Nkosi was brought into the world in Mpumalanga, South Africa on December 6, 1983. He spent his youth in Likazi, later moving to Klerksdorp, and afterward Benoni. His initial love of music was filled by specialists his dad tuned in to – any semblance of The Spinners, Marvin Gaye, Stimela, and Hugh Masekela. He began DJing during his late youngsters and immediately settled himself in the club music scene. It wasn't well before his blends accomplished radio play, at first on provincial station YFM. He was then offered the chance to have his shows on public radio broadcast 5FM.
Euphonik originally began remixing in 2003 and acquired acknowledgment in 2004 when he and South African DJ, DJ Kent united and created a collection together, Kentphonik.
In 2004, Euphonik began his radio profession on YFM, a provincial radio broadcast in South Africa, doing blends on public broadcasts. He was endorsed by a record name Soul Candi Records in 2006.
He was at YFM until 2006 when he moved to 5FM, where he had two weeks after week shows. His Saturday show, Ultimix Weekend Edition, highlighted new music and blends from DJs across South Africa and worldwide lines. The three-hour show (18:00 – 22:00) was the brainchild from one of 5FM's most well-known highlights, the Ultimix @6, which can be gotten with Monday to Friday on the Roger Goode Show. The show includes 30-minute blends and is utilized as a stage to feature the DJ ability of a portion of the world's driving dance craftsmen and musos. The Saturday night show was suspended in 2014. His Sunday show, My House, is a show devoted to the most recent and most well-known house tunes from around the world.
Euphonik has ventured to the far corners of the planet and has played in spots like New York, Miami, Ibiza, Dubai, UK, Spain, and around Africa. He has imparted stages to Tiesto, Swedish House Mafia, Avicii, Afrojack, Hardwell, Skrillex, Nicky Romero, Deadmau5, Louie Vega, and Richie Hawtin.
In 2009, Euphonik and long-term companion DJ Fresh shaped a band together, called F.Eu. Since 2009, they have recorded an aggregate of four collections together. The pair travel to Ibiza and Miami consistently to play at occasions like the South African Miami Invasion and Ultra Fest Miami. In 2014 and 2015, they featured Ultra Fest South Africa and captained the "Goodness Ship" party journey from Durban, South Africa to the Portuguese Island.
In 2013, Euphonik's tune with South African DJ Fresh and Nyanda, "Cool and Deadly", rose to number one on the 5FM Top 40.
Since 2006, he has had a week after week public broadcast on the South African public radio broadcast 5FM, My House, which airs on Sunday evenings.
He has been named for various honors at the South African Music Awards and the Metro FM Music Awards. In 2014, he won his first honor - a Metro FM grant for Best Compilation Album for his collection, For The Love of House Volume 5.He was assigned at the 2014 South African Music Awards for Remix of the Year for his tune "Glory be Anyway". In 2015, he got two designations at the Metro FM Music Awards for Best Compilation Album for his collection, For The Love of House Volume 6, just as for Song of The Year for "Busa".
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