The Cavemen Biography, Career, Relationship, Net Worth & Age

The Cavemen are a talented and innovative duo who are breathing new life into the highlife genre. They are born in early 90s and there music is a testament to their passion for this timeless style of music and their ability to create music that is both purist and self-sustaining.

In this article, you will get to know all about The Cavemen music and success.

Profile Summary

Celebrity Name

The Cavemen

Birth Name

Kingsley Okorie & Benjamin James

Date of Birth

early 90s


Musician, Songwriter,

Record label

Virgin Records,

Sounds From The Cave,

Man’s Ruin Records




late 20s


Made Kuti




2018 – till date

Net worth (2023)

$300,000 – $500,000

The Cavemen’s Biography

The Cavemen is a Nigerian highlife band consisting of the brother-and-sister duo Kingsley Okorie, a bassist, and Benjamin James, a drummer. Born and raised in Lagos State, Nigeria, in the early 90s, the siblings hail from Orlu, Imo State, and began their careers as choristers.

Kingsley earned a law degree from Babcock University and the Nigerian Law School’s Kano campus, while Benjamin attended the Peter King College of Music in Badagry, Lagos.

Kingsley and Benjamin were exposed to high-life music by their driver, who always played songs by Oliver De Coque.

This sparked their passion for highlife music and their musical style, which is a mix of Afro-beats, jazz, soul, and highlife music.

They credit their mother, who preferred evangelical music, and their father, who preferred pop artists such as Michael Jackson and Westlife, for exposing them to various musical genres in their younger years.

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The Caveman’s Career

The Cavemen were officially formed in March 2018 and were discovered by Lady Donli.

They stylized their band name with a dot (The Cavemen.) to avoid lawsuits from a New Zealand artist with the trademarked name.

They are known for their live performances and have collaborated with artists such as Cobhams Asuquo, M.I., Made Kuti, and more.

In 2020, they released their debut single, “Osondu,” and their debut album, “Roots,” which was recorded in their living room and produced by the duo.

They produced 11 songs on Lady Donli’s “Enjoy Your Life” album, and she was a co-executive producer on “Roots.” The Cavemen performed at the finale show of the fifth season of Big Brother Naija.

In October 2021, they released their sophomore album, “Love and Highlife,” which features guest appearances from Cobhams Asuquo, Made Kuti, PC Lapez, and Etuk Ubong. The album was praised for recreating highlife in an innovative way that retains its traditional essence.

The Cavemen’s Achievements and Awards

The Cavemen won the 2020 Headies Award for Best Alternative Album. Their music has been praised for its subject matter, which focuses on love and philosophy, and their ability to recreate highlife music while retaining its essence.

The Cavemen’s music is self-sustaining and does not pander to any particular group or seek validation from anyone.

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The Cavemen Songs

  • Osundu
  • Akaraka
  • Me You I
  • Runaway Lady
  • Ifeoma Odoo
  • Bolo Bolo
  • Anita 

The Cavemen albums

  • Roots
  • Love and highlife

The Cavemen’s Relationship

The Cavemen’s relationship status is unknown as of now.

The Cavemen’s Social Handle

You can follow The Cavemen duo on Instagram at @The.Cavemen for updates on there music and more. 

The Cavemen’s net worth

The cavemen’s net worth is estimated to be $300,000–$500,000. 

Which country is the Cavemen duo team from?

The Cavemen duo are citizens of Nigeria and currently reside there.

How old is The Cavemen in 2023?

The Cavemen, born Benjamin James and Kingsley Okorie, are in their late 20s (2023).

Which record label signs The Cavemen?

The Cavemen are currently signed to Sounds From The Cave, Virgin Records, and Man’s Ruin Records.


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