Top 5 Richest Hausa Musicians in Nigeria

Hausa musicians have been in the music industry for many years and have had their fame attributed to the ‘Arewa’ brand of music, which many of them settled for. With the heavy population of the Hausa people in Nigeria, coupled with the fact that it has many speakers of non-Hausa origin, it is unarguably that Hausa musicians make a lot of money from music industry. Also check Naira Marley Biography and Net Worth.

Top 5 Richest Hausa Musicians and their Net Worth

Below are the richest Hausa musicians and their Net Worth;

1. Jude Abaga (M.I)

Richest Hausa Musicians
Jude Abaga (M.I)

Jude Abaga, is being regarded as the rap King. He is no doubt one among the richest Hausa musicians in Nigeria. As a singer, rapper, songwriter and performer from the north, (famous locally and internationally), Jude Abaga invested much of his energy in his craft and has been rewarded bountifully. He has an endorsement deal with Globacom Nigeria, and his estimated net worth is $8 million, making him one of the richest Hausa musicians in Nigeria.

2. Panshak Zamani (ICE PRINCE)

Ice Prince, as he is known on stage, is another Hausa musician who has done himself really proud in the music industry. Since emerging in the Nigerian music scene in 2009, the singer has created a mark for himself. Ice Prince is estimated to be worth around $4.5 million.

3. Musa Akilah (Morell)

An indigene of Bauchi State, Musa Akilah is another rich entertainer of the Hausa origin. Morell is a popular professional who, maybe, is the wealthiest in the region. What distinguishes him from the rest is his unique RNB sound which often gives him the privilege to perform on the stage with international acts like Sean Kingston and Kanye West. Morell is reported to be worth a whopping $4 million, making him the third richest musician, behind M.I and Ice Prince.

4. Jesse Abaga (Jesse Jagz)

If there is any family in Nigeria that is known for producing good musicians, then it has to be the Abaga family. Jesse is M.I’s younger brother. And despite his brother’s fame, he has held his own without being coward into the corner. A rapper, songwriter and lyricist, he released his first studio album ‘Jag of All Tradez’ in 2010 through Chocolate City, a record which he signed unto. Jesse Jagz’s net worth is estimated around $1.7 million.

5. Mohammed Adamu (Magnito)

Mohammed Usman Adamu is a fast-rising music star who is known by his stage name Magnito. Born on September 15 in Benue, a larger part of his childhood was spent in Abuja where he had his early education and then gained his university education at the University of Jos (UNIJOS) with a degree in Business Management. He’s estimated net worth $500,000, making him the fifth of the five richest northern musicians in Nigeria.

Source: Nyscinfo

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