Updated: 12/07/2016 05:05 PM | First Published: 12/07/2016 02:16 AM

Acclaimed Persian singer Arash is yet to disclose his net worth

A photo of Snoop Dogg and Arash

Arash stepped in the world of music in 2004 with his hit single Boro Boro. The song which peaked at no. 1 position in the Swedish chart was certified gold by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.

On 1st February of the year that followed, Arash released self-titled debut album under the label Warner Music Sweden. Three times platinum certified by Russia, the album sold over sixty thousand copies in that country. The album was gold certified by Germany, Greece, and Slovakia. In 2006, Arash also released a remix album entitled Crossfade (The Remix Album) under the same label.

Arash released various singles like Tike Tike Kardi, Temptation, Arash and Chori Chori before he hit the market with his new studio album Donya in 2008. The album’s title track featured a popular Jamaican singer and DJ Shaggy. The gold-certified album sold over ten thousand copies in Poland.

Arash’s third and the latest studio album Superman was released in November 2014. The album consists of some hit songs like One Day (ft. Helena), She Makes Me Go (ft. Sean Paul), Sex Love Rock n Roll (ft. T-Pain), etc.

The most recent release from Arash is his single OMG in 2016. The song includes Snoop Dogg as a featuring artist. Likewise, Arash has been a part of songs like Music Is My Language and Doga Doga as a featured artist.

Arash has been active in the music industry for more than a decade and in this time span he has earned himself a huge fame through his successful albums and singles. The singer is also believed to have been able to amass a huge net worth which is, however, not revealed at the moment.