|Net Worth:||$11 Million|
|Date of Birth:||June 9, 1980 (43 years old)|
|Profession:||Artist, Rapper, and Humanitarian|
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What is D’banj’s Net Worth?
D’banj is a Nigerian singer, rapper, humanitarian, and the founder of Mo’ Hits Records who has a net worth of $11 million. His accolades in the music industry include Best African Act at the MTV Europe Music Awards in 2007, Artist of the Year at the MTV Africa Music Awards in 2009, Best International Act: Africa at the 2011 BET Awards, Best-selling African Artist at the 2014 World Music Awards, and Evolution Award at the 2015 MTV Africa Music Awards.
D’banj’s smash hit titled “Oliver Twist” topped the African charts in 2011, it was also listed among the top 10 hits on the UK singles chart in 2012 and finally reached its apex by being rated as No. 2 on the UK R&B chart.
Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo popularly known as D’banj or Kokomaster was born on 9 June 1980 in Zaria. His father was a military officer who headed a regiment of artillery and his mother a fervent church dignitary entrepreneur.
His late older brother Femi Oyebanjo, who passed away in a plane crash at the age of seventeen, taught D’banj how to play the harmonica. D’banj battled for his parents’ approval since his passion for music outweighed his family’s desire for him to join the military.
D’banj subsequently went on to study mechanical engineering at Lagos State University, but he ultimately opted to leave because of the frequent strikes and other inconsistencies.
”No Long Thing,” D’banj’s first album, was released in 2005. Tongolo was the lead single, among many others. This turned out to be his breakout song and a success.
People’s Democratic Party (PDP) selected D’Banj’s single titled “Koko” as its election-year campaign anthem in 2007.
D’banj’s second album titled ”Rundown Funk U Up” was released in 2006.
Mo’Hits and Good Music
D’banj joined the Kanye West G.O.O.D Music record label in June 2011 as an artist.
It was stated that D’banj had been let go by GOOD Music in September 2016.
Mo’Hits split up
Ace producer Don Jazzy finally confirmed the dissolution of Mo’Hits via his Twitter account after months of conjecture and hysterical rumors. Following the breakup, Don Jazzy, D’Prince, Dr. SID, and Wande Coal launched Mavin Records, while D’banj established DB Records and signed his younger brother Kayswitch and two producers, Jaysleek and Deevee, to the company.
Celebrity Endorsement Deals
With the release of his debut album, D’banj received his first endorsement from the energy drink Power Fist. D’banj was chosen to represent the Bank of Industry (BOI) in May 2013. D’banj re-signed a multimillion Naira contract in November 2013 with Globacom, the business he had previously left in 2010. The deal with Heritage Bank was secured by D’Banj in June 2014.
D’banj was chosen as the official African ambassador for Beats by Dre in October 2014. D’banj was appointed the official African ambassador for Ciroc Nigeria in February 2015.
Specifically, in the areas of value-added services and digital content distribution, D’Banj is deeply ingrained in information technology. He is the owner of two companies, MCOMM Ltd (Median Mobile Communications Limited, A Value Added Service Content Provider) and D’ Kings Men Media Limited (a 360 Media Company).
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