Qwanell Mosley is a $400 thousand net-worth American singer. Qwanell Mosley was born in September 1988 in Rochester, New York. He won the reality TV show Making the Band 4 and was the youngest member of the Bad Boy Records group Day 26.

Day26 was founded in 2007, and their first self-titled studio album was released in 2008. The album debuted at number one on both the Billboard 200 and the US R&B charts.

Their second album, Forever In A Day, was released in 2009 and peaked at number one on the US R&B chart and number two on the Billboard 200.

The tracks “Got Me Going” and “Imma Put It on Her” (with Diddy and Yung Joc) charted at #79 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #30 on the US R&B chart. In 2010, Qwanell Mosley released his solo mixtapes The Q Files and Guitar Her.

Real Name/Full NameQwanell Mosley
Nick Name/Celebrated Name:Qwanell 
Birth Place:Rochester, NY
Date Of Birth/Birthday:Sep 29, 1988
Age/How Old:34 years
Height/How Tall:5′ 11″
Weight:Not Known
Eye Color:Dark Brown
Hair Color:Black
Parents Name:Not Known
Siblings:Not Known
School:SOTA High School
College:Five Towns College
Religion:Not Known
Nationality:American
Social media Accounts: (With link)Instagram/Twitter
Zodiac Sign:Libra
Gender:Male
Sexual Orientation:straight
Marital Status:Single
Girlfriend:Not Known
Wife/Spouse Name:Not Known
Kids/Children Name:Not Known
Profession:Singer
Net Worth:Not Known

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Career And Awards

Day26 Net Worth

He was born in Rochester, New York on September 29, 1988. Qwanell Mosley is a Rochester, New York-based rapper. To give him his full name, he is Qwanell Anthony Mosley. His mother is of Eritrean and African-American descent, as are his forebears. No other information regarding his parents has been made public as of yet.

He grew up in a bad neighborhood. Qwanell’s father died when he was four years old, and he was completely reliant on his mother, sisters, and grandpa for the duration of his childhood.

His earliest desire was to be a singer, and his objectives never wavered throughout his formative years. Mosley attended SOTA High School in Rochester before going on to Five Towns College to study audio engineering. When Que was younger, he used to act in school plays.

He’s been in many plays, including The Wiz, Ragtime, and All Night Strut. Mosley was a member of a Rochester-based singing group that helped him significantly prepare for his music career before he started playing professionally.

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