For a long time, rappers and hip-hop musicians were viewed as insignificant individuals who only spout gibberish for the sake of spouting. Rap music's emergence as a major force in the entertainment sector is helping to erode this way of thinking. In addition to their music, it is clear that these singers are famous because of their extravagant lifestyles. It's a given that they're making money off the art. Who do you believe is driving the game's tempo with their wealthiest icons?
1. Die Antwoord
One of the most popular hip hop duos of all time, Die Antwoord was founded in 2008. Ninja and Yolandi Visser are the two artists who make up this group. Together, they can create true music because of their distinct personalities and musical ability. In most of their tracks, Ninja's swagger and Yolandi's high-pitched rhymes play off of one other. His albums are as follows:
-$O$ that was released in 2009
-Ten$ion in 2012 Donker Mag in 2014
-Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid in 2016
-27 in 2019
Born Entrepreneur and rapper AKA Kiernan Jarryd Forbes (AKA) is a multimillionaire. In his teens, he was a rapper, but he just began generating money from it professionally in 2011. Alta Ego was published in 2011; Levels in 2014; Be Careful What You Wish for in 2017; and Touch My Blood in 2018 are his four studio albums since then. Announcing the release of his fifth album in August 2019, he vowed that it will be the culmination of his career. According to him, there will be 1 billion features from the South African hip-hop boom in it.
3. Casper Nyovest
Rapper Casper Nyovest, whose real name is Refiloe Maele Phoolo, is one of the most well-known rappers of the last decade. The Mahikeng, North West, native, 29, is a rapper and record producer. Tsholofelo, his debut album, made him renowned in 2014. After a spectacular performance at Fill Up The Dome in 2015, he has continued to make powerful moves ever since. He was the recipient of four South African Hip Hop Awards in 2013 accolades.
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