How much is Dr Alban worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Dr Alban? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Dr Alban's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Dr. Alban is a Nigerian-Swedish musician and producer born in Oguta, Nigeria on August 26, 1957 with the name Alban Nwapa . \n He has had international fame in the 90s with his styles as techno reggae, dub, house and dance as: Hello Afrika, Look Who's Talking, It's My Life, Let the Beat and No Coke. Several years ago, he is based in Sweden, where he founded his record label Dr. Records . His artistic name is due to his profession of Dentist. \n His debut album, Hello Afrika, has sold nearly one million copies worldwide. His greatest success is the successor album One Love. \n \n\nDr_Alban's Biography \n Alban Nwapa grew up listening to Fela Kuti and James Brown. At age 23 he began studying dentistry. To pay for his university studies, Nwapa started creating his own music. During this time, Alban worked as a DJ at a well-known Stockholm club, Alphabet Street. His name quickly became known, especially since Alban often sang while playing the songs. DJ Ren\u00e9 noticed him and discovered him. Alban finished his studies and even opened his own dental office, keeping his DJ activity as a supplementary job. \n In 1990 he met Denniz PoP, from the SweMix label. Along with Denniz and rapper Leila K, her first album, Hello Africa, a declaration of love for her African homeland, broke all records. Alban Nwapa began to use the stage name of Dr. Alban, a nod to his dental studies. His album Hello Africa sold nearly 1 million copies worldwide. [citation required] \n A year later, this success was surpassed by their second album, One Love. They sold 1.6 million singles of the song It's my life (it was even used as background music for a Tampax ad). The disc sold immediately more than 1.7 million copies. They followed the albums Look who's talking and Born in Africa. Altogether, Dr. Alban has sold more than 5 million albums worldwide and more than 6 million singles, which earned him 7 silver records, 30 gold records and 30 platinum records. His song "No Coke" was used to illustrate an anti-drug campaign in Sweden. \n After the reissue of No Coke, Dr. Alban confirmed his Eurodance style with his hit Look who's talking now. \n He created his own record company, 'Dr. Records', with which he released Born in Africa, the first CD recorded completely in his studios. He also produced projects for artists such as La Cream and Daddyt Showkey. \n More recently, his voice appeared on the Sash single! Color the world. After a year of silence, he returned with a new song called Because of you, followed by What do I do and a new album, not related to Euro-dance. Alban was very satisfied with the new album Prescription. Many hands were involved in making this new album sound special. There are also guest appearances by Tony Rebell and Anthony B. \n Dr. Alban is the cousin of another famous Nigerian musician, Charles "Charlie Boy" Oputa. He is also the uncle of Ricarda W\u00e4ltken, of the German hip hop band Tic Tac Toe. \n In 2007, Dr. Alban releases a new album, Back to basics. It is only sold on the internet through its official website, except in Russia, where it will be sold on CD and cassette. \n In 2008, Dr. Alban released a single along with Haddaway titled "We Love The 90's". \n On February 15, 2014, at the Scandinavium in Gothenburg, Dr. Alban has partnered with Jessica Folcker on the third series of Melodifestivalen 2014 performing the song "Around the world". They could not qualify in the final to represent Sweden at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen, Denmark. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Dr Alban\n\nThe Dr Alban's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.