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Top 10 Richest Musicians in Nigeria 2022

Here’s a list of the Richest Musicians in Nigeria as at 2022.

Davido— $40 million

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Nigerian-American With a substantial net worth estimated at $40 million, David Adeleke will be the wealthiest musician in Nigeria in 2022.

In 2020, Forbes referred to the DMW CEO as an Afrobeats superstar. He has made a name for himself in the music business despite hailing from an affluent family because to important hits like “Fall,” “Assurance,” “If,” and “Dami Duro.”

Wizkid— $30 million


According to statistics, Wizkid is the second-richest singer in Nigeria, with a staggering estimated net worth of $30 million as of 2022.

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The afro-beat musician and father of two is the first Nigerian to sell out London’s 02 arena three days in a row.

He has broken many records since the release of his debut song, Holla at your boy.

Wizkid, a talented singer, has collaborated with world-renowned artists like Canadian rapper Drake on tracks like “One Dance,” which broke the record for Spotify’s most-played song in 2016 and entered the Guinness Book of Records.

Don Jazzy—$20 million

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Don Jazzy

The third-richest artist in Nigeria is Michael Collins Ajereh, better known as Don Jazzy.

The talented vocalist, label owner, and producer has mapped out his musical career and established a reputation.

Don Jazzy, the CEO of Mavin Records, is believed to be worth a staggering $20 million, which has an effect on his preferences and way of life.

Burnaboy— $20 million

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Burna Boy

Burna Boy, real name Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, will be the fourth wealthiest artist in Nigeria in 2022 with a net worth of $20 million.

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In both 2021 and 2020, he was among the highest-paid musicians on the list.

The Grammy Award-winning singer, rapper, songwriter, and dancer is one of the early international pioneers of the Afrobeat genre. Burna Boy, a native of River state, rose to prominence in 2012 after the release of “Like to Party” off his debut album L.I.F.E.

2baba— $18 million


The estimated net worth of Innocent Ujah Idibia, alias 2Baba. 2Face, as of 2022 is $18 million, making him the fifth-richest singer in Nigeria.

On our list of the ten richest musicians in Nigeria in 2021, he was also included.

Benue State native 2Face has made a name for himself in Nigeria as a great Afropop performer.

Psquare— $16 million


With an estimated combined net worth of $16 million, Peter and Paul Okoye are one of the wealthiest husband and wife teams in the nation.

The twin musicians became well-known after starting their Psquare band.

When their relationship fell apart and they made the decision to part ways, they had already attained a remarkable level in their musical careers. Thy recently got back together trying to resume making music together.

Olamide— $15 million


Olamide Adedeji, nicknamed Baddo Sneh, is projected to have a net worth of $15 million in 2022, making him the seventh-richest singer in Nigeria.

Olamide was born in Bariga, Lagos State, on March 15, 1989.

Rapper from the area is well known for singing mostly in Yoruba, which has made him popular in the streets.

Although Olamide now runs his own record label, YBNL Nation, and creates artists like Asake, Fireboy DML, Jayboi, and others, the Coded Tunes label was where he made his debut in the music business.

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Phyno— $12 million


The eighth-richest artist in Nigeria is Azubuike Nelson, alias Phyno, and is expected to have a net worth of $12 million by 2022.

The aspirational desire of the native of Anambra state to become a doctor was finally surpassed by his musical prowess.

Timaya— $11.4 million


On August 15, 1980, Inetim Timaya Odom, better known as Timaya or “plantain boy,” was born.

He ranks as the ninth-richest artist in Nigeria with a net worth of $11.4 million.

Tina’s first musical group was called Dem Mama Soldiers. In 2007, he issued “True Story.” Soon after True Story, he released more notable singles including “Gift and Grace,” which was released in 2008, and his third album, De Rebirth.



She rose to popularity with the “Eye Adaba” smash from French-Nigerian musician Asa Bukola Elemide, or Asa.

Thanks to the album “Asa,” she triumphed over ten other vocalists to win the French Constantin Award in 2008, as decided by a panel of 19 members of the music business in Paris.

If you enjoyed reading the list of the richest musicians in Nigeria, then check out the top 10 songs in Nigeria in 2022 and top-online Comedians in Nigeria 2022.

Last Updated 1 year by wpadmin

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