Angelique Kidjo Biography
Angelique Kidjo was born on July 14, 1960, in Cotonou, Benin. The Grammy-winning Beninese singer who has performed at many prestigious events and locations, including the opening concert of the 2012 FIFA World Cup (with Shakira) and the sold-out show, at Carnegie Hall. She had the opportunity to sing for Nelson Mandela during concert 46664 in Cape Town, South Africa. She started singing very young and was known for her powerful voice.
She is one of the most successful soul singers. She is on the list of celebrities born on July 14, 1960. She is one of the wealthiest soul singers who was born in Benin. She also has a position on the list of the most popular soul singers. Angelique Kidjo is one of the celebrities in our database at 59 years old.
She was born in Cotonou, Benin. We have no information on the names of the parents of Angelique Kidjo. Our team is currently working, and we will update the information on the family, brothers and sisters, spouses, and children. We don’t have much information on educational life at the moment.
Angelique Kidjo Net Worth
According to NetWorthsPedia, Wikipedia, Forbes, IMDb, and various online resources, the net worth of famous soul singer Angelique Kidjo at 59 is $ 5 million. A professional soul singer earned money. She comes from Benin.
|Estimated Net Worth in 2020||$5 Million|
|Previous Year’s Net Worth (2019)||Under Review|
|Annual Salary||Under Review.|
|Income Source||Primary Income source Soul Singer (profession).|
|Net Worth Verification Status||Not Verified|
Angelique Kidjo – Age, Height and Body Measurements
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Facts About Angelique Kidjo
- Angelique Kidjo’s age 59 years old.
- Birthday July 14, 1960.
- Birth Sign Cancer.
- She was nominated for a Grammy award for the music video for her song “Agolo,” and won a Grammy for her album DJIN DJIN.
Angelique Kidjo on Instagram
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“No man on this planet is going to tell me that it is not possible to empower their daughters and respect women.” Angelique Kidjo, March 6th 2020 – General Assembly of the United Nations.@UN @Women @UNICEF #IWD2020 @BatongaFdn #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/S4Mr1a3oII
— Angelique Kidjo (@angeliquekidjo) March 7, 2020