Over the past decades, the Nigerian music firm has evolved to the peak every single music industry admires.

This has reshaped its image and established the music stars attached to it as the most profiled beings amongst other music stars.

Following the attention it has bagged across the world, Nigeria has been able to record top-notch performers that are heavily paid on daily basis to perform their hit songs to throngs of enthusiasts.

We will outline these top performers and detail their price tags as of 2022.

If you aspire to know how much these stars bill for a showdown, check out below.

Wizkid

40-60 million

Ibrahim Ayo Balogun who is popularly known as Wizkid has currently surpassed the likes of Davido to emerge as the highest-paid stage performer in the Afrobeat curriculum.

He is however not the best Afrobeat performer in the Nigerian music firm but has dominated this phase massively in the recent fewer years.

The Grammy award-winning singer, Wizkid in the year 2021 doubled his worth with the qualities he deployed on his Grammy-nominated album “Made In Lagos”

Just quite after he received his Grammy Plague, his worth infused and he was recognised as one of the highest-paid Nigerian stars per show.

He charges over 40-60 million on every show he condones across Nigeria only. His foreign price tag is not disclosed yet.

Davido

40-55 million per show

The Nigerian singer and songwriter, Davido also has earned his peak as one of the Afrobeat best stage performers for the past fewer years and there is no doubt about his qualities.

Since he gained his ground as one of the most influential Nigerian Afrobeat maestros, Davido’s price tag per show has increased.

Selling out the O2 Arena two times and earning a rigid die-hard fan base who supports him massively, he charges up to 40-55 million per show.

The ‘Fem’ crooner is recognised as the second-best Afrobeat stage performer in Nigeria currently according to commends.

Burna Boy

40-50 million

From all views and commends, Burna Boy is currently the Nigerian Afrobeat number one stage performer and this has quite made his price tag heavy.

You could confirm that Burna Boy has attracted a massive audience across the globe amid how Grammy chose him to perform at their 63rd annual music award opening ceremony. Certainly, he nailed it.

Ever since he declared himself the African giant and proved it by bagging a Grammy award with his studio album “Twice as Tall” he charges over 40-50 million per show he condones.

His qualities on stage may not be matched by any Nigerian music star any time soon following how he passionately emulates the late legendary Femi Kuti’s energy on stage each time he performs.

The three Afrobeat giant’s uniqueness has been able to keep the buoyancy of the Nigerian music firm soaring every single day. They push each other in various aspects and this has infused their qualities into what every single artist in Africa dreams to attain. They are in no doubt the three highest paid, performers and Afrobeat musicians in Africa.