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Most Successful Music Artistes In South Africa

Most Successful Music Artistes In South Africa

Most Successful Music Artistes In South Africa

Most Successful Music Artistes In South Africa: The South African Music industry has had a massive growth over the years with many prominent music producers and artistes in the industry.

We can easily tell how wealthy most of these artistes are by their lifestyle and how much they earn through tours, shows and endorsements.

Here were able to make a list of the richest artistes in the industry.

1. Steve Hofmeyr

Steve Hofmeyr is making it to the top of the list to be the richest artist in South Africa, with a estimated net worth of about R273 million. Known to be such a controversial star throughout his career, the famous artist has
also broadened into numerous other vocations, including acting and television hosting and ruling supreme.

2. AKA

With a colossal net worth of about R155,6 million, the rapper is undoubtedly South Africa’s second richest artist.The Hip Hop artist, who began as a rapper when he was a teenager, released his first album back in 2011. He may have his own thoughts and tell so much about himself as well but he has got so much money in the bank as well.

3. Rebecca Malope

She has accrued a remarkable fortune of approximately R68.25 million with a career spanning up to three decades. She is estimated to have sold up to 10 million records, several singles, and achieved so much success with her performances in pop and gospel music, and to be a judge of reality tv.

4. Die Antwood

The popular Mzansi music group, Die Antwood has had so much time in the music business since 2009, and persists to accumulate a great deal of wealth. With a total wealth of around R56 million, the group joins the list at number four. The group is estimated to have an annual earnings of approximately R8 million. They’ve seen their impressive career lead several foreign concerts, and even star in the movie “Chappie” in 2015.

5. DJ Euphonik

DJ Euphonik is known as a successful disk jockey who has made a name for himself over the years. The disc jockey appears on the list with a net total value of about R34.1 million. He allegedly owns 14 properties in South Africa in total. He has already worked with numerous international successful DJs which includes the Swedish House Mafia and Skrillex. He has also hosted some of the world’s most popular events.

6. DJ Sbu

SA disc jockey, DJ Sbu has been on the scene for quite a few years and has gained a lot of wealth in all those years to make him South Africa’s sixth richest musician. The charismatic DJ is undoubtedly one of the richest and most popular musical acts in SA, with a net worth of about R27.3 million.

7. DJ Black Coffee

No doubt DJ Black Coffee is one of South Africa’s most popular musical acts. The highly skilled beat maker is reported to have a net worth valued at around R27.3 million. He has been one of the most popular musical acts in all of SA with a career lasting around two and a half decades.

8. Oskido

He is recorded to be the country’s eighth richest artist, with an estimated value of around R27.3 million. Oskido made quite as much money as DJ Sbu and DJ Black Coffee both did. He is credited with Bongo Maffin’s successful careers, and Boom Shaka, both signed to Kalawa Jazmee Records, his label.

9. Cassper Nyovest

It is estimated that the famous South African rapper is the 9th richest musician with a net worth of around R9.55 million. So much great music has been released by the artist that it shows in the amount of wealth he has acquired. Said to be the CEO of Family Tree Records, he is also working with MTN and Ciroc, the vodka company.

10. Juanita du Plessis

Juanita du Plessis comes tenth on the list. Truth is, her net worth’s specific estimation is uncertain, and she may well deserve to be higher than she is on this list. She has had such a great career in the SA music scene with lots of albums that have been Gold and multi platinum certified.

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