There are several great Musicians in South Africa, in different area of specialization. Some specialized on Amapiano, Gqom, house music, Hip-hop, gospel and lot more.
In this article, we will be bringing to you, the list of 10 richest south Africa Musicians with thier net worth.
The list will be starting from behind.
Top 10 Richest South African Musicians 2022
10. Kabza De Small – R22.83 million
His musical specialization is Amapiano, a local house music genre (A South African Afro House Dance Floor Music Genre). Kabza De Small is from Mpumalanga, but he grew up in Pretoria and spent the majority of his life there.
He charges tens of thousands of dollars per performance. His net worth is estimated to be $1.5 millions (R12.2 million) as of 2022.
9. DJ Maphorisa – R34.8 million
Have you ever wondered what Dj Maphorisa is worth? He is a seasoned South African music producer and disc jockey who has carved out a remarkable career for himself by producing a number of commercially successful songs. According to Nubia Magazine’s estimates, DJ Maphorisa’s net worth is around 2.3 million dollars, or R34.8 million.
8. Nasty C – R35.44 million
Nasty C is a rapper, songwriter, and record producer from South Africa. He’s signed to Def Jam Records right now. Nasty C has a net worth of $2.3 million dollars (30.44 million Rands).
Nasty C, a South African musician, rose to notoriety following the release of his mixtape Price City in 2015.
7. DJ Euphonik – R38.05 million
He is not only a DJ, but also a radio host, a music producer, and a real estate investor, with a total of 14 properties in Johannesburg. He is currently in possession of a Bentley. It is estimated that е is worth more than $2.5 million (R38.05 million). He made his fortune not only from a lot of luck, but also from his real estate investments and collaborations.
6. Juanita Du Plessis – R45.66 million
Since she began her music career, she has released approximately thirty (30) albums, with a total sales of 1.35 million albums. For her 30 or so albums produced over the years, she has reached gold and multi-platinum status, according to her sales data. Her net worth is believed to be $3 million. She is ranked 6th on this list of South Africa’s wealthiest musicians for 2020. Over 2.400,000 copies of her records have been sold.
5. Rebecca Malope – R135.25 million
Rebecca Malope is a well-known gospel singer from South Africa. Her career, which spans over 30 years, has earned her the title of African Queen of Gospel Music. She has 35 gospel CDs to her credit and has served as a show judge on some of Africa’s most prominent television shows. Rebecca Malope’s net worth is estimated to be $8.9 million (R135.25 million). she is the richest Gospel singer in South Africa and third on the least of Africa top ten richest Musician.
4. Die Antwoord – R150 .6 million
Since 2009, the music group has been in the music industry. Ninja and Yolandi Visser, a male and female rapper, and Dj Hi-Tek, a producer, make up Die Antwoord, a prominent South African ensemble. Die Antwoord have an R150.6 million net worth. he is the fourth on the list of top 10 South Africa Musician.
3. AKA – R167.6 million
Kiernan Jarryd Forbes, better known by his stage name AKA, is a South African rapper who is well-known internationally and has won numerous honors for his rhyming abilities. The musician from South Africa has a net worth of R155.6 million. He stand at number 2 with a different of roughly R118 million from the first position.
2. Cassper Nyovest – R182.55 million
Cassper Nyovest, whose real name is Refiloe Maele Phoolo, is one of South Africa’s wealthiest musicians. He is a musician as well as a brand ambassador for a number of South African businesses. Cassper Nyovest has a R182.5 million net worth.
1. Black Coffee – R213.5 million
Nkosinathi Innocent Maphumulo, better known as Black Coffee, is one of South Africa’s wealthiest musicians and DJs, with a 22-year career. His singing career and record company, Soulistic Music, have earned him a net worth of R28.5 million ($14 million)
Mnqobi Mdabe (Shota) and Thandukwazi Sikhosana were his schoolmates while he worked as a backup singer for Madala Kunene (Demor). Maphumulo, Shota, and Demor later created SHANA (Simply Hot and Naturally African), an Afro-pop trio signed to Melt 2000, which was then led by Robert Trunz.