Highest Earning Nigerian Artists

Highest Earning Nigerian Artists

It has been an amazing year for Afrobeats with the likes of Burna boy breaking boundaries and spreading Afrobeat to all corners of the world, to Wizkid and Davido selling out international venues which have only been pulled off by A list stars like Taylor Swift, Jay Z & Beyonce.

Well….. not to ramble on and on about our amazing talents and their achievements, but have you ever wondered who the highest earning Nigerian Artists are?

Wonder no more!! Top50 got you covered as we’ve done all of the research for you.

Highest Earning Nigerian Artists

5. Kizz Daniel 

Starting with number 5, we have kizz daniel, the no bad song crooner charges a whooping sum of N7m per show. Seven whole million Naira!!!! I know right???? 😩 that’s some people’s annual salary.

4. Olamide

At our No 4 spot, we have Olamide Baddo, also known as the most influential artist of the last decade,

the rapper charges N10m per show. He has a large fan base and despite the fact that some of his hits are not in English, he has a way of making you flow with him lyrically on his musical journey.

3. Burna Boy 

No 3 is Burna boy, the African giant charges $60-80k per show, but you have to admit he is worth every penny, his live performance is second to none in the industry and he always gives his fans that special experience that leaves you wanting more.. am I, right ladies ?? 😉

2. Davido 

Holding the no 2 spot is OBO!!!! Davido (Dahveedoh) the DMW Ceo charges $80k per show. He is the most followed celebrity in Africa and has a large discography, with a lot of hit songs and international collaboration, his social media pages are sure to keep you constantly entertained.

1. Wizkid

 Finally, at our number 1 spot, we have Wizkid. the cost for our Star boy CEO depends on the location and capacity, but he charges an average of $80-100k per show. He isn’t the most followed artist in Africa, but he is definitely the most popular Afrobeat star in the world.

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