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Nathaniel Bassey Personal Life, Education, Career, Achievements And Net Worth

Nathaniel Bassey is a multi-award-winning Nigerian gospel artist, motivational speaker popularly known for his ability to play the trumpet.

Nathaniel Bassey was born in the year 1978 to Mr. Joshua Bassey, a famous pastor of the Christ Apostolic Church, Bashua Assembly, in Lagos State, Nigeria. He hails from Ikot Ofon Ikono, Akwa Ibom, Nigeria. He is married to Serah Bassey and the couple is blessed with two beautiful kids.

Nathaniel Bassey Educational Background

Nathaniel         Bassey is an alumnus of the University of Lagos (UNILAG). At UNILAG, Nathaniel Bassey studies Urban and Regional planning. From there, he furthered his schooling at the University of London, where he studied Politics and International Relations. From there, he took up a course in music at the prestigious Middlesex University Summer School.

Nathaniel Bassey Music Career

Nathaniel Bassey is arguably one of the most influential gospel singers in Africa with many hit gospel singles and albums to his name. Below is a list of Nathaniel Bassey’s top albums;

Someone’s at The Door – 2010

Son of God and Imela – 2014

This God Is Too Good – 2016

Revival Flames – 2017

Jesus: The Resurrection and the Life – 2018

Nathaniel Bassey: Awards and Achievements

The following awards prove why Nathaniel Bassey is arguably the most decorated gospel artist in West Africa;

City People Music Award for Gospel Artiste of the Year – 2017

Best Gospel Artist at the Africa Muzik Magazine Awards & Music Festival Awards (AFRIMMA) – 2017

Jesus the Resurrection and Life was nominated for Album of Excellence at the African Gospel Music Awards (AGMMA) – 2019

Artist of the Year nominee by the Crystal Gospel Awards – 2019

Nathaniel Bassey: Net worth and Sources of Income

According to Elite Musicians Official, Nathaniel Bassey’s net worth is pegged at $500,000.00. A significant portion of his money is made from his career as a musician and also from revenues generated from his numerous gospel concerts.


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