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Sarkodie, Aka, Cassper Nyovest, Falz & Others Listed In Hiphop AfriQ Top 10 Richest Rappers In Africa 2019

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Ever wondered who the richest rapper in Africa 2019 was? Well, you just got covered. Hip-hop being the most competitive genre in the world, there is no doubt Africa has a place in the Hip Hop community.

Hiphop AfriQ curated a list of the Top 10 richest rappers in Africa currently according to Forbes. You should be warned though, you might not find your favorite emcee ranked as one of Top richest rappers in Africa.

Without wasting much time, these are the Top 10 richest rappers in Africa:

YCEE
Ycee is a Nigerian rapper, afro-pop hip-hop artist and songwriter. The superstar started his music career in 2012 as an underground rapper prior to his music contract with Tinny Entertainment. His hit song ‘Condo’ was nominated best collaboration of the year and best music video of the year categories at the 2015 Nigerian Entertainment Awards. Forbes estimated Ycee’s net worth to be around 1.5 million dollars making him the 10th richest rapper in Africa.

CASSPER NYOVEST
With an estimated net worth of about 3 million dollars. Cassper Nyovest is a rapper and producer from South Africa. He started his musical career in a group called Childhood gangster at the age of 13. In 2014, his solo career was opened with a debut album called ‘Tsholofelo’. He was discovered by late rapper HHP while performing. His music has since attracted much attention and his singles are placed on the top of various music charts. Speaking about his net worth, he has been known in his fortune from his music and concert sales. He also founded his own record label called ‘Family Tree’ in 2014. Cassper has endorsements with KFC, Ciroc, Nike, Castle Lite, Samsung and Coca-Cola.

ICE PRINCE
Panshak Zamani popularly known by his stage name “Ice Prince” is a famous Nigerian hip-hop recording artist, actor, and model. He has been described as one of the greatest rappers in Africa by several media organizations. He is a gifted skillful creative and talented rapper. Forbes, his estimated net worth to be around 4 million dollars.

FALZ
Folarin Falana, better known by his stage name Falz, has an estimated net worth of about 4.1 million dollars. You might be wondering what Falz is doing on this list but as of the last 3 years, he was an upcoming rapper, today Falz is a ranked 7th richest rapper in Africa. He is not just a rapper, but a singer, actor, and comedian. He featured in the popular series, Jenifa’s Diaries.

DIE ANTWOORD
Die Antwoord is a South African hip-hop group formed in Cape Town in 2008. The group is composed of rappers Ninja and Yolandi Visser, a male/female duo, and producer god. Their image and style revolve around the South African counterculture movement known as “zef”, which is greatly exemplified in their music videos. In 2011, they founded a music label called Zef Records, after signing with Interscope Records. Their net worth is now 5 million dollars which put them 6th on our ranking.

SARKODIE
With a net worth of 7 million dollars, Micheal Owusu Addo, also known as Sarkodie is a Ghanaian Hip-hop artist and businessman. Sarkodie is undoubtedly the fast rapper in Africa. The multiple award winner is also a producer and songwriter. He has his own clothing line called ‘Sark by Yas’. He was unveiled in 2012 as Brand ambassador for Samsung Electronics and currently in partnership with Tigo Communications Ghana, a brand that sponsored the 2013 Rapperholic tour.

MI ABAGA
MI was once the richest rapper in Africa. He is a record label boss and one of the fastest rappers in Africa. M.I is not just a rapper but a producer, songwriter, and a business man. He’s got a large number of awards including MTV Africa music awards in 2009. In 2012, he was appointed United Nations Goodwill Ambassador. Forbes estimated M. I’s net worth to be about 8 million dollars/

PHYNO
Chibuzor Nelson Azubike, better known by his stage name, Phyno, is the 3rd richest rapper in Africa. He’s the best Igbo rapper in Africa. One thing that makes him stand out from the rest is his punchlines. Now, he’s not just a rapper but also a producer, singer, and songwriter. His current net worth is estimated 10 million dollars making him the 3rd richest rapper in Africa.

OLAMIDE
With an estimated net worth of about 11 million dollars. Olamide is one of the best rappers in Africa. He raps mostly in Yoruba language. Olamide has released 7 albums. He was the first Nigerian to sign an endorsement deal with Ciroc. He is a record label boss and the CEO of digital TV channel, Voice Of The Street.

AKA
Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, known professionally as AKA, is a South African rapper, songwriter, record producer, singer, and entrepreneur. His debut album ‘Alter Ego’ was released in 2011 which won various awards including the Best Hip-Hop Album in the 2011 Metro FM Music Awards. AKA is one of the hardest working rappers in Africa and also the number 1 richest rapper in Africa with a network of 12 million dollar

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No Gospel Artiste Can Win Souls For Christ More Than Kanye West : Sonnie Badu

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Ghanaian Gospel artiste Sonnie Badu has made a statement that we believe would shock many Christians who hold him in high esteem.

According to Minister Sonnie Badu, American rapper and singer Kanye West is more powerful than most Gospel musicians and Bishop in the world and can pull more souls to Christ than the Gospel artistes.

He made this statement on his official Instagram handle where he shared the artwork of Kanye’s new album with the caption: “The disciples had a major concern about Paul. Why? Because they just could not fathom how they could spend 3 years with the Master and yet Paul who was a killer, had never met him had more insight and wrote more books in the scriptures than they did. Well, the reason is quite simple,”

He continued: “What God could use Paul to do, he could not use Peter in that same regard (illiteracy and understanding times and seasons). Recall Paul was very well educated and well informed, with that said, this man @kanyew.est can fill arenas and win souls for Christ, more than all of us. But they wondered about his past though ?”

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Kafui Danku Gives Birth To Her Second Child

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Popular Ghanaian actress and movie producer, Kafui Danku and her husband have welcomed their second child.

The mother who couldn’t hide her joy shared beautiful baby bump photos on social media expressing her appreciation to God.

The actress who is married to a Canadian, Kofi Pitcher gave birth to a bouncing baby boy and revealed his name as Titan.

In a series of post on Instagram, the actress shared how she had a tough pregnancy coupled with bad dreams but it all ended in joy.

“It was a very long, tiring, CHALLENGING and revealing journey and once again, MAWU SOGBOLISA changed the story to his GLORY. It happened on time…in time… IN HIS TIME!
Another warrior is born! Welcome the GIFT from the HEAVENS, @lifeofthetitan to this beautiful world… know you’re super special and highly favored, I know all you’ll see is the beauty GOD has given to you.#SoMuchToBeThankfulFor.
Thank you all for the pleasant messages ??. # OurGodIsFaithful. Oya, let me go sleep small ?????”, she shared on Instagram.

Kafui already has a baby girl Lorde Pitcher who was born in 26th October 2016. Prior to her first delivery, she suffered one stillbirth and three miscarriages.

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Ghana Population Is Made Up Of 60% Witches : Funny Face

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Ghanaian comedian Funny Face has stated that more than half of Ghanaians are witches.

According to the father of twins in an interview with Kleff Maxwell Justice known to many as KMJ on Accra-based Joy Prime stated that when 10 Ghanaians are places at a spot, 6 out of that 10 are witches.

Justifying his comment, he disclosed that he has over a million followers on social media but the response and engagement he gets from posts he shares is nothing better to talk about.

He accused Ghanaians of not helping others to progress yet when you’re progressing too they try to bring you down.

The actor had earlier in a separate interview also shared how he almost ended up committing suicide after his first wife took to social media and revealed he was a 1-minute man.

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