Most of the top names came into the industry a while back and have maintained their fanbase by giving their fans nothing but great music consistently.
They headline many concerts and with that comes money in the bank.
Here is a list of your favorite Nigeran artistes and how much they earn once they step on a stage.
In 2018, Wizkid joined the list of highest paid artists in the world following his performance at a royal wedding in India.
Standard performance fee stands at N10-15 million (ksh2.8 million)
His hit songs “If” and “Fall” sold over 2 million copies online.
Standard performance fee stands at N10-15 million (ksh2.8million)
3. Burna Boy
2018 brought Burna Boy back with a heavy bang! He gave us the December turn up playlist and finally won back the hearts of his Kenyan fans, who had sworn they were done with him.
Standard performance fee stands at N6-10 million (ksh1.7 million)
4. Tiwa Savage
The only female artiste on the top 5 list of highest paid Nigerian musicians.
2018 has arguably been Tiwa Savage's best year from hit songs to a relationship with Wiz Kid to performing at the Global Citizen Festival in South Africa.
Standard performance fee stands at N6-10 million (ksh1.7million)
D’banj was one of the headliners at the prestigious ‘Global Citizen Festival’ in Johannesburg, South Africa in 2018 after a traumatic incidence losing his child.
Standard performance fee stands at N5-10 million (ksh1.7million)