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Top 10 Superstar Nigerian Artistes And Their Side Hustle



Music is a very lucrative business in Nigeria. Lots of artistes with humble beginnings have made fortune with music.

As lucrative as music is, it’s filled with uncertainties. Some artistes are one hit-wonders. Some would only reign for a while and go underground again.

The uncertainty in the music business sometimes pushed some musicians into having a real business as side-hustles.


There are many Nigerian artistes who have businesses outside music and at Sauce.NG we are bringing you a list of top 10 stars with cool side-hustle in the music industry.

No be all music business entity in Nigeria is funded by yahoo!! Let’s go

Eva Alordiah

Elohor Eva Alordiah, often known as Eva Alordiah or simply Eva, is a multi-talented woman who recently revealed her reason for leaving the music industry. Eva is a rapper, entrepreneur, entertainer, make-up artist, and make-up artist.

Eva is also a well-known author who has written several books. In 2016, she published her debut novel, 11 (eleven).


It consists of 11 s3x-themed short stories. It’s a collection of semi-erotic stories, to put it that way.

Her second novel, released in 2018, is another fictional story about two adolescent girls who are raped and assaulted in a local public school on a Monday morning, with a bunch of marijuana dealers as suspects.

It’s called How Did I Begin My Monday? I was puffing on a joint. Eva also has a podcast that is up and running.


Akitoye Balogun, as Ajebutter22, is noted for his sweet, soothing raps delivered in a low-pitched voice.


When he’s not performing magic, however, the rapper keeps his day job.

He worked at Gamesole, Renaissance AMC, and Stanbic IBTC between February and November 2015.

After graduating with a B.Eng in petroleum engineering and an M.Eng in engineering project management, he spent four years at Cisco, a worldwide IT business, where he oversaw strategic and technical collaborations with behemoths such as Microsoft, Orange Business, and others.

Mr. Eazi

Mr. Eazi was and still is a businessman. Before he became famous for his music, he sold gold ornaments and other items in Ghana and organized campus rave parties.


He and his business partner also established a now-defunct phone trading company that received around $30,000 in funding. He left the company owing to disagreements with his co-founder.

He currently owns and runs a phone trading and repair business in Nigeria, which he co-owns with Airtel Nigeria. Eazi also owns a betting company.

Yemi Alade

The lovely and brilliant lady, who is known both at home and abroad for her voluminous hairstyle, good music, booming dancing skills, and Ankara fabric attire, is Africa’s third most followed artiste on Instagram and the most followed woman. She is a powerful influencer who genuinely enjoys what she does.

Yemi Alade launched her jewelry brand, the Yemi Alade collection, in 2015, which featured an exclusive variety of jewelry inspired by her profession and personality.


Trey Songz of the United States wore one of her outfits in 2016, which she documented on social media.

There haven’t been any recent discussions on it. She hasn’t mentioned it in a recent post.


Becoming the most sought-after act at some time in one’s career undoubtedly comes with a hefty salary, which we hope Harrysong put to good use.

While struggling with the realization that his career isn’t as bright as it once was, the musician just disclosed he has a a side hustle; farming. A revelation the singer made himself on social media.




Although the Koko Master is having financial difficulties, his bank account continues to grow.

D’Banj has capitalized on the ‘Koko’ brand to launch profitable products like as Koko Garri and Koko Water.

His enormous endorsement partnerships with power companies like the Bank of Industry have also contributed to his business’s success. He has a cocoa field in Ghana, according to reports.


Dbanj also owns Koko Lounge, a nightclub that no longer looks to be popular; he also owned Kokomobile, a mobile phone that did not catch on.

D’Banj, on the other hand, released his own perfume brand in December 2021.


Mr P, Peter Okoye, is the owner of a well-known sports betting firm. His gin firm, APHRO, was recently launched.

Mr. P has worked in the beverage and bottling industry for a few years. He is claimed to be the owner of a multi-million naira factory in Lagos, which is a subsidiary of Peter Okoye’s P-Classic Group (PCG).


The Okoye brothers (P-Square) are rumored to be involved in real estate and oil.

Olamide Baddo

Olamide Adedeji, well known professionally as Olamide Badoo, is a proud owner of a gas station in Bariga, Lagos State. Olamide, the YBNL chairman, has a fueling station named Rain Oil in addition to music and owning a record label.

Don Jazzy

Don Jazzy is an entrepreneur who doesn’t rely solely on his prominence as a music mogul. The Mavin chief is first and foremost an entrepreneur.

Aside from music, he is involved in real estate, owns Mavin Energy Limited, an oil and gas company he co-founded with his brother, and co-owns Flobyt, a free Wi-Fi provider alongside Dele Odufeye.


2Baba, a legendary Nigerian singer and entrepreneur, is a fantastic musician and businessman.


His commercial acumen has only grown since he first came to prominence more than two decades ago.

He has dabbled in real estate and is also the proprietor of a nightclub. He is said to be the owner of “Rumours,” a nightclub having locations in Ikeja GRA, Festac Town, and now Victoria Island. He’s also a farmer in Benue, with a lot of land.

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