Richest Nigerian musicians

Do you want to discover who are the richest Nigerian musicians? Keep reading to get to know more about this country’s music industry.

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Davido leads the list of the top richest Nigerian musicians

Davido: net worth $ 45 million

David is undoubtedly Nigeria’s richest musician. He grabbed the world music by storm, belting out catchy tunes. “Omo baba Olowo”, this song went viral in Africa. Thanks to this song he got his fame.

By his upbringing, Davido is a wealthy superstar with residences, cars, and a lot of investments.

Davido’s net worth is estimated at $45 million.

Wizkid: net worth of $38 million

Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun is Wizkid’s real name. Forbes magazine named him one of Africa’s richest celebrities.

Wizkid is the CEO and founder of Star Boy Record Label. He is a multi-award-winning artist who is well known not only in Nigeria but all over the world.

His net worth is around $38 million dollars.

Don Jazzy: net worth of $35 million

Don Jazzy is Nigeria’s richest record producer and the CEO of Mavin Records. In 2004, he co-founded Mo’ Hits Records, which produced superstars like D’Banj, Wande Coal, and others.

Michael Collins Ajereh is the real name of Don Jazzy. He is said to charge about 500,000 nairas or more for a song describing how he makes money.

Don Jazzy owns three properties in Lagos: one in Lekki, one in Banana Island, Lagos, and one in Los Angeles. California. We believe his net worth is $35 million.

Burna Boy: net worth $17 million

His net worth is around $17 million. His income comes from music sales, endorsement deals, and other investments.

D’banj: net worth $ 13.5 million

D’banj’s Nigerian hit songs are always fantastic; a singer with such a polarized audience will certainly survive in the industry. Daniel Oyebanjo Oladapo is his real name.

He is another of Nigeria’s richest musicians. He also has amassed fortunes through his music career and other investments. We recently valued him at $27.5 million, making him one of Nigeria’s richest musicians in 2022.

2Face Idibia: Net worth $13 million

2face, whose real name is Innocent Ujah Idibia, is one of the best male vocalists in the country right now. He was a member of the disbanded Plantashun Boiz and was Nigeria’s richest musician.

The music legend has produced blockbusters that have sold worldwide and topped the charts. He also has multi-million dollar endorsement deals with key organizations in the country. We estimate his net worth to be in excess of $22 million.

Olamida: net worth of $10.5 million.

Olamide Adedeji, better known by his stage name Badoo or Olamide, is a singer, founder, and CEO of YBNL Nation. YBNL is a leading music record company.

Olamide charges between 2 million and 4 million nairas per show. In addition to the two gas stations and several properties, he owns across the country.

Olamide’s net worth is estimated at $10.5 million at the moment.

Mr. Flavor: net worth of $ 10.2 million

Flavor N’abania is the stage name of Chinedu Okoli, a Nigerian singer, multi-instrumentalist, and performer. In Enugu state, he started his musical career as a drummer in a small church.

Phyno: net worth of $ 10 million

Azubuike Nelson Chibuzor is his real name. He is the second-best rapper in the country, rapping and singing fluently in both Igbo and English.

Phyno has built a reputation in the music industry as a top musician. Star as well as winning a host of awards.

P-Square: Net worth of $ 10 million

P-Square is still one of the richest musicians in Nigeria according to the records.

However, they say P-Square demands a staggering 8 million naira on each event. They have additional investments that are not public. Besides dancing and singing during the shows.

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