Pa Salieu Gaye (born 1 July 1997) is a British rapper and singer. In January 2020. Pa Salieu was born in Slough, where he spent the early stages of his life. His parents moved to the UK from The Gambia. He was named after his father’s eldest brother, Pa Salieu, a police officer back home who died in his early twenties. His aunt is a Gambian folk singer. He released his debut single “Frontline”, which was the most-played track of 2020 on BBC News 1Xtra. He has since featured on songs with South London’s SL for “Hit the Block”, Meekz M1llionz and Teeway for “Year of the Real” and joined BackRoad Gee and Ambush for the remix to “Party Popper”.His style is renowned for blending elements of Afro beats grime and UK drill. In June 2020, he released “Betty” and “Bang Out”. He released his debut mixtapes titled Semd Them to Coventry on 13 November 2020.

Pa started pursuing a music career after his close friend was killed. He recorded his first freestyle at a friend’s small home studio setup, where he would regularly visit to write and record music. In October 2019, he was the victim of a shooting in Coventry where he was shot in the head but he survived and made a full recovery.

Pa salieu has an estimated net worth of about $130.57

Bio Summary

Birth name
Pa Salieu Gaye
1 July 1997 (age 25)
Slough, Berkshire, England
Coventry, West Midlands, England
British hip hop
UK drill
Years active
Warner Records

On the 1st of September 2018, Fidel Glasgow, a friend of Salieu was stabbed near a nightclub; Salieu and a group of men chased another man from the scene who was attacked by the Salieu and the group. Salieu admitted to hitting the victim with a tree branch multiple times, and smashing a bottle to defend himself. On the 2nd December 2022, Salieu was convicted of possessing a bottle as an offensive weapon & violent disorder leading to a sentence of 33 months in prison.