Last Thursday, Aya Nakamura was teasing a new track on Instagram. “I take it out on Friday?”, she asked her subscribers. Verdict, this September 23, she swings “VIP”, a title with ultra-spicy lyrics. With what already looks like a hit, the singer settles her accounts. “You imitate me but you can’t surpass me”, “They wonder who I take me for, the muse of your life my darling”, can we hear him sing. broadcast on Youtubehis fans are unanimous. “Every sound of Aya is a nugget”, “The beatmaker is good and Aya has a way of her own to put her voice. A good little hit once again”, “Our global Aya is releasing an album so that we can warm up this winter with your music too proud of you heavy sound we validate”can we read among the comments more laudatory than the others.
Aya Nakamura back after the controversy. On August 6, the interpreter of “Djadja” and his companion Vladimir Boudnikoff were heard in police custody at the Rosny-sous-Bois police station for “reciprocal violence on a spouse”. After several hours spent at the police station, the couple came out with a judicial summons according to information from LCI and TF1. “There were no real blows, there was no strangulation, we are more about damage to objects”we learned. “Thank you to the people who send me messages but I’m doing very well. I have no days of ITT etc.! Nothing serious apart from the GAV which is a special experience. But hey in real life we looked we got found eh and life goes on”had then declared the beautiful brunette.
With her new title, “VIP”, Aya intends to raise her fortune even higher. According to the website youtubers.me which analyzes the income from the Youtube platform, Aya Nakamura would earn no less than 50,000 euros thanks to the viewing of her clips on the platform. A sum genome which however represents only a whole part of the income of the singer. According to the website I enjoy which lists the fortunes of stars, Aya Nakamura’s fortune would amount to 4 million euros in 2022. And that’s not counting her collaborations with major luxury brands, such as Balenciaga.