Top 5 Most Rich African Musicians – 2015


Top 5 Most Rich African Musicians – 2015



A talented Nigerian artist, D’banj sings, writes songs for himself and for other artists, and plays the harmonica as well. His music style is upbeat and consists of a mix between Afro-Beats and electronica. With over four million albums sold worldwide, D’banj is one of the richest African musicians.



The Nigerian R&B duo, P-Square, consists of identical twins Peter and Paul Okoye. They have released various albums under Square Records, and have signed a record deal with Konvict Muzik, as well as a record distribution deal with Universal Music SA.


Koffi Olomide

Born Antoine Christophe Agbepa Muma, the artist known as Koffi Olomide (among other aliases) is a Congolese singer, dancer, producer and composer. He has multiple gold records under his belt, and he’s the founder of the Quartier Latin International orchestra.


Youssou N’Dour

Youssou N’Dour is a singer, percussionist, songwriter, composer, actor, businessman and has also delved in politics. This Senegalese Grammy-Award winner is Africa’s most vibrant entertainer, and the owner of the largest media house in Senegal. He owns a record label, a nightclub and a tv station.


Manu Dibango

African legend Emmanuel N’Djoke Dibango, aka ‘Manu’, is a talented saxophonist, and a vibraphone player. Born in Cameroon, he has created his own musical style, which is a fusion of jazz, funk and traditional music. He is the most successful and richest African musician!