I don't know why is it that South Africans think that Hip Hop artist are the richest musicians in our country. They are not that rich as we they think are, they look rich because of the life they live which is more like a borrowed life. Most of the things they own don't belong to them they borrowed or hire them.
When it comes to the richest musicians in South Africa we talking about House DJ, they are making a lot of money than most artist. You can tell by were they perform that money is being made by them.
Just look at Black Coffee he has his own jet now just to show they are making serious money while we have Hip Hop artist who brag about owning cars only. The fact that Black Coffee has a plane goes to show who's on the right gender and making money.
Here are the richest DJs in South Africa.
Top Richest DJs In South Africa In 2021.
01. DJ Black Coffee -$60 Million
Nkosinathi Innocent Sizwe Maphumulo, better known by his stage name Black Coffee, is a South African DJ, record producer and songwriter. He began his career around 1994 and has released nine studio albums, as well as a live DVD.
02. DJ Euphonik - $3 Million
DJ Euphonik is a well-known South African radio personality, music producer, and DJ famed for his entertaining house music on 947 and 5FM.
His popularity broke through the ceiling in 2013 when his favorite collabo track "Cool and Deadly" led in the 5FM list of top 40 hits. The star shares an inspiring life story with so much to admire beyond his public life successes and struggles.
03. DJ Sbu - $2.6 Million
The way in which Sbu handles adversity reveals the triumph of his entrepreneurial spirit and the tenacity of a man who does, indeed, consider himself a billionaire under construction – and he won't stop until his goal has become a reality.
04. DJ Oskido - $2.5 Million
Oscar Sibonginkosi Mdlongwa is a South African recording artist, DJ, record producer and businessman. Having been in the music industry for over 26 years, Oskido has reached a prominent status in the South African music industry, more-so in popular youth culture.
05. DJ Tira - $2.2 Million
Tira, who hails from KwaHlabisa in northern KwaZulu-Natal, began his music career while studying for a Bachelor of Social Sciences degree on the Howard College campus in the early 2000s. He recalls that, while his days were filled with lecture upon lecture, he still found the time to pursue his passion for music.
06. Culoe de Song - $2.2 Million
Born Culolethu Zulu, he is known for his trance-inducing deep house style on his albums Elevation and 2014 release Exodus, which earned him an Annual Metro FM Music award for Best Male artist. He has worked with such artists as Thandiswa Mazwai, Moneoa, Salif Keita, Jimmy Dludlu and Soulstar.
07. DJ Shimza - $2 Million
Ashley Raphala, popularly known as DJ Shimza was born in Swaziland. However, he is from Tembisa township, Ekurhuleni in South Africa. Ashley is among the most talented music producers and DJs in South Africa. He was once under the Wing of DJ Black Coffee and today he is what he is because of him.
08 DJ Fresh - $2 Million
Thato Sikwane, better known by his stage name DJ Fresh, is a former Motswana radio DJ, producer and entrepreneur based in South Africa. He is most well-known for his career on 5FM and Metro FM. DJ Fresh previously worked for YFM in Johannesburg, South Africa. He also worked for SABC Radio stations 5FM and Metro FM.
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