Without a doubt, we can all agree that Amapiano songs has a vibe that is out if this world. Amapiano hit songs are making rounds in our hoods, and in the mix of things some celebrities have gained fame through it.
Here is the list of all the talented musicians who have made the name for themselves through Amapiano songs and how much they gain from it.
DJ Maphorisa who has given himself the title of King Photi is a record producer, DJ and a vocalist. He is one of the richest DJs in Africa and his net worth is estimated to be R225 million.
Refiloe Maele Phoolo is a South African rapper, songwriter and a record producer. He is regarded as one of the successful artist in South Africa. As of 2021, his net worth is estimated to a whooping R112 million.
Kabza de Small
Kabelo Petrus Motha better known for his stage name, Kabza de Small is a South African DJ and a record producer, who is referred to as King of Amapiano. His networth is estimated to be R54 million.
A South African DJ and a television presenter. He rose to fame after releasing his hit song Monate Mpolaye. His net worth is estimated to be R22.5 million.
Whose real name is Lethabo Sebetso from Pretoria, is a rapper and a former footballer player. The rapper refers to himself as Pitori Maradona. Focalistic has a net worth of R14 million
Sources: Facebook, Mzansi trending, iafrica24.com
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