Music is considered great medicine and food for the soul. The continent of Africa has tremendously grown over the years as has its music. The African music industry has produced some popular musicians who have received an accolade for blending the African songs with western pop music coupled with African dance to bring massive revolution. These musicians have accumulated vast wealth. Below is a highlight of the Top 10 Richest African Musicians in 2015.
10. Ujah Idibia
Ujah commonly who trades as 2 Face Idibia is a Nigerian song-wrier, singer, actor and producer.He has so far won 40 awards and boasts of six albums. Ujah has a huge investment in real estate and night clubs in Nigeria. He also owns the 2Face Idibia Reach-Out Foundation and has served as the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control Ambassador. He is surely one of the big names in the African music industry.
19. Jose Chameleone
Joseph Mayanja is a Ugandan artist that popularly trades Joe or Jose Chameleone. The Valu Valu is hit that everybody enjoys and has massively popularized Ugandan music in the continent. Doctor Chameleone has perfectly combined the Central African Rhumba, Ugandan folk music with a reggae background to make him gain acceptance and great admiration. Jose is the richest in East Africa and owns a huge mansion in Sekuga hills at the outskirts of Kampala with several Cadilac Escalade and Premio among other aristocratic models.