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King Raam was born on 1981 in Bandar Bushehr, Iran. At 39 years old, King Raam height not available right now. We will update King Raam's height soon as possible.

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He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is King Raam worth at the age of 39 years old? King Raam’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Iran. We have estimated King Raam's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020 $1 Million - $5 Million
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One of the sons, Ramin Seyed-Emami, quickly reached out to friends in Canada, phoning and texting to stay in contact amid the unfolding uncertainty. He also connected with human-rights groups and journalists in New York to tell them about their mother’s sudden situation. One of them tweeted a photo that Ramin sent of himself and his brother, Mehran, in their plane seats just before takeoff.


After the tragedy of his father, he had to leave the country again. In February 2018, Iran's judiciary said that Kavous Seyed-Emami (Ramin's father) killed himself while in detention in Evin Prison, Tehran, because of the evidence against him in a spying case. This claim, including the alleged suicide, has been rejected by his family.


Raam moved back to Iran in 2014, right after he released his second album. He started working with Sajjad Afsharian in theaters in Tehran. In September 2014 he played some of his songs in his own country for the first time.


Following the success of Hypernova, Raam created King Raam as a solo project. Collaborating with (poet and artist) Tara Aghdashloo, Esfand, and others, Raam released his first solo album, titled Song of the Wolves in November 2011. His second album, named as The Vulture, released in 2014 containing 14 songs in both Persian and English.


Hypernova was created in 2000. Bandmates Raam (vocals) and Kami (drums) played extensively in the Tehran underground scene as well as a few small-time international gigs. The line-up changed extensively during this period, and Raam even took a brief sabbatical from the band to study International Relations in Toronto. Hypernova got a break in 2006, playing at the Intergalactic Iranian Music Festival in the Netherlands. In 2007, Hypernova was invited to perform at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, TX. Pooya rejoined the band and Kodi Najm (guitar) and Jam (bass) were added to the line-up. Unfortunately, an international incident involving a group of British soldiers held off the coast of Iran caused a delay in Hypernova's visas. However, their agent was determined to get them to the US and finally enlisted the help of New York Senator Chuck Schumer, who expedited their entry to the United States. Expecting to stay just two weeks, Hypernova brought only their instruments, some clothes and $400. They got a gig at the FatBaby bar on the lower east side of New York, where they garnered attention from MTV and the New York Times. Hypernova continues to tour and has released four albums and their song "Viva La Resistance" is featured on Rock Band 3.


Raam appeared on the reality TV "Shahs of Sunset", Season 1, Episode 6.


King Raam (born in Bushehr, Iran in 1981) is an Iranian-born musician and a resident of Vancouver, Canada. Currently, he resides in New York City as part of his enrollment in the musician-in-Residency Program at the New York City Artist Safe Heaven Residency. He is the lead singer for the Iranian punk rock band Hypernova and he also does solo work under the pseudonym King Raam.

King Raam was born in 1981 in the coastal city of Bushehr, Iran. His father was a professor and eventually relocated the family to Eugene, Oregon to complete his Ph.D. By 1991 the family moved back to Iran.