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Ric Hassani, born Ikechukwu Eric Ahiauzu, is a Nigerian singer and songwriter known for his soulful sound and unique fashion style. He has released several hit songs that have earned him a place in the Nigerian music industry.
Early Life and Education
Ric Hassani was born on August 6, 1989, in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, Nigeria. He is the second child in a family of seven. His father was a businessman, and his mother was a teacher.
While growing up, Ric Hassani was exposed to music by his parents, who played songs by artists like Marvin Gaye, Michael Bolton, and Whitney Houston. He attended Corona Secondary School in Agbara, Lagos before proceeding to Covenant University, where he studied Biology.
Ric Hassani started his music career in 2013, with the release of his debut single “Save Me.” The song caught the attention of music lovers across Nigeria, and he was signed to Riverland Records.
In 2016, he released his hit single “Gentleman,” which became an instant hit and earned him a nomination for the Headies Award for Best Alternative Song. In 2017, he released his debut album “The African Gentleman,” which featured hit songs like “Only You” and “Police.” The album was well received by music critics and fans alike.
Since then, Ric Hassani has released several hit songs, including “Believe,” “Love You Anyway,” and “Thunder Fire You.” He has also collaborated with other artists such as Olamide and Peruzzi.
|2017||The African Gentleman|
|2019||Love, & Christmas|
|2021||The Prince I Became|
Aside from his music, Ric Hassani is also a talented fashion designer, known for his love of bow ties and hats. He has designed outfits for several Nigerian celebrities, including Tiwa Savage and Mr. Eazi.
Ric Hassani is currently single, and there is no information about any past relationships.
Cars and House
There is no information available about Ric Hassani’s car or house.
Ric Hassani’s net worth in dollars is estimated at $500,000, while his net worth in naira is estimated at ₦190 million. His net worth in other currencies includes:
- Canadian dollar: CAD 637,500
- Ghanaian cedi: GHS 2,925,000
- Kenyan shilling: KES 54,375,000
- South African rand: ZAR 7,175,000
- Ugandan shilling: UGX 1,825,000,000
- Indian rupee: INR 36,625,000
It is important to note that these figures are estimations and may not be entirely accurate.
Connect with Ric Hassani
You can listen to Ric Hassani’s music on Boomplay and connect with him on his social media accounts:
Ric Hassani is an exceptional talent that has made a unique mark in the Nigerian music industry. His soulful sound and amazing fashion sense continue to captivate audiences across Africa and beyond.