Top 10 Nigerian female musicians and their net worth so far in 2022

These are the top 10 Nigerian female musicians and their net worth so far in 2022

Not only is the Nigerian music industry dominated by women, but it also has successful female musicians who have a global impact, here are the top 10 Nigerian female musicians and their net worth as of 2022.

Top 10 Nigerian female musicians and their net worth so far in 2022
Top 10 Nigerian female musicians and their net worth so far in 2022

These female artists have put in a lot of effort and dedication during their careers, and they are deserving of every penny they have now!

Mp3Bullet compiled a list of the top 10 wealthiest Nigerian female musicians in 2022. So here is a list of 10 of Nigeria’s wealthiest movie goddesses.

10. Simi ($900,000)


You would agree that Simi is one of the most loved female artiste in the country. She broke into the music scene with her songs “Tiff” and “Jamb Question”.

She started her career in the ghetto city of Surulere in Lagos State and today she is estimated to be $900,000 rich.

9. Nneka ($1.3 million)


Nneka was born in Warri, Delta State. She started singing in 2003 and he songs are mostly in English, Pidgin and Igbo languages. She started her career as a performer for an open act for dancehall legend, Sean Paul.

Based in Germany, Nneka is signed to several international labels such as Sony Music, Co./Epic Records. She has a net worth of $1.3 million.

8. Tems ($1.5 million)

Temilade Openiyi, known as Tems, is a Nigerian R&B singer, songwriter and recording artist, Tems net worth is estimated at $1.5 million dollars.

7. Waje ($1.7 million)

Waje has several achievements to her name that even without the little singing she does, she made the list of richest female artists.

She has a mouth-watering deal with telecommunication giant, Glo World. She has anchored and played several roles in several shows. She sits on Number 7 with a whopping $1.7 million.

6. Asa ($2 million)

Asa gained massive recognition in 2009 with several of her songs including “Jailer”, “Eya Adaba” and others. She is one of the most successful and recognized acts to ever come from the country.

She reportedly signed with GT Bank some years back after recording a tune for them. Today, the “Bibanke” crooner is said to have an estimate of $2 million.

5. Seyi Shay ($2.1 million)


Although born in the United Kingdom, Seyi Shay is a singer, songwriter and actress who is based in Nigeria. She is responsible for three of the soundtracks used in Konami’s game, “Gang Wars” in 2005.

She has also signed major endorsements with multi-million naira brands like Etisalat, Bacardi Breezer and Pepsi. She is estimated to be worth a total of $2.1 million.

4. Chidinma ($2.8 million)

Often referred to as “Miss Kedike”Chidinma makes this list of the top 10 richest female singers. She raised to stardom after competing and winning the MTN Project Fame season 3 show.

She has been a brand ambassador for telecommunication giant, MTN. Her present net worth is said to be approximately $2.8 million. Though is now into gospel music.

3. Omawunmi ($3 million)

Omawunmi started her career in 2007. The Delta State born was the first runner up for the Idol West Africa competition in 2007.

She is also a brand ambassador to Konga, Malta Guinness, Mortein and the telecommunication company, Glo World. She is placed as number 3 with a total of $3 million.

2. Yemi Alade ($4.2 million)


Yemi Alade kick started her career in 2005. In her university days, she took part in the Peak Talent Show in 2009 and this was the beginning of another phase of her career.

She is a globally recognized singer who sings in Pidgin, Igbo, Yoruba, Swahili, French and Portuguese.

She is signed to Effyzzie Music Group and also Universal Music Records, which has been a major part of her success today.

She is United Nations Goodwill Ambassador and also has deals with brands such as Hollandia Yogurt, Close Up Toothpaste and others. She is worth a total of $4.2 million.

1. Tiwa Savage ($4.9 million)

Tiwa Savage started at 16, as a backup singer for various international artists like Mary J. Blige and George Michael. She later moved back to Nigeria in the late 2000s to start her music journey.

She is linked to many brands such as Pepsi, Forte Oil, Pepsi and Konga. She is also said to have a deal with Jay Z’s record label and is estimated to be worth approximately $4.9 million.

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