If you’re a serious listener to Nigerian music, you’ve probably heard of Masterkraft.
Sunday Ginikachukwu Nweka, better known by his stage name Masterkraft, is a well-known Nigerian performer, disc jockey, songwriter, and record producer.
After joining one of the greatest record labels, Kennis Music, he became famous.
At birth, Masterkraft’s name was Sunday Ginikachukwu Nweka.
He was born into a typical household in one of Lagos State’s busiest neighborhoods, Ajegunle.
He is an Ibo native of Enugu State in southeast Nigeria.
Young Masterkraft was incredibly brilliant and desired to become an accountant.
Despite originating from a low-income family, he worked so hard in school to win the common entrance exam at his school, Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government School, Ajegunle, and receive a government scholarship.
Unfortunately, his uneducated and illiterate parents didn’t understand the scholarship, thus they turned down the chance. At that point, Masterkraft’s aspiration to become an accountant was dashed, but the superstar persisted.
Young when his father passed away, the family was left with a tremendous hole to fill and through years of suffering.
He had to work manual labor to support himself and his family.
In Lagos State’s local community of Ajegunle, Masterkraft attended the Ajeromi Ifelodun Local Government School for his education.
Unfortunately, he was unable to continue his education because of financial constraints, despite the fact that the Lagos State government had offered him a scholarship after he excelled at his school’s common entrance examination. His parents, however, foolishly rejected the scholarship offer and instead wanted him to work as an apprentice for a business owner in Alaba Market, Lagos State.
At a very young age, Masterkraft began an exceptional career as a DJ by singing in the junior choir for his church.
He chose a difficult route to pursue a career as a professional DJ. This was primarily brought on by his father’s unexpected passing, which forced him to hustle hard on Lagos’s streets with physical labor jobs while also keeping his eyes on his goal of becoming a DJ.
In 2009, Masterkraft was featured on him after he signed a contract to become an official DJ for Kennis Music, one of the biggest record labels in Nigeria.
Even after meeting Nigeria’s most well-known rapper, MI Abaga, who later introduced him to Banky W, another significant figure in the music industry, he didn’t give up on his attempts.
Masterkraft gained greater traction and produced a number of top hits in Nigeria, including “Girl” by Bracket with Wizkid, “Fine Lady” with Lynxx and Wizkid, “Jasi” by Bank W, and many more.
After collaborating with Yoruba rapper CDQ to produce the popular dance tune Indomie by Olamide, he gained additional notoriety.
Masterkraft is a talented music producer who is highly known outside of Nigeria. According to sources, he demands a minimum of 500,000 nairas to produce a song and 300,000 nairas to perform live.
Masterkraft manages his social life just as effectively. He can notify fans about forthcoming concerts or events and display his artwork on well-known social media channels. He is quite forthcoming about;
Popular Nigerian disc jockey Masterkraft stands 5 feet 6 inches tall and weighs 65 lbs.
He is currently childless and single. But he said in one of his interviews that he won’t get married till his close friend and fellow performer Flavour does.
Masterkraft once dated Ada Eze, a stunning woman from Nigeria.
One of the most well-known DJs in Africa is Masterkraft, who has a tale of rising from the “grass to grace.”
His net worth is thought to be $3.6 million. He writes songs and produces music as well. He also owns a number of homes both inside and outside Lagos State, along with a fleet of vehicles.