This blog post is about does Akon speak Spanish? Many people have discussed this question and debated whether or not he does. This article will explore the topic from many different perspectives, so you can be more informed on the matter.

There are a lot of opinions out there about who should answer this question – should it be Akon himself, his fans, or someone else entirely?

In an interview, Akonon was asked if he speaks Spanish, to which he responded “I don’t speak Spanish.” But he sang a Spanish Verse On Ozuna’s “Coméntale”. He can not fluent in Spanish. Because of his song he can know some Spanish words.

As one of the most successful artists in history, with over 150 million records sold worldwide and appearing on more than 50 different Billboard Charts since 2006, Akon has truly made a name for himself.

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Sometimes, we saw Akon speaking Spanish in the videos. Akon has absolutely no need to lie about something like this, so we can safely say that he does not speak Spanish fluently.

He grew up as a child in Senegal and is fluent with Wolof (or maybe even more than one dialect), which shares roots with other African languages such as Fula, Mandinka, or Tigrinya.

He may be able to understand other Latin-based languages too – but it doesn’t mean he knows how to speak them!

Akon’s Property Development

Besides rapping, he is known as an entrepreneur. In 2007, he started his own record company called Kon Live Distribution and a production company called Akon Productions which has signed artists like Lady Gaga.

Akon is also well-known for being a philanthropist to African communities with solar energy projects in Dakar, Senegal; at schools around Africa.

In 2018, he announced his work with the government to develop a tourist city in the desert of Morocco.

Akon / Image / Instagram: @akon

Akon says, “It’s going to be a mixed-use city with residential properties and a Mediterranean climate.” On social media, he posted a photo with Senegal’s president and wrote a caption in French.

The caption says, With President Macky Sall and local elected officials from Mbour in Daka to visit our solar energy project.

He’s also invested in lots of restaurants including KOI – an Asian fusion eatery located on the famous Sunset Strip that opened up just last year. He continues to invest in other ventures too all across North America and beyond!

His project in Morocco’s desert is an example of Akon’s global vision. He says he has other projects around the world, which all combine his dream and passion for providing clean energy to African countries that need it most.

He also said, “I want people from Africa to be able to invest back into their own continent.” This shows what importance he places on giving back.

Before Fame

At the beginning of his career, he used to work as a DJ for hire. He was a struggling musician, but his talent for music was undeniable.

“I remember going to school and I would work on beats all day,” he says. “It didn’t matter if it took me six hours, 12 hours of just straight working.”

Akon’s break came when he met the Haitian-American rapper Eve who collaborated with him in 2000 on the song “What If”. The duo also worked together several times after that.

In 2002, Akon released an album called Trouble which went platinum by 2003 thanks to collaborations like Gwen Stefani’s R&B hit Hollaback Girl and a remix of Eminem’s Lose Yourself.

Moreover, he became more well known as a featured artist for Lil Wayne’s number one single Gone co-written with Drake.

He also appeared in music videos for a number of high-profile artists, including Mariah Carey’s “Bye Bye”, Jennifer Lopez’s “Waiting For Tonight” and 50 Cents In Da Club.

In 2004, Akon released his second album Konvicted which was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) within three weeks of release date thanks to singles like Locked Up and Lonely that became popular on MTV Europe as well as The Fader magazine’s website.

Everyone has to struggle for their fame. Akon’s third album, Stadium Arcadium with the Red Hot Chili Peppers was released in 2006.

His latest work has been as a voice actor for hit films like Madagascar and Astérix & Obélix: God Save Britannia!

He can also be found singing on other artists’ songs or starring in their music videos such as Pussycat Dolls’ “Stickwitu” and Lady Gaga’s “Just Dance”.

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