Nonini net worth is one topic of interest because he has been in the music industry for more than a decade, in fact, he is regarded as a music pioneer in Kenya.
I am sure you want to know some exciting facts about this popular figure in Kenya’s music industry.
He is widely known especially in his home country by the title “Godfather” as well as by his controversial lyrics. In fact, he has been listed as one of the top 10 richest rappers in kenya
Nonini is a very famous and very influential Kenyan hip hop rapper, radio presenter, businessman, radio presenter, and philanthropist who has earned a great fortune for himself, as his net worth shows.
Nonimi Net Worth
Nonini’s net worth is estimated to be around $8 Million. This is due to his record label, being a radio presenter, and through his music, where he has been active since 2002.
His journey as a musician still continues without let up. He is a business mogul who also sells customized face masks and has received numerous support in Kenyan society.
Nonini Awards & Nomination
Nonini net worth had a great boost because he has been consistent with his music and has been continuously releasing mega-hits that have been welcomed and appreciated by his fans
Nonini’s Early Life
Nonini who was born Hubert Nakitare on the 2ndof October 1982 in California Estate, Nairobi, Kenya, s of the Luhya decent
Nonini had a great passion for music, as such he allowed his life to revolve around music and it didn’t take long before he came to the limelight when he signed into Calif Records in 2002.
Nonini later signed for Homeboyz Production where he released his hit single titled Nonini Ni Nani.
The single was a bang and later won him many plaudits and recognition in the Kenyan Urban Music industry.
In that same year, the Kenyan music icon released his second single “Manxi WA Nairobi which became one of the most featured songs on the radio stations.
Immediately after the release of Manxi WA Nairobi was the release of Weh Kamu. In 2004, Nonini released his first studio album titled Hanyaring Game.
The album Hanyaring Game contained several hit singles such as Keroro, a slang that stands for beer in Kenya.
Nonini also did several collaborations with prominent Kenya artistes like Nameless to produce the track “furahi-day” which was regarded as a Friday national anthem; he also worked with Tanzanian music artiste Juma Nature on the single Nani Mwenza which became a hit in the region.
Since the creation of the crew, P-Unit, several hit songs have been released, Notably “Si Lazima” which is the Swahili language that means “its not a must”.
In 2007, at the Kisima Music Awards, P-Unit won the Boomba Group category, this was the first time Nonini won a Kisima award.
Nonini founded the Pro-Habo Unit (P-Unit) in 2003. The group consisted of famous rappers Frasha, Gabu and Bonnie as well as Nonini himself.
In 2010, the popular album titled “Wagenge Hao” which contained 17 tracks was released. Recorded by Decimal Media. In 2011 the song “Gentleman” in collaboration with the famous Kenyan group Sauti Sol was released.
The song “You guy (Dat Dendai)” which became a hit, was released in 2012. The song was later termed explicit and was banned by Citizen TV. In 2013 the single “Mobimba” featured Alicios Theluji.
In 2014, the crew released a good number of hit singles including the hit single “love”, video which was shot and directed in South Africa, was released on Valentine’s day.
The group was later rumored to have separated but in 2015 the rumored was confirmed to be false. Though individuals members of the group have been working on solo projects.
In total the group has released two albums namely; Wagenge Hao (2010) and Wagenge Hao Tena (2014). What is more interesting about this music icon, Nonini is that he is also a philanthropist who co-parents kids with Wamaitha Mwangi. at an orphanage.