Nigerian musicians are never shy of showing us just how much money they have from their lavish lifestyles on social media and music videos.
According to Forbes, these are the Top 6 wealthiest Nigerian artists of 2018 so far.
Adedeji David Adeleke is estimated to be worth N20 billion (5,518,150,592.00 Kenyan Shilling). His wealth stems from the success of his music, his record label and the fact that his father, Dr Adeleke is also a billionaire.
After his recent private jet purchase, we are forced to believe that Davido lied when told us that he’d put N30 billion in his lover’s account. (Cries in broke)
2. Don Jazzy
Ajereh Collins is the richest producer in Nigeria estimated to be worth N17 Billion (4,694,162,420.40 Kenyan Shilling).
He is the founder and CEO of Mavin Records and charges a minimum of N600,000 (165,676.32 Kenyan Shilling) to make beats for one song.
Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo is estimated to be worth N16 Billion (4,415,838.50 Kenyan Shilling). Famous for his catchphrase ‘Koko Master’ he won the hearts of his fans by releasing out of the box music.
Moreover, he charges N5 million (1,380,910.60 Kenyan Shilling) to perform at a single event or show.
4. 2 Face Idibia
Innocent Ujah Idibia is estimated to be worth N15 Billion (4,141,908.02 Kenyan Shilling). He has made it to the top due to his music and rumoured to be so humble therefore loved and respected by all his peers.
5. Paul and Peter Okoye (P Square)
P Square was at the top of the music game for the longest time ever accruing a net-worth of N8 Billion each (2,209,017,609.60 Kenyan Shilling).
They, however, haven’t been doing so well after their break up making us really think two heads are legit better than one.
What would you do with all that money?