» Okyeame Kwame Net Worth 2020

Okyeame Kwame Net Worth 2020

What is Okyeame Kwame net worth 2020

Okyeame Kwame is Made in Ghana Ambassador 

He is Often Known by fans as the rap doctor

Kwame Nsiah-Apau known by his stage name Okyeame Kwame and nicknamed Rap a Ghanaian musician, songwriter, creative director, and entrepreneur. He is one of the richest musicians in Ghana which is why many want to know Okyeame Kwame net worth 2020

Okyeame Kwame raps and sings mostly in the Twi dialect of the Akan language of Ghana. However, his versatile prowess sees him do songs in English as well. His stage name Okyeame chosen to reflect his lyrical fluidity means “linguist (of the royal court)” in his native Akan.

Aside from musical performances, Kwame launched in 2012 “The Versatile Show”, produced by himself and performed biannually at the National Theatre, a theater show in which he blends his music with drama and poetry.

Okyeame Kwame Net Worth 2020

Net Worth: $7 million.

According to our sources, Okyeame Kwame is estimated to worth about $7 million and this has placed him among the top richest musicians in Ghana. This does not come as a surprise considering that his music has attracted brands and non-governmental organizations.

Kwame runs his own record label One Mic Entertainment and also Firm Bridges Communications, co-founded with his wife, and he is a partner in the shoe manufacturing company Horseman Shoes. Due to his notoriety as a national icon in native Ghana, he became a brand ambassador for MTN Group, GT Bank and Coca-Cola in Ghana,  aside being appointed the public relations officer of the Musicians Union of Ghana (MUSIGA) from 2012 and the Ghana Music Right Owner (GHAMRO) in 2014.

From 2015, Kwame has also been appointed as the ambassador for “My African Union, My Voice” campaign launched by the African Union in Addis Ababa as part of the activities of the “State of the Union” (SOTU) – a Pan-African Civil Society Organizations project which is currently being implemented in African countries including Ghana. The stated goals of the campaign are to help to create public awareness of the objectives of the African Union and to promote active citizen participation in the implementation of its protocols, conventions, and policy decisions at the level of the member states of the Union.


Also, from 2015 he got appointed as the ambassador for the Junior Boys Mentoring Conference, a youth-focused non-governmental initiative in Accra which seeks to equip young people with the necessary knowledge and skills that will enable them to tackle challenges as they come into contact with the outside world.