Rap Goddess Biography: Age, Parents, Net Worth, Songs, Boyfriend, Real Name, Wikipedia

July 4, 2024 0 Posted By Kaptain Kush


Maureen James Ochigbo Ajogwu (born September 30) is a Nigerian-American musical artist known professionally as Rap Goddess. She is a rapper, songwriter, and performer who has risen to stardom in the music industry.

The Hip-Hop maestro is also a medical practitioner and entrepreneur. She is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of RG Records.

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Wiki Facts & About Data
Real Name: Maureen James Ochigbo Ajogwu
Stage Name: Rap Goddess
Born: September 30 (age ?? years old)
Place of Birth: Niagara County West Coast Medical Center, New York, United States
State Of Origin: Benue State
Nationality: Nigerian
Education: University of Port Harcourt
Height: 1.64 m
Parents: James Ochigbo Ajogwu, Rose Agbo
Siblings: John Ochigbo Ajogwu, Robert Ochigbo Ajogwu, Joseph Ochigbo Ajogwu, Martha Ochigbo Ajogwu, Alice Ochigbo Ajogwu, Mary Ochigbo Ajogwu, Vivian Ochigbo Ajogwu
Spouse: Not Married
Boyfriend • Partner: N/A
Children: N/A
Occupation: Rapper • Songwriter
Net Worth: $20 million-$22 million (USD)

Early Life

Rap Goddess was born in Niagara County West Coast Medical Center in the United States and is an American citizen by birth. She was born to Nigerian parents who had emigrated to the United States. She arrived in the world on September 30th to the family of Mr. James Ochigbo Ajogwu and Mrs. Rose Agbo, and she also holds Nigerian citizenship.

Days after her birth, Rap Goddess‘ parents registered her birth with the name Maureen James Ochigbo Ajogwu. She spent her childhood and teenage years residing with her family in one of the Metropolitan cities in the United States. Although born in the USA and raised in Nigeria, Rap Goddess traces her roots to the middle belt central geopolitical zone of Nigeria. She is originally from Benue State but grew up in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Growing up, Rap Goddess and her family associated themselves with the Black Community in the United States. Hence, she lived in predominantly black neighbourhoods during her formative years. She is from a family of seven and has 6? Siblings – four sisters and 3 brothers, including Joseph Ochigbo Ajogwu, Martha Ochigbo Ajogwu, Alice Ochigbo Ajogwu, Mary Ochigbo Ajogwu, and Vivian Ochigbo Ajogwu.


Rap Goddess underwent preschool, elementary, middle, and high education at leading public-owned schools in the United States. She had graduated from high school with good grades after four years of study.

After earning her high school diploma, Rap Goddess enrolled at one of America’s choice universities for further study, after four academic sessions, she earned a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree from the University of Port Harcourt.


From high school, Rap Goddess harboured dreams of becoming a music artist. Her love for music was sparked in childhood, inspired by leading Hip-Hop and Gospel artists of the time. By her teenage years, she had started writing her own gospel songs and would perform her renditions of popular gospel tracks for her siblings. Rap Goddess began her musical journey in 2009, dedicating her free time to writing gospel songs in her bedroom and recording a few as an indie gospel artist.

As she evolved creatively, Rap Goddess transitioned from gospel to Hip Hop in 2011, marking the start of her career as a rapper. She has since honed her skills through underground rap battles and studio sessions. She frequently visits local studios and collaborates with producers and A&Rs to perfect her craft. Over the years, she has released several mixtapes, building a loyal fanbase within her community.

After much anticipation, Rap Goddess released her debut album, Big Motion, on April 14th, 2024. This 7-track project has been a massive hit in the Hip-Hop scene, achieving impressive streaming numbers and gaining extensive airplay across radio stations in North America, Europe, and Africa. The album has topped several local music charts worldwide, especially in Nigeria. Big Motion‘s success has significantly boosted her popularity in the African Hip-Hop industry, earning her the title of leading female rapper by music critics.

The standout tracks on Big Motion include “Holla,” “Lovesick,” “D Koko,” “What’s The Time,” “I Love My Life,” “Motiwa Online,” and “Have Paid All My Dues.” She collaborated with top producers Pennywipe, Pappisman, Limrixn, and HB, with Pappisman and HB producing two tracks. Pappisman also mixed and mastered all the songs on the project.

In addition to her career as a music artist, Rap Goddess is a music executive. She is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of RG Records.


  • Big Motion The Album
  • Holla
  • Lovesick
  • D Koko
  • What’s The Time
  • I Love My Life
  • Motiwa Online
  • Have Paid All My Dues

Social Media

Rap Goddess has over 1 million active followers on her main Instagram account and over 9k followers on her backup Instagram account.

Her previous 960k Twitter account got hacked, and now she has opened a new account with over 5k followers. She is also gaining attention on YouTube due to the release of the Big Motion album and the D Koko virtual.

  • Instagram: @rapgoddess
  • Twitter: @rapgoddess_
  • TikTok @.rap goddess
  • Facebook: Rap Goddess
  • YouTube: @rapgoddess.
  • Website:Therapgoddess.com (Under Maintenance)
  • Spotify: Rap Goddess
  • Audiomack: Rap Goddess
  • Apple Music: Rap Goddess
  • Boomplay: Rap Goddess
  • Musixmatch: Rap Goddess
  • SoundCloud: Rap Goddess

Awards & Nomination

In recognition of Rap Goddess‘ prowess as a trailblazing female music act, she won the Best Female Rapper at the 2023 Signatory Fashion Show.

She has also been awarded as the Most Beautiful Female Rapper in Nigeria.

Personal Life

Rap Goddess is Nigeria’s most beautiful female rapper. The gorgeous female music star celebrates her birthday on September 30th every year. She is fair-skinned and 5.4ft tall. She speaks English and her native language fluently. She currently maintains residences in Nigeria and the United States.

Rap Goddess has a close bond with her family members. When she is not working, she spends her free time holidaying at her parents’ home or visiting her siblings. Rap Goddess‘ siblings are Joseph, John, Robert, Martha, Alice, Mary, and Vivian Ochigbo Ajogwu. She is currently single and has never been married. The music star is also a Philanthropist and wears the hat of a humanitarian. She is the Founder and Executive Director of God’s Given Foundation.

Rap Goddess is also a Medical Practitioner with several years of experience in the health sector. She is a trained Nurse who has a thriving medical career. More so, she is an Entrepreneur and has shareholdings in some SMEs operating in Nigeria and the United States of America (USA). Rap Goddess is one of the few female founders of a music record label. The indie record label’s “RG Records” name was coined from the music star’s stage name.

Net Worth

Rap Goddess has amassed a fortune from her success in the music industry and working in the healthcare sector.

She is estimated to be worth $20 million to $22 million (USD).

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