Wande Coal Biography, Age, career, Net Worth & Personal Life

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Biography Of Wande Coal

Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, best known as Wande Coal, is a top and well-respected Nigerian singer and songwriter. He is one of the founding stars of Afrobeats in Nigeria. He has been actively making music for an extended time and is a legend in the Nigerian music industry.

Wande Coal Age

Wande Coal is 37 years old.

Early Life and Education

Oluwatobi Wande Ojosipe, popularly known as Wande Coal, was born on the 18th of October, 1985, in Lagos State, Nigeria, to the family of Chief Ibukun Olufunto Ojosipe and Mrs. Omolara Oluwayemisi Ojosipe.

He attended the Staff Nursery and Primary School in Ijanikin, Lagos State, for his primary school education. Wande Coal attended the Federal Government College in Ijanikin for his secondary education before proceeding to the university.

Wande Coal attended and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Human Kinetics from the prestigious University of Lagos.

Personal Life

Wande Coal is currently married and has a son. But he has, however, kept the identity of his family private from the notice of the general public.


While Wande Coal was growing up, he participated in the church choir and started to learn a lot about music. His major break came when he met Don Jazzy and D’banj, the then founders of Mo’ Hits Records, a music-producing company that he later signed and worked under for years.

Wande Coal showcased his musical talent after featuring on D’banj’s singles, including Why Me, Loke, and Tonsibe. After that, he released his single “Ololufe,” a song in his album “Curriculum Vitae” (CV), which massively helped to increase his popularity and acceptance in the music industry.

Wande Coal later signed under “Mavin Records” in 2013 after the co-founders of Mo’ Hits disagreed and broke out. Under Mavin Records, he released several songs with his album “Mushin 2 Mo’ Hits,” also making waves.

In 2013, Wande Coal left Mavin Records to create his label “Black Diamond Entertainment.” He further took a break from music for two years before making his return in 2015 with an album titled “Wanted.”

Wande Coal has worked with several producers and has won some awards, including Best R&B/Pop single at the 2010 Hip Hop World Awards and African Artiste of the Year at the Ghana Music Awards still in 2010.

Net Worth

Wande Coal has an estimated net worth of between $7 million to $10 million.

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