an entertainment program which was organized every Sunday at the National Theatre (Accra). He has released five studio albums since his debut.