Davido’s Net Worth in 2020

Davido's net worth

Davido's net worth

Davido’s Net Worth

Davido has an estimated net worth of $50 million dollars. He has worked with several big-time artistes in the Nigerian music sphere including the now defunct music duo PSquare, Dbanj, Olamide, Falz, Wizkid and a lot more artistes.

Davido earns from endorsement deals as he signed several multimillion naira endorsement deals with major brands like Guiness Nigeria, MTN Nigeria, and Pepsi.

He also earns a lot from private business deals and his music sales. Show earnings aren’t also left out of this.

Davido is paid well over N5 million naira per show, and he’s a regular face performing at different shows in and out of the country.

Davido was born David Adedeji Adeleke on the 21st of November in 1992 to Veronica Adeleke and a Nigerian business magnate and billionaire Dr. Deji Adeleke.

He was born in Atlanta, Georgia and his mother, Veronica Adewale was a lecturer before she passed on.

Davido obtained elementary education at topnotch school in Lagos State, Nigeria, known popularly for its class, British International School.

He studied Business Administration at the Oakland University where his love for music was stirred up.

While studying at the Oakland University, Davido bought musical production equipments and started producing sound beats.

Due to this move, he started performing poorly in school at the Oakland University, and dropped out of the school system.

Soon after he dropped out, he began schooling at a new school in London.

Schooling in London, he concentrated on vocals, leaving the focus on beats production on the lower side.

In 2011, Davido returned to Nigeria and abandoned music for a while because his Dad demanded that he schooled at the Babcock University first before anything else could come into play.

Being a billionaire’s son, a special inaugural class was provided for Davido after his Dad settled the school handsomely; that’s where Davido earned a music degree, at Babcock University.

Same year he landed in Nigeria, he started working on his album titled “Omo Baba Olowo”.

In May 2011, the star dropped a lead single for the album titled “Back Then”. Though the single didn’t hit the spotlight like the average platinum song, but it did receive massive airplay and was his first music recording.

The video for “Back Then” was directed by popular music director and producer Clarence Peters in May, 2011.

A fact was let out to Factory 78 TV by Davido when he unveiled that he single, Back Then, was recorded in London.

On the 30th of October, 2011, Davido released his very hit song titled “Dami Duro” assisted by talented Nigerian producer, Shizzi.

During the Occupy Nigeria protest in 2012, a video for Dami Duro was released and shot by Clarence Peters on January 8, 2012, in Lagos State, Nigeria.

In a chat with NotJustOk, one of the biggest Nigerian music sharing and download platforms online, Davido revealed that his song, Dami Duro, was recorded in 2011, in August, but unfortunately the song was leaked in October that year after he happily sent it to some close friends.

May 6th 2012 saw the release of a single off the HKN album titled “Overseas”.

Though it was officially released in May, the unfinished version of the single was leaked before the song was completed.

On September 8, 2012, a video for the song titled “All of You” was produced by Gospelondabeat; a supposed gospel music producer who got a prime chance meeting Davido at a mall and that’s how he got to produce the song for him, after meeting at a mall.

With aims to promote the album, Davido released videos for other singles like “Gbon Gbon”, “Feel Alright” and “Ekuro”.

Release of the Biggest Promotional Music Singles and African Campaign

Davido started work on his second studio music album in 2013, and dropped an hit single, Gobe, produced by Shizzi as the lead single for the forthcoming second album on the 25th of February in 2013.

The music video was directed and shot by Godfather Productions in South Africa.

“Gobe” was critically acclaimed and aired severally on TV stations and Radio FMs.

It also debuted the second spot on the list of Top 10 Songs of 2013 compiled by Premium Times.

He also released “One of a Kind”, an Africa praising single which he announced on his Twitter page would be released shortly from the album under work.

The single was also released by Shizzi, and music video for the song was shot in Africa by Godfather Productions.

Davido got even more creative and landed another single from the album titled “Skelewu” on the 13th of August, 2013.

Skelewu was a most played song in several states including Edo and Lagos States.

In the Top 10 Songs of the Year 2013 by Premium Times, Davido’s third single off the second album, Skelewu, debuted #5. The single also topped the Afribiz’s Top 100.

In the same year, Davido hosted an online dance competition on YouTube where he asked fans to dance to Skelewu and the winner of the dance competition would become $3,000 dollar richer.

The winner of the dance contest was announced as Bello Moshood Abiola.

Days after then competition saw its end, a music video directed by Sesan Ogunro went viral online.

The video was later disproved by Davido when he took to his Twitter account words which related to the video being an aftermath of betrayal, but an official video would be shot by a music producer based in the United Kingdom, More Musa.

Sesan Ogunro reacted by stating that it’s not very mature for Davido and his management to denigrate him and his company with such disapproving statements.

Eventually, the official video of the single was released and shot on the 21st of October, 2013, by Moe Musa in London, and was published on the biggest video shading platform, YouTube.

Davido released a fourth single off the second album which was underway in 2014, February 2nd.

The single was titled “Aye” and produced by T Spice.

A video for the single was released on the 7th of February, 2014, and directed by Clarence Peters.

Davido and his team at HKN Music released the fifth single off the album titled “Tchelete (Goodlife)”.

The song featured vocals from South African duo musicians Mafikizolo.

MTN Nigeria’s Play and Callertunez had a big role in the distribution of the song which was produced by HKN in-house producer Shizzi, and Oskido.

The South African music duo, Mafikizolo and Nigerian legendary music act, Davido met at MTN’s Elite Night Event in 2013, they had conversations and went ahead to do something good together which led to this song, “Tchelete”.

The music video of Tchelete was arranged and shot in South Africa, and landed on YouTube on the very first day of the month of May, 2014.

As the spirit of teamwork stepped in, Davido collaborated with several African music acts like Tiwa Savage, Lola Rae, Diamond Platnumz, Sarkodie and Mi Casa to release a song for the Africa Rising Campaign by DSTV.

The campaign was targeted towards encouraging Africans to be part of social investment projects in African communities.

The video was produced by Callback Dreams and the artistes whose vocals where featured in the song performed the song live at the launch of the campaign in Mauritius.

Davido announced it to The New Age newspaper that he has plans to do music who international music acts and rappers Meek Mill and Rick Ross.

July 2015 saw Davido dropping “Fans Mi”, a single in where he collaborated with American rap star, Meek Mill.

Davido is living a lavish lifestyle and making millions each month.

He’s had a tough time in the music industry and also a tough time in his private life. He has two daughters named Imade Aurora Oluwadamilola Adeleke and Hailey Veronika Adeleke.

He has two Babymamas neither of whom he has proposed to. Davido’s second daughter was given birth to in the United States by his second not-so-popular babymama, Amanda.

The first and, maybe favourite, is Imade Aurora, who was given birth to by Sophie Momodu, the dauther of Nigerian politician and CEO at Ovation Newspaper, Dele Momodu.

Running the DMW records and also going to shows frequently isn’t an easy activity for Davido, he’s a busy person but also finds time to spend with friends partying and show his daughters some love.

Reekado Banks’ Net Worth in 2020

Reekado Banks net worth

Reekado Banks net worth

Reekado Banks’ Net Worth

Reekado Banks has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars. He has lots of hit singles released already.

Reekado Banks earns from performing at shows and is paid over N1 million naira per show. Aside that, he earns from music sales and has brought in over N100 million naira in revenue to his label from music sales.

Reekado has a large following on social media, companies pay a handsome amount to celebrities for them to advertise their content.

Shortly after his breakthrough happened, Reekado Banks Bought his parents a new house, and got himself a costly SUV.

He also bagged a multimillion naira endorsement deal with Globacom in 2015.

The deal was signed with him, and multimillion naira endorsement deal with Globacom was also signed by his label mates Korede Bello and Dija.

The endorsement deal pushed up his net worth and made his account even fatter. Reekado Banks earns from other sources aside music, but it’s strictly personal to him.

Reekado Banks is a bunch of talents. His songs are pretty unique and relatable.

He was born on the 6th of December, 1993. His original name is Ayoleyi Hanniel Solomon. Reekado Banks at the moment of this writing is signed to a leading record label owned by Don Jazzy, Mavin Records.

Initially, Reekado Banks was known as Spicy, but after he got signed to the Mavin Records music label, he became known as Reekado Banks.

He was born into a family of music lovers. His father is known to be a pastor in Ondo State, Nigeria, and his mother, a worker who serves as a caterer.

He is the last born child in his family, and his siblings and parents are music fancies. His elder sister happens to be a music artiste, but she’s into gospel music.

Reekado’s elder brother is a good music producer. Fortunately for the singer, his family is very God-fearing, and also very strong in the faith of Christianity.

Reekado Banks grew up with his family, and lived with them peacefully till he got to limelight.

At the age of 14, he rounded off secondary schooling and began recording his first songs in year 2008.

His elder brother was very supportive of him and helped produce his first songs. His brother also taught him a lot about music, and songwriting.

In 2014, he graduated successfully with a degree in History and Strategic Study from the prestigious University of Lagos.

He revealed in an interview that his music influences as far as Nigerian music is concerned are Jude Abaga, Don Jazzy, Olamide, 2baba, and DJ Jimmy Jatt.

He has released a lot of hit singles that earned him awards and nominations.

His awards include the Rookie of the Year awards at the 2014 edition of The Headies Awards, and the Next Rated award at the 2015 season of The Headies Awards.

On the 1st of September, 2016, Reekado Banks released his debut music album titled Spotlight.

The album was so cool that it debuted #10 on the Billboard World Album Music Chart.

He also featured in several songs by musicians signed under Mavin Records, and those signed to other music labels in 2016.

The album gave him a lot of attention. Thanks to his elder brother who submitted a couple of Reekado Banks songs to a talent search platform on the internet.

This led to his entry and submission being selected from over 5,000 other submissions, and BOOM! That’s how he got signed into Mavin Records.

Without his concent, Reekado Banks’ elder brother did a lot to get him into the reputable record label simply because he deserved it.

In a interview with The National Mirror, Reekado Banks mentioned how significant his brother was in getting him signed by Don Jazzy into Mavin Records.

On the 21st of February 2014, Reekado Banks got signed to Mavin Records.

On this same date, he featured Nigerian female music idol Tiwa Savage and landed his very first hit single titled Turn it Up.

After the signature to the label, he started working with the label mates in there, and was featured in Dorobucci which was the official debut single featuring every Mavin Records act including D’Prince, Tiwa Savage, Dr Sid, Di’ja, and Korede Bello.

It was released on the 1st of May, 2014, and was the new slang on the lips of several millions of Nigerians for long.

Reekado Banks has not only released hit singles, he has also worked side by side label mates to released collaborative singles which includes Adaobi, and Looku Looku. On the 13th of February, 2015, Reekado Banks released a hit single titled Katapot.

The song hitherto is still being aired, and is still the favourite of many Nigerian and non-Nigerian fans of Reekado Banks. The single was produced by the expensive music producer and CEO Don Jazzy.

While many concluded on the single to be a diss music meant for Wande Coal and D’banj, Reekado Banks clearly castigated this claim by many.

Also, in an interview with Vanguard, he made it clear that the song was simply for his fans and nothing else.

Reekado Banks is living big in Lagos State, still with the Mavin Records family. He’s unmarried, and seriously working on his musical career.

He also gets booked to perform at shows across the country, and this has been a normal activity since he got to limelight.

Reekado Banks has dated a couple girls, but his current girlfriend isn’t known. But trust, I’ll give you the hint once he reveals his true love.

Olamide’s Net Worth in 2020

Olamide net worth

Olamide net worth

Olamide’s Net Worth

Olamide has an estimated net worth of $12 million dollars. He’s a top 10 biggest artistes in Nigeria at this moment, and one of the biggest earners in the Nigerian music industry.

Being an indigenous rapper, Olamide has a huge fan base especially in the southern and western parts of Nigeria.

He earns from music sales, endorsement deals and show bookings. Olamide has signed multiple endorsement deals with companies. These deals are all worth several millions of naira as Olamide isn’t a cheap lowlife artiste in the country.

Brands in Nigeria, and a few other brands with international stand have spent millions of naira to put Olamide on their payroll as an ambassador simply because he’s got the capacity to reach and influence the thinking patterns of millions of Nigerians, and fans in neighboring countries.

His first endorsement deal was a N40 million naira deal with Ciroc in 2013. He also banked N20 million naira from an endorsement deal with SureBet and several millions of naira from signing endorsement deals with Play Nigeria, 9mobile (formerly Etisalat), Guiness, and Globacom.

Olamide lives in a mansion worth several millions of naira in Lagos state, and has acquired costly SUVs for himself.

He’s the boss at YBNL Nation which has talented artistes signed to it. Baddo Sneh spends a lot of money on gadgets and he also has properties valued at millions of naira in Nigeria.

Regularly being booked to perform at shows is Olamide, and he earns over N2 million naira per show booking and performance.

His songs go viral with speed, and with a follower base of over 3 million on Instagram alone, it’s very easy to get thousands of people buying and downloading his new releases on iTunes.

Olamide earns from music sales online and offline, music video releases, and as a public figure, he gets business deals from companies, brands, and private individuals.

Olamide was born Olamide Adedeji. He’s a rapper who raps mostly in the Yoruba language, but his rap also has a mix of English language.

Olamide was born on the 15th of March, 1989, in Lagos state, and due to his influence in Nigeria, he’s now fondly called Baddo Sneh. The rapper, Olamide is a graduate from the Tai Solarin University of Education.

He decided to pursue a career in music in year 2000. During this time, Olamide worked on his rap skills and music ear.

He was firstly signed to Coded Tunes record label during the start of his career. In 2010, Olamide released his debut music single titled “Eni Duro”.

This single was released under the Coded Tunes music imprint and was a big hit for Olamide. “Eni Duro” got aired on several radio and TV stations.

The song was unique and it had Olamide at his best. The music video of the song was also a hit. Olamide rocked over 20 outfits in this music video.

Instantly, Olamide got to limelight with his officially first single, and got privileged as a new and reigning star rapper to hold mic at the Hip Hop World Awards 2010.

After his rise to limelight in 2010, Olamide took quick steps to produce his debut album titled “Rapsodi” in 2011.

The lead single of the album was the award winning single, Eni Duro. Olamide was still under the Coded Tunes record label managed by Toni Payne, but he left the label to found his own music label, YBNL Nation, in 2012.

His second album went live in November 2012, and was titled “YBNL”. On the 7th of November, Olamide released his third music album titled “Baddest Guy Ever Liveth”.

He’s a boss on his own lane now, and probably not in the business of getting signed by any local record label. However is was reported in May 2013 that the talented rapper signed a music record deal with D’banj’s DB Records.

Olamide falsified the report through his Twitter handle and let it known in an interview with Toolz Oniru on The Juice by NdaniTV that it’s already late for any music label to sign him. Olamide is now busy performing at shows and overseeing his music label YBNL Nation.

He’s married to his babymama Aisha Bukunmi and he has a son with her. He has quite a number of expensive rides and he’s living comfortably, taking and capturing selfies here and there. His son looks just like him.

Olamide has a lot of people looking up to him. He has coached a few artistes to achieve great heights in the music industry.

Some of these artistes include Lil Kesh, Viktoh, Lyta, Temmie Ovwasa, Limerick, and Adekunle Gold. He’s also mentoring and coaching a few other artistes.

His label signees regard him as a brother, due to his humble and hospitable nature. Olamide is extremely popular in Nigeria, especially in Lagos State. People could rip your clothes off you if you dare to badmouth Olamide in some areas of Lagos.

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Akpororo’s Net Worth in 2020

Akpororo Net Worth

Akpororo Net Worth
Akpororo’s Net Worth

Akpororo has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars. In quite a short span of time, he has acquired a lot from his career as both a vocalist and a comedian.

In past times acquired a Range Rover SUV which is worth N5 million naira. His rise to honour and stardom wasn’t a day’s job, a week’s job, a month’s job nor even a year’s job; it took time, but when his time was set, he simply soared.

It has been argued that Akpororo is one of the fastest risen comedians in the Industry alongside Bovi and Kenny Blaq. He’s funny in personality, drops raw lines of jokes and he’s hilarious.

All these fascinating attributes have translated into realtime cash. Akpororo also makes a hell of a money from his annual comedy concert titled “Akpororo VS Akpororo”.

The show is turning out to be the next big thing in the entertainment industry with a large chunk of people in attendance.

Akpororo signed a 2-year endorsement deal with one of the telecommunications giant in the country, Airtel, in June 2015.

The ace comedian is currently dubbed the human right ambassador for the people of Okokomaiko by the Constitution of Awareness and Liberty Initiative.

Hilarious Nigerian Comedian, Jephthah Bowoto, officially known as Akpororo was born in Warri, Delta State, where he grew up and had his early education. Akpororo is a native of Ilaje in Ondo State, Nigeria.

He started out as a local gospel vocalist. Situations forced him to engage in comedy competitions, which he really does not like doing.

So, he contested for the National Comedy Challenge by Opa Williams and gracefully won the Calabar Zone of the challenge. Akpororo didn’t make it to the top and wasn’t picked as the overall best.

In 2009, Akpororo took a bold step and contested for the “AY Open Mic” award, unfortunately he lost to Whalemouth, a comedian who took him down so easily and got a 50k cash gift after his final Jaw-dropping performance at the competition.

Akpororo lost to Whalemouth so much that the audience echoed “WAKA” even before he finished performing his final “Joke”. You would pity him every time you watched the video. This didn’t discourage the multi-talented comedian anyway.

He went for a second try and grabbed the first position, blossoming as the winner. Akpororo became popular after his crazy performance at Basketmouth’s “Laff and Jam” show and since then, it has been a story of “grass to grace”.

He also performed at the AY Live, sharing the stage with top level comedians after his performance at Basketmouth’s “Laff and Jam” show in Ikoyi, Lagos. In 2014, the veteran comedian with “too much swag and too much anointing” ventured into acting.

He was featured in “Head Gone” (a film produced by Sound Sultan, starring Baba Dee, Ali Baba, Eniola Badmos, Zack Orji, 2face Idibia, and Basorge Tariah, Jnr.) and “The Antique” which landed him three nominations at the 2015 Golden Icons Academy Movie Awards.

Akpororo turns upsidedown any stage he mounts and cracks the ribs of his audience out. He calls himself the “comedian with too much swag and too much anointing”.

His jokes are mostly church-related and also he talks about his community a lot, Okokomaiko, which landed him human right ambassador for the people of Okokomaiko by the Constitution of Awareness and Liberty Initiative.

Jephthah Bowoto performs in mega churches like HICC, HGCC in Lagos, COZA in Abuja, The Rock Cathedral and many others, putting smiles on peoples face and at the same time praising God.

His jokes are creative and based on reality. One of his popular jokes which rotates around the church is the “Circular worship” joke, when a girl who rocked herself and reviled with friends in a club the previous night which unfortunately was on Saturday night was asked to take the worship and praise section.

The girl anchored the worship section making a buzzing sound and humming for over 40 minutes before a gospel song dropped in her mind. After the gospel song, a circular song followed.

Another funny joke you’ll remember from Akpororo is the “neighbor in tongues” joke where he said he had a neighbor who spoke tongues every time he was approached for 2 years.

But on a faithful day, he did a fast and had no money to “break” the fast and Akpororo was frying Turkey.

The smell hit the man’s nose from Akpororo’s room and he started tracing the smell of the Turkey.

When he got to Akpororo’s room, he asked, speaking English for the first time in 2 years, “Akpororo, na you dey fry turkey?”, Akpororo answered, “Yes”.

The neighbor asked, “Abeg you fit give me small make I chop?”, Funnily, Akpororo answered him in tongues, since he has been blasting them with tongues for the past two years.

The neighbor then gripped Akpororo by the neck and whispered in his ear “Abeg, gimme small, na die I dey, na die”.

In an interview, the comedian stated that he cracks jokes about lunatics. According to him, he does that because he once served as an attendant to mentally deranged individuals who resorted to his church for deliverance and spiritual solutions.

Being a vocalist, Akpororo does strictly gospel songs and is pretty good at it. He admits he got to limelight with his comic talent as a comedian and not with music.

The graceful comedian is married to Josephine Abraham and is a student of Lagos State University. He is a very social type, who has grown with speed over the few years he gained fame.

With no doubt, the Funny comedian has surpassed a lot of his colleagues who ventured into the game before him.

Akpororo directs a mass choir of about 80 – 90 people  named “Ojo mass choir” in Okokomaiko. He also directs a dance group and organizes an annual programme titled “Ojo Mega Praise Jam” also in Okokomaiko community in Lagos State, Nigeria.

He is currently studying sociology. Him and his wife, Josephine recently welcomed their first baby. He’s a “church boy” and has a mass choir in Okokomaiko, Lagos.

He Doesn’t joke with the word of God, which explains why most of his jokes are about the church and men of God.

Akpororo obviously joins one of those celebrities who’ve had a taste of poverty before dazzling into limelight. After a lot of attempts to hit the fame spot, he made it there, but not without a diehard passion to succeed.

In one of his performances, he stated that he never wants to go back to where he was coming from, a place where you want to have a nice bath but the soap isn’t just available.

Tiwa Savage’s Net Worth in 2020

Tiwa Savage Net Worth

Tiwa Savage Net Worth

Tiwa Savage’s Net Worth

Tiwa Savage has an estimated net worth of $6 million dollars. She earns from endorsement deals, show bookings, music sales, business deals and from her record label, 323 Entertainment.

She’s also a talented actor who’s starred in a few movies. In the past, Tiwa Savage signed a N30 million naira endorsement deal with MTN, a deal with Pepsi worth about N30 million naira, a N20 million naira endorsement deal with Konga online shopping platform, and other multimillion naira endorsement deals with Pampers, Maggi, and Forte Oil.

She is paid millions of naira when booked to perform at events, and also earns from her music sales.

Tiwa Savage also pockets a few million naira from her songwriting deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing, and from her 323 Entertainment record label.

She’s also paid to feature a songs, movies, and to work with other artistes on and off stage.

Tiwa Savage was born Tiwatope Savage on the 5th of February, 1980, in Ikeja, Lagos State. When she clocked eleven years of age, her family moved to London.

She acquired basic education there in London, and was a trombonist for her the orchestra band in her highschool.

Her upbringing can be described as rich as she was raised in a multicultural setting – firstly in Nigeria, secondly in the United Kingdom, and then the United States.

She had a basic idea of the cultural values prominent in both sovereign states.

She studied Business Administration at the University of Kent, and worked at the Royal Bank of Scotland after her graduation from the University.

Tiwa Savage has performed live on stage with big-time American musicians like Eminem, 50 Cent, Destiny’s Child, Robbie Williams, and a few others.

At age 16, she was already a backup vocalist for George Michael, and did backup for musicians suchlike Emma Bunton, Ms. Dynamite, Blu Cantrell, Kelly Clarkson, Mary J. Blige, and others.

She bagged a degree in Music from the Berklee College of Music at age 27, and was able to quickly understand Nigerian music due to her business background.

While studying at the Berklee College of Music in 2006, she participated in the The X Factor there in the United Kingdom.

Although she advanced to the final 24, but there was a stopper, she didn’t advance to the final 12, and it was a difficult time for her upon receiving the sad news.

In 2009, Tiwa Savage signed a music deal with the renowned Sony/ATV Music Publishing – a deal which made Savage the songwriter for musicians Mya, Kat Deluna, Babyface, Monica, and Fantasia Barrino.

Tiwa Savage was a background vocalist on the song titled I Look to You by Whitney Houston.

She wrote Push Push by Kat Deluna, Oh Yeah by Jaicko, and contributed to Monica’s Catch Me – a song for which she’s earned songwriting credits.

Tiwa Savage co-hosted the Nigerian Idol episode 2 alongside IllRymz in December 2011.

Her official film debut was made in “For Coloured Girls” stage adaption with Ireti Doyle and Joke Silva.

Tiwa Savage cofounded her record label, 323 Entertainment with Tee Billz, who was her manager at that time. In 2012, she joined Don Jazzy’s Mavin Records.

In 2010, Tiwa Savage began recording her debut studio album and had developed rapport with Keith Harris, Scott Coleman, Darien Dorsey, Radar Ellis, and Derek Pate at the Berklee College of Music where they all studied music.

She also collaborated with music producers So Sick (Da Grin), Chuck Harmony, and Warren Oak Felder.

In 2012, Tiwa Savage was a featured vocalist in Flavour’s Oyi Remix, and had her own version of the Oyi Remix song.

In November 2012, Tiwa Savage alongside Pamela Egho, Timi Dakolo, Praiz, and Waje worked on “Higer” – a theme song for Ovation Red Carol.

On the 3rd of July, 2013, Tiwa Savage released the long anticipated debut album titled “Once Upon a Time”.

The album was titled Once Upon a Time to reveal the good storylines of her life.

The album was a hit, and it had really cool supportive singles. On the 31st of January 2014, Tiwa Savage released a song titled Love in Yellow.

The song was produced by Nigerian producer Spellz, and was a promotional song for 2014 Valentine’s Day.

She was featured in Reekado Banks hot single titled Turn it Up. The single by Reekado Banks was produced by Don Jazzy in 2014.

Being a music act under the Mavin Records music label, she was featured in the label’s collaborative single titled Dorobucci.

The song was released on the 1st of May 2014, and it featured all music artistes under the Mavin Records music label.

The song was produced by the label boss and founder, Don Jazzy. On the 19th of May 2014, Tiwa Savage featured on Patoranking’s Girlie O Remix produced by WizzyPro.

The song quickly gathered over 20 million views on YouTube months after its release.

Alongside Davido, Flavour N’abania, Miguel, and others, Tiwa Savage performed on the 7th of June 2014 at the MTV Africa Music Awards.

Tiwa Savage collaborated with Davido, Mi Casa, Diamond Platnumz, Lola Rae, and Sarkodie to release a song for a campaign known as Africa Rising by DSTV.

The campaign was directed at motivating Africans to take part in social investment projects at the community level.

The music video for the Africa Rising campaign song was shot and directed by Callback Dream – a music production firm based in South Africa.

The video was released on the 24th of June, 2014. On the 29th of July, 2016, Tiwa Savage announced via her Instagram handle that she signed a management and distribution deal with Roc Nation.

This made her the first ever Nigerian musician to sign a deal with Roc Nation.

Tiwa Savage got into the music industry unpopular. She was naive and really didn’t know what to expect at that time. She had haters and a few lovers who encouraged her musical efforts.

Tiwa Savage was ridiculed, and those who thought she wouldn’t make thought so with all pledge of confidence.

People also discouraged her from settling in the country, discouraged from pursuing her musical career in Nigeria and that would not make it to the top as a female singer in Nigeria.

Moreover, she was told she would never be able to meet up and perform on same platform with top stars like 2face Idibia, Wizkid, and the others.

Notwithstanding the negative odds, she went on with what she wanted to do from the moment she landed Nigeria, and released her hit single titled Kele Kele Love.

The single topped music charts in Nigeria, and put her on same pedestal with numerous reigning artistes at the time.

Tiwa Savage got married traditionally on the 23rd of November, 2013 to Tee Billz, and a white wedding took place on the 26th of April, 2014, in Dubai, at the Armani Hotel.

They had their first child named Jamil Balogun on the 22nd of July. The couple started having serious issues in 2016.

On the 28th of April, 2016, her husband Tee Billz (Tunji Balogun), took to social media to accuse Tiwa Savage’s mother of being a witch, and accused Tiwa Savage of infidelity.

As was expected, Tiwa Savage debunked his accusations, and said he was financially reckless, drug addicted, and accused him of abandonment in an interview conducted by Pulse Nigeria and ThisDay Newspaper.

Tiwa Savage is seen more often with Wizkid now, it’s unbelievable to admit they’re dating, but recent updates about them both clearly depicts so, especially as she named Wizkid her bestie at the 2018 Headies Awards.

Wizkid also asked her to “stay sexy for Daddy” on stage, suggesting something more than just being friends.

In one of Wizkid’s music video for his hit song titled Fever, featuring Tiwa Savage, it could be seen that they were closely romancing.

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Runtown’s Net Worth in 2020

Runtown Net Worth

Runtown Net Worth

Runtown’s Net Worth

Runtown has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars. He earns from music sales, endorsement deals, show bookings, and collaborations with other artistes.

Runtown has released several hit songs and made millions of naira from music sales alone.

He’s one of the top music artistes frequently booked to perform at music concerts in Nigeria and other countries.

When booked, he’s paid nothing below a million naira to mount the stage.

He’s followed by millions of fans on social media, and he gets paid to place adverts for brands who wish to reach a large base of audience.

In April, 2017, Runtown signed an endorsement deal with mobile brand, Infinix.

He also penned a multimillion naira endorsement deal with designer company, Adidas.

Runtown is a Nigerian singer, and the CEO of Soundgod Music Group.

He is known for several hit songs, and has worked with nearly all the biggest names in the Nigerian music industry.

On this page, a lot is revealed about the Nigerian singer.

This is about Runtown’s biography, story, profile, net worth, age, house and cars, education, and more.

Runtown was born Douglas Jack Agwu on the 9th of August, 1989. He was born in Enugu State, but raised in Lagos state, Nigeria.

After he lost his Dad, he moved with his mother to Abuja State.

He later moved with his mother to Enugu State after his mother started picking interest in political affairs.

Runtown schooled in Lagos state, Abuja, and finally rounded off education in Enugu State.

He went on to Study Fashion Management at a Fashion School in New York.

In 2007, he released his debut single titled Runtown. In 2010, he released another single titled Forever.

The music video of the single released in 2010 was directed by IvanEdd Films in Nigeria.

Soon enough, he began working with artistes like J. Martins, Laza Morgan, Phyno, and Nigerian producer WizzyPro.

He eventually got signed to Eric Manny Entertainment through support from his friend.

Under the music label, he released two singles titled Domot and Successful.

On the 23rd of November, 2015, he released his debut studio album titled Ghetto University.

The album made him one of the most streamed music artistes in Nigeria with over 35 million turnover on the popular MTN Music Plus platform.

In November 2016, he released the hit song that really spelt out his stardom.

The hit single was titled Mad Over You, and it was massively appraised, airing in different corners of Nigeria and Africa.

On the 31st of May, 2016, Runtown made attempts his contract with Eric Manny Entertainment to have terminated due to court injunction that Runtown shouldn’t perform at shows without permission from the label.

In July, 2018, his music contract with the record label finally came to an end after he launched his music label called Soundgod Music Group in June, 2018.

In 2014, it was all over the media that Runtown wrote one of Davido’s biggest hit singles titled Aye.

Later on in an Interview with Nigerian Tribune, Runtown stated that lots of people have asked him if he truly wrote the song.

He also mentioned that Davido himself has narrated how the song was recorded and produced in a couple of interviews.

He further added that if anyone wants to know the truth about the song titled Aye, they should go ahead to read Davido’s interviews, or ask Davido directly.

Lil Kesh’s Net Worth in 2020

Lil Kesh net worth

Lil Kesh net worth

Lil Kesh’s Net Worth

Lil Kesh has an estimated net worth of $1 million dollars. He earns primarily from music sales, and show bookings.

Lil Kesh happens to be one of the most talented Yoruba rappers in Nigeria. He has dropped several hit songs, and is now the boss of himself, running his own music label – YAGI, which means “Young And Getting It”.

The rapper who raps in Yoruba most often has collaborated with a lot of musicians in Nigeria, and he is paid handsomely when featured.

He is also booked to perform at events and he earns nothing below N3m per show. In 2015, Lil Kesh signed a N11.5 million dollar endorsement deal with SureBet sports betting company. The endorsement deal made his account fatter, and accrued more worth to him.

Lil Kesh has a huge following on social media, essentially Instagram where his followers run up to over a million.

He gets approached and paid by brands in the country to promote items and also by individuals to run adverts via his social media page.

Lil Kesh was given born Keshinro Ololade on the 14th of March, 1995 in Bariga, Lagos State. He rounded off both primary and secondary schooling at Stockbridge College, Bariga, Lagos.

As a child, Lil Kesh wanted to become a dancer when he grew up, but things changed.

He eventually fell in love with rap music after seeing his peers do it and seeing that it was really cool.

In 2012, he delved into music professionally, and by 2014, his hit single titled “Lyrically” was aired in all corners of the country.

Lil Kesh got popular with the hit song, “Lyrically”, and released another hit song titled “Shoki” under Olamide’s YBNL music label.

The remix of Shoki, which featured Davido, and Olamide, was a blast. It earned him nominations and topped music charts in Nigeria.

In 2015, with the help of in-house producer Young John, Lil Kesh alongside label mate Viktoh released an hit single titled “Efejoku”.

The song was massively accepted, and the music video topped music charts for days in Nigeria. Lil Kesh got signed to the YBNL Nation music label in April 2014 after Viktoh, an indigenous rapper shared Lil Kesh’s “Lyrically” to Olamide.

The music deal lasted from 2014 through to 2016, and after the end of the contract, Lil Kesh founded his own record label – YAGI. On the 23rd of February 2015, Lil Kesh released an hit single, “Gbese”.

The single was produced again with help from Young John. On the 17th of March, 2016, he dropped his album titled “YAGI”, and this was after the end of his two-year contract with YBNL.

Lil Kesh in his musical career has worked with Adekunle Gold, Simi, Olamide, Davido, and a lot other musicians.

He has travelled over the borders of Nigeria, to nations like the United Kingdom to perform. He has also toured other countries, and won several awards ever since his rise to stardom and fame in 2015.

Adekunle Gold’s Net Worth in 2020

Adekunle Gold net worth

Adekunle Gold net worth

Adekunle Gold’s Net Worth

Adekunle Gold has an estimated net worth of $2 million dollars. He earns mainly from music sales, endorsement deals, and show bookings.

Adekunle Gold in 2017 signed a multimillion naira endorsement deal with Revolution Properties.

On the 15th of January, 2018, he reportedly signed a multimillion naira endorsement deal with Unity Bank.

Aside these endorsement deals, Adekunle Gold gets paid several hundred thousands, and sometimes, millions to perform at events both in Nigeria and out of the country.

He makes a lot of money from the sales of his songs and he has claimed quite a few musical awards since the inception of his career.

He’s the boss of a music label, The 79th Element, so he’s fully in charge of his musical career and music production but still gets support from the YBNL label.

Adekunle Gold was born Omoba Adekunle Kosoko on the 28th of January, 1987 to Mr. & Mrs. Kosoko. He was born in Lagos State, Nigeria. Adekunle Gold is a multi talented individual.

He’s a songwriter, graphic designer, singer, and sculptor. With the establishment of a record label, he can also be called an entrepreneur.

Adekunle Gold happens to be a Prince of the Kosoko family in Lagos State, which is a royal family.

He’s the nephew of Jide Kosoko – a Nigerian actor, and Prince. His father was a Muslim, but didn’t force his children to be buried in same religion.

He allowed them to do what they wanted, and so Adekunle Gold became a Christian and joined his Church’s choir.

In 2011, Adekunle Gold unfortunately lost his youngest sister named Busayo.

She died of Heart Complications. She was the only one who understood Adekunle, and he referred to her as his twin because of this.

Adekunle Gold got the Gold part of his stage name from Church after his pastor preached a sermon.

As he grew older, he listened to songs by King Sunny Ade, Ebenezer Obey, and other singers which greatly influenced his love for music.

Eventually, he joined his Church’s teen choir, and was able to write his first song at the age of 15.

He later formed a music band named The Bridge Boyz back in 2010 with his friend Seyikeyz.

The music band released songs including All of Me (a cover of John Legend’s song), No Sleeping on a Bicycle, and Norm Breaker. He got separated from the music group in 2014 and went on to pursue his solo music career.

His friend, Seyikeyz, decided to become his producer after the breakout from the music band. He produced a song titled Let it Stop as his first solo single. The song wasn’t much of a success due to poor promotion and distribution.

On the 19th of December, 2014, Adekunle Gold released a cover of Story of My Life by One Direction, but his was titled Sade. The song earned a nomination at The Headies 2015, and was acclaimed critically.

Adekunle is a skilled Photoshop Editor. He was named King of Photoshop after releasing a photo, an edited Photoshop picture of himself hugging popular Nigerian female musician Tiwa Savage.

On the 5th of March, 2015, he signed a music deal with YBNL Nation; a music label owned by Olamide.

Sade gave him quite a few followers and exposure, he released Orente, which was his debut single under the YBNL Nation music label.

In the same year, he earned a nomination at the City People Entertainment Awards, in the Most Promising Act of the Year category.

On the 18th of July, 2016, he released his debut album’s track list. The album was titled Gold.

The album had 16 tracks, and was produced by Seyikeyz, MasterKraft, Pheelz, Oscar, Sleekamo, and B Banks. The album was released on the 26th of July, 2016.

The album debuted #7 on the Billboard World Album Chart for the week 13th August 2016.

After his music contract with YBNL Nation expired, he announced the creation of his record label named The 79th Element.

The name of the label actually refers to the atomic number of the element, Gold.

Deji Adeleke’s Net Worth in 2020

Deji Adeleke Net Worth

 

Deji Adeleke Net Worth

Deji Adeleke’s Net Worth

Dr Deji Adeleke has an estimated net worth of $700 million dollars. He’s a very influential personality in Nigeria, but he’s not involved in politics in any way.

Dr Deji Adeleke is the chief executive officer of Pacific Holdings Limited which has stakes in the different Nigerian business sectors. He is the pro chancellor of Adeleke University, Ede, Osun state, Nigeria.

Dr Deji Adeleke earns from very genuine sources which can be tied down to his company, Pacific Holdings Limited, and his Adeleke University in Osun state, Nigeria.

He’s a Nigerian billionaire and it is believed that Adedeji Adeleke has properties worth several millions of naira.

He’s known to be the father of popular Nigerian musician Davido, and Uncle to B-Red and Sina Rambo, both of whom are also popular Nigerian musicians.

He’s a known entrepreneur in Nigeria, and this post specifically provides information on the net worth of Dr Deji Adeleke.

He was born Adedeji Adeleke on the 6th of March, 1957 in Enugu state, Nigeria.

Although born in the eastern part of the country, he’s actually an indigene of Ede in Osun state, Nigeria. He was married to late Vero Adeleke who was called to glory in 2003.

She was an honest lady and a lecturer at Babcock University. Dr Vero Adeleke however gave birth to two children before she passed away.

She gave birth to a son, David Adedeji Adeleke, and a daughter named Sharon.

Her son, David Adedeji Adeleke is who we all know today as Davido – the multiple award winning music act and owner of the leading record label, DMW.

Dr Deji Adeleke’s wealth can be traced to the roots. He’s an investor, a philanthropist, an entrepreneur and a businessman.

His source of wealth is not one that’s hidden, unlike several politicians and Nigerian big boys making youths go crazy for money.

He’s the younger brother to a Nigerian senator and ex Osun state governor Isiaka Adeleke.

Their father, Chief Adeboye Adeleke remains a legend as the mastermind behind the beauty of Banana Island, Lagos state.

He drew the master plan of the region in Lagos state which happens to be one of the most developed sites in Nigeria.

Doc. Adedeji Adeleke is a member of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, and he built for his church a multimillion naira structure behind his company in Lagos State, Nigeria.

Small Doctor’s Net Worth in 2020

Small Doctor Net Worth

Small Doctor Net Worth

Small Doctor’s Net Worth

Small Doctor has an estimated net worth of $500,000 dollars. He earns from music sales online and offline.

Small Doctor’s songs are loved by the masses in States like Lagos, Oyo, Edo, Ogun, and Osun.

These States are massively occupied by Yoruba speakers who understand the lyrics and songs of Small Doctor as he essentially sings in the Yoruba language.

Small Doctor now has over a 1.5 million followers on social media. He also earns from his massive following on social media by being paid to serve or post adverts through his social media handles to his pages.

Small Doctor, aside from music sales, earns millions from performing at music shows or concerts.

He earns over N1 million naira per show and when he’s booked to perform at locations where majority of the audience are indigenous music lovers, he’s paid higher.

On the 1st of June, 2018, Small Doctor signed a deal with Western Lotto. The deal was ambassadorial, making Small Doctor an ambassador of Western Lotto.

This deal was probably worth several millions of naira as the zeros on the photo caption shared by Small Doctor on his Instagram page indicated 9 figures.

He earns from endorsement deals and other deals, music sales, show bookings, and music collaborations.

He also earns a lot of money when he’s featured by other artistes, and he’s been featured by several artistes in Nigeria.

Small Doctor was born as Temitope Adekunle on the 19th of October, 1996.

He’s a lot of things combined. Small Doctor, aside being a musician who specializes in Fuji Pop, he’s a model, a stage performer and a songwriter.

Small Doctor was given birth to in Ilaje, Ondo State, Nigeria. It’s unknown if he truly was born in 1996, or if that’s just his music age.

Being indigenous is Small Doctor’s style of music. Like Olamide, and Phyno who sing in Yoruba and Igbo language respectively, Small Doctor joins the club of indigenous singers as he sings mostly in the Yoruba language of Nigeria.

Born in Ondo State, he also schooled there in the State. He studied as a child at the Aina Orosan Nursery and Primary School which is situated in Dopemu – an area in Ondo State.

There at the Aina Orosan Nursery and Primary School, Small Doctor bagged his very first school leaving certificate.

Upon graduating from the Nursery and Primary Institute, he further went to study at the Oniwaya Secondary School also situated in Dopemu, Ondo State.

He graduated and obtained his WACE certificate from the Oniwaya Secondary School, Dopemu, Ondo State.

After leaving Secondary School with his WAEC certificate at hand, he applied to study at the University of Lagos, and was granted admission into the school system.

Small Doctor couldn’t complete his academic programme successfully at the University of Lagos due to the personal challenges he was battling at that time.

Left with very few choices, he quit studying to focus on music instead.

Small Doctor began doing music at a very tender age. Music has always been a part of the blossoming artiste.

While in secondary school, precisely in Secondary School 1 (SS1), he would record Mixtapes and create freestyles.

Fast forward to 2012, Small Doctor hit the fame spot after releasing hit singles like Mosquito Killer, Anobi, and Penalty.

The hit single titled Mosquito Killer is one of Small Doctor’s biggest hit releases.

The interesting part about the release of the song is that it was produced by Dre San, and upcoming music producer in Nigeria.

By 2015, Small Doctor had produced enough hit singles to keep him in limelight – he was popular and was already having millions of fans across Nigeria.

He was getting interview offers by media channels, and people really wanted to know who he really was.

In an interview, he revealed his music mentor to be Alabi Pasuma – one of the richest Fuji musicians in Nigeria.

Small Doctor also revealed that his stage name was actually given to him by Pasuma.

Alabi Pasuma is a giant name in the world of Fuji music. His legendary is now being transmitted into the world of contemporary music, making him influential in both industries.

Small Doctor at this moment is signed to RealBeat Planet Entertainment.

From the music label, Small Doctor has been able to reach out and win the hearts of millions of Nigerians by releasing hit singles likeable by a specific audience.

He has collaborated with several musicians in Nigeria and has won awards too.

Definitely, he’s one of the lead artistes from his music label, RealBeat Planet Entertainment.

According to an interview with Small Doctor, he revealed that he came from a poor family, and grew up in the streets.

He dropped his first studio album titled Street Ambassador in 2014 which contained hit singles like Mosquito Killer, Gbagaun, and Anobi.

He has worked with several music stars in the Nigerian music industry, and these stars include Olamide, Wizkid, Davido, Ycee, Oritse Femi, Alabi Pasuma and others.

Small Doctor resides in the celebrity city of Lagos, and has lots of concerts to perform at. He is unmarried, but has a son named Abdul-Sodeeq Temitopeoluwa Alao.

At a time, Small Doctor stole to feed his son. He was caught and beaten by angry mobs onetime, but now, it’s a changed story.

Small Doctor currently is one of Lagos most loved musician. His influence in Lagos State is growing speedily, surpassing that of Olamide and a few other indigenous musicians resident in Lagos State.