Don Jazzy and D'banj: Who is Richer? | Their Net Worth



Don Jazzy and D'banj: Who is Richer?

Who's richer between Don Jazzy and D'banj, what's their net worth? Don Jazzy and D'banj were the founders of the now defunct music label known as Mo'Hits Records. The label was made of cofounders D'banj and Don Jazzy, and Wande Coal. They've both been in the music industry long enough and have been through different phases of change in the music industry.

They've also seen several infamous artistes become famous and has helped and sponsored the growth of certain musicians. Don Jazzy is the label boss at popular music imprint Mavin Records, and is also an entrepreneur.

He gets a large cut from the earning of artistes signed under his music label and also, he's a businessperson, earning his Oil & Gas firm and other business deals. D'banj is equally a label boss. His music label, DB Records, is gaining ground internationally.

D'banj is also an entrepreneur and businessperson, he earns from quite a lot of sources including business activities. Who's richer between D'banj and Don Jazzy? That's the question we hope to answer below...

Don Jazzy's Net Worth and Endorsement Deals

Don Jazzy and D'banj: Who is Richer?

Don Jazzy is a Nigerian music act, a businessperson and an entrepreneur who was born as Michael Collins Ajereh on 26 November, 1982. Don Jazzy is the founder of Mavin Records; the trending and booming record label in Nigeria.

Prior to founding Mavin Records, Don Jazzy worked with D'banj to form the label, Mo'Hits, which is now a defunct music imprint. Mavin Records now has some of Nigeria's finest musicians, and most trendy musicians like Korede Bello, and Reekado Banks signed into it.

Don Jazzy has always been in the top side of the music scene since he started releasing singles under the record label, Mo'Hits Records, and also, he gained fame during the time he sang alongside Wande Coal and formal label cofounder D'banj. They stormed the music industry and made millions of naira from millions of music sales.

The musician and entrepreneur landed his multimillion naira deal in 2012 with Loya Milk. The deal was a promotion and advertisement deal which was reported to be worth about N50 million naira. In 2013, Don Jazzy, he signed a sponsorship deal with Samsung.

The electronics company and brand signed the sponsorship deal for the cost sum of N100 million naira. He also is one of the few lucky music acts that signed multimillion naira deals with MTN. His deal with MTN Nigeria was an endorsement deal worth N20 million naira.

Don Jazzy is also the founder of Mavin Energy Limited; an Oil & Gas production and distribution company. He earns also from show bookings where he gets paid over N5 million naira per concert. Don Jazzy has an estimated net worth of $35 million dollars.

D'banj's Net Worth and Endorsement Deals

Don Jazzy and D'banj: Who is Richer?

D'banj is a Nigerian musician, TV Host and entrepreneur born on the 9th of June, 1980 as Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo. D'banj is the Nigerian music label boss, DB Records, and the CEO of Koko Holdings, which makes him one of the most enterprising musicians in Nigeria alongside Don Jazzy, Davido and Olamide.

D'banj has been listed several by hundreds of blogs as one of the richest musicians in Nigeria. His earnings are mainly from his music sales and endorsement deals. D'banj also earns from a lot of other sources which includes his businesses and bookings for shows.

The artiste has signed a deal worth N100 million naira with super popular Nigeria-owned telecommunications service, Globacom. He has also signed an endorsement deal with Beats by Dre, a multimillion dollar headphone company.

D'banj has worked with several American recording artistes including Jay Z, Akon and Snoop Dogg. He's also one of the Nigerian artistes signed to the world-class music imprint in the United States, Sony Music. D'banj reportedly has 5 music alhums, and has sold several millions in Nigeria alone.

Over the years, he's bagged several awards and also has been relevant actively ever since the beginning of his career with his first music imprint, Mo'Hits, which he cofounded alongside Don Jazzy. D'banj's songs have topped charts back-to-back and he's still in the business of releasing singles that will top international charts. D'banj currently has an estimated net worth of $25 million naira.


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