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20 Richest Nigerian musicians in 2018 – Davido & Wizkid drop drastically as Mr. P tops list (With Pics)

3. Paul Okoye aka Rude Boy | Net Worth: $30 Million Dollars

Paul Okoye aka Rude Boy

RudeBoy was the second big part of P Square, a legendary music duo in Nigeria.

He’s known as Paul Okoye and is doing pretty fine without his second music half and twin brother, Peter Okoye. Although Peter has not signed any independent endorsement deal since the breakup with his brother, he earns from a number of sources and his income isn’t drastically reduced. From investments to owning businesses, and performing at shows, Paul Okoye is still super rich. He has released a number of songs since the breakup, and the songs still go viral because he’s Paul Okoye; a P Square.

2. Don Jazzy | Net Worth: $35 Million Dollars

Don Jazzy

Don Jazzy is a Nigeria producer, songwriter and musician. He’s the founder of Mavin Records and Mavin Energy Limited. Don Jazzy is a top 3 most successful musician in Nigeria as he has won several awards with his many hit songs, and has been able to build multiple income sources.

He was listed as one of the top 40 influential African celebrities by Forbes, and as one of the top 10 richest African musicians by several infotainment outlets.

Don Jazzy works with some of best musicians, disc jockeys, and sound engineers in Nigeria. He also signed some of the most talented musicians into his music label, all of whom earn him millions. He’s powerful, rich, and really friendly. It’s difficult to see celebrities respond to their followers comments every time – the Don does this.

Don Jazzy has also signed a few endorsement deals which are his N49 million naira deal and N100 million naira deal with Loya Milk and Samsung electronics respectively. Don Jazzy also enjoys the benefit of being booked to perform at shows, and he’s one of the highest paid artistes per show bookings.



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