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The Nigerian music firm has established enormous numbers of artists who have thrived the image of the firm.
Despite offering them the opportunity to prove their qualities, they have been engulfed with wealth and prominence goals.
This didn’t only reshape the lives of the male artists but made a tremendous number of female Nigerian music artists super-rich.
They have been able to acquire their own house and inhabit a lot of cars from the shows and endorsement deals they have secured so far.
In this article, we would outline these stars who have been made extremely rich in the shadow of the Nigerian music firm.
Top 5 Current Richest Female Music Artist In Nigeria
The Nigerian singer and songwriter, Tiwa Savage is no doubt recognised as the current richest musician in Nigeria with a net worth that has best staked her as the boss.
She was born on 5th February 1980 in Lagos Island where she grew up and acquired her primary education. At the age of 11, she relocated to London where she acquired her secondary school education. She began her music career doing backup vocals for artists such as George Michael and Mary J. Blige.
All her bold takes were termed a buoyancy which reshaped and transformed her into an Afrobeat beast who has dropped top-notch bangers so far.
Her breakthrough spanked after she moved back to Nigeria and signed to Mavin Record Label_ a music label in Nigeria owned by the Nigerian music producer, Don Jazzy in 2012.
She singly handley deployed enough hit songs under the record label which even further infused her musical qualities and soared her to the top.
Ranging from the iconic live shows, endorsement deals and music sales she has made so far, she is seated at the top as the richest female musician in Nigeria.
According to Forbes, her net worth is estimated at $5 million making her the richest currently.
Yemi Eberechi Alade who is known famously by her stage name Yemi Alade is another Nigerian prosperous female music artist who has achieved a greater peak in the Nigerian financial curriculum.
She is recognised in Nigeria currently as the second richest female Afrobeat maestro with a net worth of $4 million.
Yemi Alade began her career in 2009 after she won the Peak Talent Show the same year via her musical qualities. She was immediately signed to Effyzzie Music Group where she deployed her breakthrough debut single titled “Johnny” which was produced by Selebobo.
The qualities of the song issued her fame, nominations and she soared to the top. She became one of the best female musicians in Nigeria_ went further and deployed enough hit songs to the curriculum of her peak.
Enormous shows and endorsement deals have reshaped her network which has been estimated by Forbes at $4 million.
She is so far the second richest Female Afrobeat music artist in Nigeria via her qualities.
The Nigerian songwriter and singer, Simi who is known poorly as Simisola Kosoko in no doubt is recognised as the third richest female musician in Nigeria just a little bit higher than her rival in the financial institution, Teni.
She is a Nigerian singer who is living her dream of buoyancy following how she suffered recklessly to emerge at the top.
Simi began her career in 2008 as a gospel artist releasing her debut album Ogaju which didn’t likely issue her fame despite her qualities. She then switched to the Afrobeat genre.
She released “Tiff” featuring the Nigerian billionaire son and rapper, Falz in 2014 which gained her prominence and she was nominated for Best Alternative Song at The Headies Annual Music Award in 2015.
Simi gained her ground and signed with X3M Music in 2014, but left the label in May 2019 following the expiration of her contract. She further released her second studio album “Simisola” in 2017 which soared her to the top financially and in aristocracy.
Currently, her net worth is estimated at $2.2 million making her the third richest female Afrobeat singer in Nigeria.
Despite, having a husband, Adekunle Gold who is also a Nigerian singer and songwriter, she has acquired her private multi-million mansion and an enormous number of cars.
Teniola Apata who is known better by her stage name Teni despite hitting the limelight in 2018 has emerged as the fourth richest female Afrobeat Maestro in Nigeria.
She was born on 23 December 1992 to a family that lived in Lagos where she grew up and acquired her secondary and primary school education before moving out from Nigeria to pursue her goals.
She attended American InterContinental University where she obtained a degree in business administration. All this reshaped her poorly until she returned to Nigeria to pursue her music career.
Being a sister to the Nigerian female Afrobeat beast Niniola, she was inspired to sing. Her debut single “Amen” was released in 2016 after she signed to to Shizzi’s Magic Fingers Records. It however didn’t issue her fame, she left the record label and signed to Dolor Entertainment in 2017 where her breakthrough spanked.
She released her Iconic hits and hits_ Case, Askamaya, Uyo Meya under the record label.
“Askamaya” further ranked 15th on MTV Base’s year-end list of the Top 20 Hottest Naija Tracks of 2018. “Uyo Meya” won her the best vocal in the 2019 Headies Annual Music Award.
She further released her debut album Wandaland in 2021 which has best described the beauty in the Nigerian music maestro Teni.
Her net worth according to Forbes is estimated at $2.1 million which has acquired her a house and luxuries so far.
It looks familiar and common but the Nigerian singer and DJ, Cuppy who is known for her multi-billion status impended on her by her father Femi Otedola is in no doubt an independent hustler despite the image of her multi-billionaire business father.
She is recognised currently as the fifth richest female Afrobeat musician in Nigeria via her financial status.
She was born on 11th November 1992 in Lagos where she grew up and moved to London when she was 13 years old.
Cuppy gained recognition after Pepsi endorsed her as their ambassador via her qualities. Since then, she has featured stars like Fireboy DML, Teni, Rema and Zlatan Ibile which further reshaped her aristocratic image.
Her net worth is estimated at a whopping amount of $1.5 million making her the top 5 richest Afrobeat Musician in Nigeria.