Forbes Releases Top 10 African Richest Music Stars In 2018 (See List)

World respected ranking magazine, Forbes has named top ten richest musicians in Africa. The current list of top 10 Richest musicians in Africa this 2018 and net worth according to Forbes has been released. These popular artistes span from various countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and other countries whose music industries are booming today. The current list of top 10 Richest musicians in Africa this 2018 and net worth according to Forbes has been released. These popular artistes span from various countries like Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya and other countries whose…

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Forbes Reveals 2018 Highest Paid Woman In Music (See Who)

Forbes Magazine has announced the highest paid woman in music for the year 2018. Forbes, business magazine, has rated Katy Perry up from ninth place in 2017 to unseat Beyonce as 2018’s highest paid woman in music. The business magazine estimates that Perry, 34, earned 83 million dollars in the period spanning June 2017 to June 2018. It wrote:- “Perry played 80 dates on the world tour for her fifth album, Witness, during that period, grossing more than 1 million dollars per night, as well as earning more than 20…

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Forbes Releases Five Richest Hip Hop Artistes 2018 (See Them)

American rapper, Jay Z has displaced Sean Diddy Combs as the wealthiest Hip-hop artist on Forbes 2018 edition. Jay Z topped the list as he emerged with an estimated net worth of $900 million. His earnings took out Diddy from the number 1 spot, a title he previously held for seven consecutive years. The rapper improved on his net worth from $810 million to $900 million over the past years, seizing hip-hop’s cash crown for the first time since Forbes started counting back in 2011. Diddy is now placed at…

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Don Jazzy, Wizkid & Davido Made The List Of Top 10 Richest Musicians In Africa 2017, By Forbes (See Full List)

American business magazine, Forbes Magazine, has released a compilation of its top 10 African richest musicians. The list was put together using factors such as endorsement, popularity, show rates, sales, awards, YouTube views, appearance in newspapers, investment, social media presence, influence and others. See artistes that made it below:- 1. AKON Akon has over 35 million albums sold worldwide. He has won numerous awards including five Grammy Award nominations and has 45 Billboard Hot 100 songs under his belt. He tops the list according to Forbes Africa. 2. BLACK COFFEE,…

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Forbes Highest-Paid Celebrities In 2017 [FULL LIST]

Global business magazine, Forbes, has released list of 100 highest-paid celebrities across the world in 2017. Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is the top earner on the list. According to the magazine, Combs earned $130 million from June 1, 2016, to June 1, 2017 through his “Bad Boy Family” Reunion Tour, a stake in Ciroc vodka and the $70 million sale of one-third of his Sean John clothing line. On number two spot is Beyoncé, with $105million in earnings. ‘I’ve never met anyone that works harder than me in my industry,’ Beyoncé…

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Forbes Top 10 Richest African Artistes Right Now: P Square Absent, Wizkid, Don Jazzy In (See Full List)

Senegalese singer, Akon, continues to top the list as the most bankable African artiste in the latest issue of Forbes Africa. Nigeria has four superstars on the list with Wizkid, Davido, Jidenna and Don Jazzy representing. Surprisigly, P Square is nowhere to be found on the list which includes Ghana’s Sarkodie and Oliver Mtukudzi of Zimbabwe. See The top 10 Richest African Artistes As Compiled by Forbes in its May 2017 issue below… 2. BLACK COFFEE, SOUTH AFRICA 3. HUGH MASEKELA, SOUTH AFRICA 4. DON JAZZY, NIGERIA 5. TINASHE, ZIMBABWE-AMERICAN 6.…

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Nigeria Billionaire Femi Otedola Covers Forbes Africa Magazine November 2014 Edition

Nigeria oil tycoon and billionaire, Femi Otedola who reportedly became $400million richer between march and june this year according to forbes africa, is on the front cover of its november edition. Forbes Africa Magazine went on to describe Femi Otedela as ‘The Billionaire Who Bounced Back’ and he covers the magazine wearing his signature white Nigerian traditional attire. Cool or not? Drop your comments. Photo Credit: Forbes Africa

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Chimamanda, Dangote, Oreh Nominated For Forbes Africa 2014 Person of the Year

Forbes Africa has announced the nominees for their 20014 Person of the Year Award. And on the list are 3 notable Nigerians – Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, world-renowned Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Arunma Oteh, the director-general of the Securities and Exchange Commission. Also on the list are: Thuli Madonsela, a South African advocate and the nation’s public protector who helped draft the country’s constitution in 1994 and was named one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People this year; •Donald Kaberuka, the Rwandan economist who has ushered in…

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