10. Size 8
Linet Masiro Munyali started off as a secular artist before switching her allegiance to gospel music.
No one ever thought that the bubbly Size 8 would rise up the ladder to become one of the top earners in the music industry, leave alone making the elite list of richest musicians in Kenya.
Size 8 is one of the few gospel artistes to have landed multiple multi-million endorsement deals, and is currently a TV host.
Her daughter Ladasha Belle even landed a mega deal worth millions as a diapers ambassador. The other day she said she gives her husband DJ MO all her money plus 4 other things.
Herbert Nakitare, better known as Nonini, is one of the richest musicians in Kenya.
Having rose to fame with his song Wee Kamu, Nonini started a music genre alongside Jua Cali called Genge. He was once a radio host, and currently runs ProHabo Entertainment.
The godfather of Genge even introduced the infamous P-Unit, which has produced multiple hits over the years. Nonini owns several businesses and is to a large extent a philanthropist.