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Forbes Top 10 Richest African Musicians For 2015

Richest African musicians: Forbes has released their lists of Richest African musicians. The list was put together using factors such as endorsement value, popularity, show rates, Sales, awards, YouTube views, appearance in newspapers, investment, social media presence, Influence and so many other factors.

They include:

1. AKON

CEO of Konvict Music, opened doors to other African artist

2. DON JAZZY

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Producer. MAVIN Records CEO, MTN, Samsung and loyal record milk. . D’Banj, Kanye West, Beyonce and Jay Z on the production credits

3. P SQUARE

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Music Duo appeared on Forbes Africa twice sold out concerts, presidential guesthouse in at least five African countries, they fly private jets.

4. D’BANJ

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Music Artiste. Good music deal, Sony Entertainment deal

5. WIZKID

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Music Artiste. EME artiste, Starboy CEO, connectedness with Alarming London, various international cooperation, the highest paid Pepsi ambassador in Africa, the ambassador of MTN

6. 2FACE IDIBIA

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Music Artiste. 10 million CDs and at least 7million digital sales, a campaign associated with Guinness, Harbor Homes, Airtel worldwide and philanthropist – 2face foundation

7. Anselmo Ralph

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Musical Artiste Samsung and Coca Cola ambassador, fragrance line, clothing label, multimillion-dollar tour bus, Sony artiste.

8. SARKODIE

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Rapper. . Youth ambassador Ghana, Sark clothes, Samsung ambassador, fan Milk Ghana ambassador

9. ICE PRINCE

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Ice Prince Zamani has six million downloads 2 studio owner, a foundation member, Plug N Play ambassador, Zamani foundation.

10. BANKY W

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Artiste. Co-owner EME, Samsung ambassador, philanthropist, multiple award winner

 

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