Samuel Soba Net Worth

Samuel Soba is the mysterious husband of pop-star Keri Hilson. Despite extensive research, there is still much confusion surrounding Soba's identity, with many sources suggesting he is NBA player Serge Ibaka. Rumors of divorce between Keri and Soba have circulated, but no confirmation has been given. All images of Soba are actually of Ibaka, and Keri has never spoken publicly about her married life.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Keri Hilson's Husband
Birth Year 1982
Birth Place Cuyahoga County, Ohio, United States, United States

💰 Net worth

Samuel Soba, who is best known as Keri Hilson's husband in the United States, is said to have a net worth that ranges between $100,000 and $1 million by 2024. While exact figures are subject to speculation and various sources, this estimation still highlights Soba's status as a successful individual. As a recognized figure through his association with the popular singer-songwriter Keri Hilson, Soba has likely achieved financial success through his career endeavors. Despite limited information on his profession or business ventures, his net worth showcases his significant financial standing in the upcoming years.

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While at Winchester Cathedral Wesley was largely responsible for the Cathedral's acquisition in 1854 of the Father Willis organ which had been exhibited at The Great Exhibition, 1851. The success of the Exhibition organ led directly to the award of the contract to Willis for a 100-stop organ for St George's Hall, Liverpool built in 1855. Wesley was the consultant for this major and important project, but the organ was, arguably, impaired for some years by Wesley's insistence that it was initially tuned to unequal temperament.


After singing in the choir of the Chapel Royal as a boy, Samuel Sebastian embarked on a career as a musician, and was appointed organist at Hereford Cathedral in 1832. While there he married the sister of the Dean, John Merryweather. He moved to Exeter Cathedral three years later, and subsequently held appointments at Leeds Parish Church (from 1842), Winchester Cathedral (from 1849) and Gloucester Cathedral (1865-1876). In 1839 he received both his Bachelor of Music degree and a Doctorate of Music degree from Oxford. He became a Professor of Organ at the Royal Academy of Music in 1850. He died at his home in Gloucester on 19 April 1876 aged 65. He is buried next to his daughter in St. Bartholomew's Cemetery in Exeter by the old City Wall. There are memorial tablets to him in Exeter Cathedral and Winchester Cathedral, and his memorial at Gloucester Cathedral is in stained glass.


Celebrations in Leeds for the 200th anniversary of Wesley's birth began with Festal Evensong at Leeds Parish Church on Sunday 4 July 2010 followed by a gala choral recital. Worship on Sunday 15 August was broadcast on BBC Radio Four. Dr Lindley gave a commemorative recital of Wesley's organ music in the evening and a commemorative recital of music by Wesley at Leeds Town Hall on 13 September.