The Kenyan music industry was the most difficult to grow. Musicians had to earn money through sales of cassettes, CD and show performance. Technology has made them earn revenue through singing. The richest Kenyan musicians rarely show their wealth on social media. This article gives the top richest musicians in Kenya. Their salary figures are not written.
The sauti sol band are the top earners in the music industry. The band consists group of four: Savara mudigi, guitarist Polycarp otieno, Willis chimano and Bien- Aime Baraza. They have toured parts of Europe and parts of Africa. They have also won awards such as BET awards 2015, MTV Europe music, kisima Awards, and channel 0.
His real name is Kevin mbuvi a gospel singer. He has been famous since 2012. He received groove awards artist of the year in 2014.
She is a female gospel artist from Muranga in central Kenya and a daughter of the late queen jane. She also earns money from the skiza tunes.
The 2016 AFRIMA best female East Africa award is among the richest musician in Kenya. She is also into the hospitality and transport business and also owns akothee safaris.
His real name is Charles njagua a singer who turned to politics as an MP of starehe constituency. He owns a record label known as the main switch studio.
His real name is Wilson abubakar radido. He won the 2013 Groove Award. He has done more collaboration with various artists within East Africa.
Her real name linnet munyali, started as an actress and a songwriter at clemo’s label callif records. She later turned to gospel.
His real name kevin waire. He started with Nazizi a female rapper and later went through his solo career. He has also won several foreign awards.
His real name David mathenga, rose into popularity in 2000. His song inspire is popularly known by his fans. He has been in the music industry for a long.
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