The Nigerian music industry is unarguably one of the biggest and the most profitable in the world.
One of the strengths of the music industry is its capacity to turn musicians into millionaires within a short period.
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Nigerian musicians in a bid to live large and spend their big money on big things splash millions on different luxury cars.
Rolls Royce is a brand of car some Nigerian musicians have decided to purchase at the peak of their careers.
It’s actually one of the most expensive car brands made only for the big boys.
Here Are 8 Nigerian Music Artistes Who Have Spent Millions On different Rolls Royces:-
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8. DJ Cuppy
Cuppy gifted herself a whopping N162 million Rolls Royce Phantom VIII as a Christmas present in December 2019.
The luxury car has a personalized license plate that reads “7FO.”
DJ Cuppy announced in 2022 that she received a brand-new Rolls Royce Cullinan as a gift for her fictitious birthday.
She is both a well-known Disc Jockey and the daughter of billionaire Femi Otedola of Nigeria. She is 30 years old and has a fleet of expensive cars.
7. KWAM 1
Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde Marshal, a renowned fuji artist known by the stage name “K1 De Ultimate,” owns a Rolls-Royce Ghost in his garage.
To honor his Maiyegun of Yorubaland title, “K1 De Ultimate” bought the car in January 2020. The cost of this super-luxury car is N200 million.
Phyno, real name Chibuzor Nelson Azubuike, owns a Rolls-Royce Phantom 7. The Phantom is one of three British-made ultra-luxury vehicles in his collection.
Phyno’s garage also holds a Bentley Continental and a Range Rover Sport SUV.
Daniel Oyebanjo, better known by his stage name Oladapo D’banj, is the proud owner of a Rolls-Royce Wraith.
D’Banj gave himself the Rolls-Royce Wraith for his 39th birthday in 2019. The ultra-exclusive two-door grand tourer (GT) is worth 100 million.
4. Mr. P (Psquare)
Peter Okoye, one half of the musical duo P-Square, has been reported to own two Rolls-Royces.
To announce the acquisition of the luxury car, Mr. P published a photo of himself and his son standing with his Phantom 7.
3. Burna Boy
To celebrate a successful year, Burna Boy, real name Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu, spent more than 125 million on a Rolls-Royce Dawn in December 2019.
The Grammy Award winner’s second acquisition in a week was a 4-seat premium convertible supercar that was handcrafted in Britain.
In 2021, Davido joined the Rolls-Royce Nigerian club after adding N350 million Cullinan SUV to his impressive collection of vehicles.
The “Timeless” singer said that the Cullinan is his first Rolls-Royce while displaying it to his fans.
This African artist may be the only one who has three Rolls Royce Cullinan in his garage. Many people found it difficult to believe that Wizkid had bought three Rolls Royce in the space of six months after hearing the news.
But Wiz recently confirmed it when he displayed his third Rolls Royce.