2019 Lady Jaydee estimated earnings, Parents, Songs

Judith Wambura Mbibo aka Lady Jaydee is a beautiful singer, songwriter, rapist, and pianist from Tanzania. Jaydee is famous as the Queen of Bongo Flava and gives her hit singles “Joto Hazira,” “boyfriend,” and “Yahaya.” She has also sung her hit single in the Coke Studio Africa. The lady singer has also worked with African music legend Salif Keita and Coke Studio Africa Music Director, Franck Biyong.

Jaydee with her Boyfriend

Jaydee has an estimated net worth of $ 3.7 million as per 2019 from her professional career and also give a big hit to the music industry. This Tanzanian rapper married with her ex-husband Gardner Habbash, Clouds FM presenter in 2005. But later in 2016, the couple separated with unknown reasons. 

How much Lady Jaydee earns till now?

This 38 years old singer has an estimated net worth of $3.7million as per 2019, where her annual earnings are under the limelight. Besides her professional career, she also has so many sponsors and advertises companies who pay her vast wealth. She used to be a part of the music group before debuting solo in the music industry with an album named Machozi, which released in 2000.

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Lady jaydee’s stunning dress as from her net worth

She is the wealthiest musician as well as the wealthiest female artist from Tanzania. Jaydee owns Masaki Mansion, Mercedes Benz C-Glass, Toyota Prado VX, White Range Rover Evoque and so on. 

Who is the father and mother of Tanzanian Singer Lady Jaydee

Lady Jaydee was born on June 15, 1979, in Shinyanga Tanzania. Jaydee was born as Judith Wambura Mbibo to the parents Lameck Mbibo and Martha Mbibo. She has nine siblings where it is like big family. She went to Zanaki Secondary School. In 2017, she signed to one of Africa’s most successful music labels, Taurus Musik. 

Awards and achievements of lady Jaydee 

In her singing career, Jaydee has won “Best Female Artist Award” at Pearl of Africa Music Awards, “Best R&B Album” at the Tanzania Music Awards, “Best Female Video for South Africa” to name a few of them.