Amina Buddafly, 32, was born in Germany and currently resides in the United States. Despite her young age and her foreign roots, Buddafly has been able to not only make a name for herself in the American R&B industry, but she has also managed to amass an approximate net worth of $300 million.
While not a substantial figure by any means, compared to her counterparts in the R&B industry, it is a good start and it also is the result of a lot of hard work, dedication, and efforts.
Amina’s main source of income and fame is her membership in the R&B pair known as Black Buddafly. Her bandmate, Jazz, is also her sister. After working at numerous night clubs and releasing songs, the pair was able to make it to fame when they caught the attention of Orin Ennis in 2002. After encountering Ennis, he gave them the key that launched their career: a contract with Def Jam Records.
Buddafly paired with Def Jam Records in 2005 an as a result of the pairing, Buddafly and her sister released two singles. The two singles, “Rock-a-Bye” and “Bad Girl ft. Fabulous.” The two songs reached prominence on the billboards, but were not enough to truly launch the duo into widespread fame. The lack of success with the songs resulted in Def Jam Records ending its partnership with Buddafly.
After parting from Def Jam, Buddafly and her sister paired with MBK Records/J. Unfortunately, that endeavor did not go so well, as the group also parted from the company in 2010. Despite the lack of success with music companies, Buddafly has still managed to make a name for herself and attain a comfortable net worth that should continue to grow with her fame.