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Hamisu Breaker Biography And Net Worth

Hamisu Breaker Biography And Net Worth

Hamisu Breaker is one among the most popular Hausa musician in Nigeria. He is widely known mostly in the north for his talents in music.

In this post, I will be sharing with you Hamisu Breaker Biography And Net Worth.

Hamisu Breaker Biography And Net Worth

Hamisu Breaker Biography

Hamisu Breaker is a renowned Songwriter, stage performer, and a musician who sings in Hausa language.

He was born and raised in Dorayi Gwale area located in Kano State. Hamisu completed both his primary and secondary school in Kano before venturing into the industry.

The talented singer has been making name for herself in the industry. He has released numerous songs since joining the Industry.

Breaker rose to public notice in 2020 after releasing one of his best songs titled ‘Karshen Kauna’ this song made him known by everyone because it became like a national anthem.

Here are some of the lastest songs released by Hamisu Breaker

Jaruma

Sirrin Zuciya

Karshen Kauna

Kece

Mai Tafoya

Jaruma Mata

Mai Sona

So Dangin Mutuwa

Nagane Duniya

Daga Yarda

Bakan Gizo

Bazana Manta Maryam Ba

So Na Gaskiya

Sakon Amarya

Karsten Kauna

Hamisu Breaker Wife

Hamisu is currently not yet married as of the time of posting this article.

Hamisu Breaker Net Worth

Hamisu Breaker is currently on the list of the top richest Hausa Musicians in Nigeria. He makes a huge amount of money from singing. The net worth of Hamisu Breaker was estimated to be around $100,000 as of 2021.

Hamisu Breaker Profile

Real Name: Hamisu Sa’id Yusuf

Age: 28 years old.

Date of Birth: 1992

State of Origin: Kano

Occupation: Songwriter, Stage Performer, Musician

Place of birth: Kano State

Net Worth: $100,000

Marital Status: Single

Tribe: Hausa

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