Top 20 Richest Musicians In Ghana 2021


 Some musicians struggle to make ends meet in the entertainment industry. On the other hand, others have become millionaires in the same career. Here is a list of the top 20 richest musicians in Ghana in 2021.


1. Sarkodie - $10 million


Sarkodie is a super-talented rapper and the richest musician in Ghana. He is one of the most recognizable Ghanaian singers known for his hip-hop and hiplife music styles. He doubles up as a recording artist, philanthropist, and CEO of SarkCess Music.



2. Okyeane Kwame - $7 million


Okyeane, born as Kwame Nsiah Apau, is one of the richest musicians in Ghana. Apart from singing, he is also famous for his excellence in songwriting, video directing, and entrepreneurship. He is an international hit-maker who specializes in hip-life, Afro-pop, and rap music.


3. Shatta Wale - $6.2 million


Shatta is one of the musicians Ghana is proud to have. His melodic reggae songs are everyone's favorite. He has gained a good reputation and impact in the dancehall world locally and internationally. Is Shatta Wale richer than Sarkodie? No, he is not.



4. R2Bees - $ 6 million


R2Bees is a Ghanaian duo from Tema. It is made up of two cousins known as Faisal Hakeem and Rashid Mugeez. The two have collaborated with other renowned artists such as Davido, Sarkodie, Criss Waddle, Wizkid, and Wande Coal. The duo is famous for its creativity in hip-hop, hiplife, and Afrobeat genres.



5. Daddy Lumba - $6 million


Daddy is one of the oldest top musicians in the country. He has released numerous songs and performed uncountable music shows and concerts in Ghana and across other parts of the world.


6. Becca - $ 5.7 million


Becca is one of the most influential musicians in Ghana. She has signed an endorsement deal with the EKB record label. Her excellence at both the local and international levels has earned her numerous accolades.


7. Stonebwoy - $5.5 million


Stonebwoy started his singing career while still in high school. He took part in numerous rap contests, thus nurturing his talent. He once won the BET award for the Best Musician.


Stonebwoy has bagged several endorsement deals due to his fame. He often hosts several musical shows in Ghana and other parts of the world.


8. Reggie Rockstone - $5 million


Reggie Rockstone is one of the pioneers of hiplife in Ghana. He is a famous Ghanaian musician, singer, and songwriter. He was one of the judges and mentors on The X Factor, Nigeria Ghana season one.



9. Fuse ODG - $3 million


Nana Richard Abiona, commonly by his stage name, Fuse ODG is another richest artist in Ghana. He gained his musical training from Archbishop Lanfranc School. He has collaborated with Sean Paul, Itz Tiffany, Wande Coal, Major Lazer, Sarkodie, Nyla, Dawn ODG, and Wyclef Jean. He owns a 3Beat record company.


10. Tinny - $2.3 million


Tinny is not a new name in the Ghanaian music industry. Not a single day can go without any of his songs on different TVs and radio stations. He received several awards too.


11. Samini - $2 million


Emmanuel Andrews Samini began his career in church before shifting to a renowned Ghanaian reggae and dancehall recording artist. His unmatched talent has seen him take home numerous awards and nominations. In 2008, he was crowned as The Best African Artist.


12. D-Black - $1.6 million


D-Black is one of the richest musicians in Ghana. He started his career at a young age due to the significant influence he had from his hip-hopper parents. Every song he releases becomes a hit, and thus he has earned lots of cash from his jams.



13. Kwaw Kese - $1million


Kese is one of the best hiplife musicians in Ghana. He started composing and singing songs at a very young age. He released his debut album known as Na ya Tai in 2005. Even though he is not so active in the industry, he is one of the richest.


14. Joyce Blessing - $623, 000


Joyce is a famous Ghanaian singer who started singing at a very early age. She rose to prominence in 2013 because of her gospel songs. Joyce has bagged numerous Ghana Gospel Industry Awards over the years. She earns considerably from music sales, YouTube, shows, and concerts.


15. Wendy Shay - $500, 000


Wendy Shay is a Ghanaian Afrobeats and Afropop artist. She initially worked as a trained midwife and nurse before transitioning to music. She has released numerous hit songs and performed in top events and shows in the country and outside.



16. Fameye - $300, 000


Peter Famiyen Bozah is one of the most resilient Ghanaian singers. Even after losing his parents, he did not stop pursuing his music career. An inspiration for his songs is derived from his life as an orphan. Famaye amasses a considerable amount of money from record sales, concerts and music shows in Ghana and other parts of Africa and the world.


17. King Promise - $200, 000


King Promise joined the music industry in 2016, and in a short period, he is among the most popular stars in the country. His father was a classical music lover hence a significant influence on King's career. His musical expertise is seen in a wide variety of genres such as hip-hop, Afri-beats, and highlife.


18. Kwesi Arthur - ($100k - $1 million)


Kwesi has come a long way into becoming one of the richest musicians in Ghana. Before discovering his talent as a singer, he worked as a security guard. He gained interest in music after listening to Thank Me Later jam by Drake.



19. Efya - ($100k - $200k)


Efya is one of the best singers in Ghana. She doubles up as a songwriter and super-talented actress. She rose to fame after her appearance on the Stars of the Future Talent show. She was the winner of the Female Vocal Performance of the year during the Ghana Music Awards.


20. Kuami Eugene - $50, 000


Eugene is a highly-sought-after Ghanaian Afrobeat and highlife singer and songwriter. He currently works under Lynx Entertainment. He is famous for hits such as Wish Me Well, Angela and Ohemaa. He has bagged several awards such as AFRIMA's Most Promising Artist Award and New Artist of the Year from Vodafone Ghana Music Award.


The richest musicians in Ghana continue to make several million dollars as they entertain their local and international fans. Some of them have been in the industry quite some time while others are upcoming singers. These musicians are the epitome of hard work, passion, and consistency.


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