Quavo and Davido: Who is Richer?
Quavo is an American rapper and part of the hip hop group Migos. He’s also a songwriter, music record producer and singer. He was born in April 1991, Athens, Georgia. Quavo seems to be a cousin to Offset (a member of Migos), and Migos member Takeoff’s uncle.
In 2018, he released his debut solo album titled Quavo Huncho. In 2017, he released the Hunch Jack, Jack Huncho album with Travis Scott. The album debuted #3 on the Billboard 200. After joining to form Migos in 2008, the trio released their debut album Yung Rich Nation in 2015 which debuted #5 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop chart, and #3 on the US Rap chart.
In 2017, their second album, Culture, was released. The album went on to chart #1 on the US Rap, US R&B/Hip-Hop, and Billboard 200 charts. In 2018, they released another album titled Culture II which topped the Canadian chart, the US Rap, US R&B/Hip-Hop, and Billboard 200 charts.
The trio went super popular after their single titled Bad and Boujee went viral, charting the US R&B/Hip-Hop, US Rap, and Billboard 200 charts on #1 spot. From 2017 to 2018, their earnings was an estimated $25 million dollars.
In 12 months (September 2017 – 2018), they had 4 billion streams, and performed at a total of 92 shows. Migos has an estimated net worth of $50 million dollars combined, according to several reliable financial news outlets and net worth magazines, Quavo has an estimated $16 million dollars to be his net worth.
Davido is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and the founder of a leading record label, DMW (Davido Music Worldwide). He is the son of Nigerian billionaire Adedeji Adeleke (known popularly as Dr. Deji Adeleke).
Currently, Davido’s net worth is pegged at $21 million dollars. He has performed in several music concerts and toured several times. Davido earns from bookings to perform at shows, endorsement deals, music sales, and more.
He also earns a cut from the revenues of artistes signed to his record label. The young Nigerian singer has worked with the biggest names in the Nigerian music industry, and has won multiple awards since he got to limelight.
His major endorsement deals include the multimillion naira deals with MTN Nigeria, First Bank Nigeria, Pepsi, and Guinness Nigeria.