Who is richer between Olamide and Timaya, what is their net worth?? Renowned musician Timaya indigenous rapper Olamide are two of the most trending celebrities in the Nigerian music Industry and also, the entertainment industry.
Timaya dominated the sphere back in the days before other artistes like Wizkid, Davido, Mr Eazi, Tekno, Mayorkun, Adekunle Gold, Harrysong, Kcee and Patoranking got into the scene.
Olamide got a spike as the next big Indigenous artiste after Da Grin passed away. Till date, Timaya is still on board as he didn’t give too much room for the artistes after him to kick him out.
Olamide has been a star and is still blossoming as other rap artistes in Yoruba can only aspire to be like him. The luxury lives of both stars have brought up questions relating to who’s actually richer, who’s got more deals and money.
Who is the Richest Between Olamide and Timaya?
Timaya’s Net Worth and Endorsement Deals
D.M. (Dem Mama) Records Boss, Timaya, is a flourishing Nigerian musician who has a different style of singing. Timaya has gone beyond music to influence the minds of the Nigerian youths, especially in the southern parts of the Country.
He’s super rich, yes, Timaya stands as one musician who’s got all the styles and looks. It wasn’t always this way though. In 2016, he bagged an N87 million naira endorsement deal with a big-time, all-time network operator in Nigeria, Globacom.
He has also signed a deal worth a lot in millions with Hennessey X.O. Cognac. Timaya has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars.
Timaya has made a lot over N500 million naira from show bookings, and music sales and is also a role model to thousands of aspiring singers in Nigeria.
Olamide’s Net Worth and Endorsement Deals
From grass to grace, Olamide is a rap star and one of the biggest rappers in Nigeria. He’s the lead rapper and Boss at his record label, YBNL, and has artistes under him.
He gets his cut from the revenue the artistes under YBNL makes and also has helped produce a number of famous Nigerian musicians.
His passion burns deep in music from reality and that has kept the star in the spotlight ever since. Olamide represents the street, hope for those out there. His first hit, Eni Duro, where he used 21 clothes in the music video, was mainly about the street, leadership and responsibility.
He signed a multimillion naira endorsement contract with 9Mobile in 2013 after he’s worked hard to gain fame.
Olamide is the first Nigerian musician to have a N40 million naira deal with foreign vodka brand, Ciroc and he inked an endorsement deal in worth N20 million naira with a sports betting company, Ciroc.
He got an ambassadorial deal with Sterling Bank and pitched a multimillion naira endorsement deal with Globacom in 2017. Olamide’s net worth stands at a whooping $12 million dollars.