Top 20 Richest musicians in Africa 2021 according to Forbes 

Who is the richest musician in Africa 2021? 

Top 20 Richest musicians in Africa 2021 according to Forbes 

Youssou N’Dour is the richest African musician in 2021. With a net worth of around 145 million U.S. dollars, the Senegalese musician is among Africa’s most famous singers.

First, this poll of Forbes’s Top 20 Richest musicians in Africa 2021  in Africa lists the annual earnings before surcharges, lawful taxes, and expenditures to managers and other diplomats.

Nigerian musicians dominated the list of the richest musicians in Africa from 2019 to 2020 mostly from collaboration with international artists like Snoop Dog and Dr.Dre. As a result, these popular artists in Africa have managed to get a lot of money and become wealthy. Further, the list contains a variety of musicians, for example, singers, rappers, and entertainers.

Now let’s list the name of the musician or artist with their estimated net worth and nationality.

Top 10 Richest Musicians in Africa 2021

1.Youssou N’Dour ($145 – $150 million). Senegal.

He’s the richest musician in Africa from 2020 to 2021.

2.Akon ($80 million). Senegal.

Akon is the second in the list of Forbes top 10 richest musicians in Africa from 2020 to 2021.

3.Black Coffee ($62 million). South Africa.
4.Wizkid ($30 million). Nigeria.
5.Davido ($26 million). Nigeria.
6.Don Jazzy ($17 million) Nigeria.
7.Rudeboy ($14 million). Nigeria.
8.Mr. P ($12.5 million).
9.2Face Idibia {Tuface} ($12.2 million)
10.D Banj ($12 million). Nigeria.
11.Banky W ($10.5 million). Nigeria.
12.Flavour ($9.7 million). Nigeria.
13.Sarkodie ($9.5 million). Ghana.
14.Diamond Platnumz ($9 million). Tanzania.
15.Tiwa Savage ($9 million). Nigeria.
16.Bobi Wine, ($8.5 million). Uganda.
17.Akothee, ($8 million). Kenya
18.Jose Chameleon ($7.5 million). Uganda.
19.Tinashe ($7.2 million). Zimbabwe.
20.Fally Ipupa ($7 million). Congo.

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