TOP 5 SA Musicians Securing The Bag So Far In 2019

TOP 5 SA Musicians Securing The Bag So Far In 2019 – Musicians Lifestyles, the rich and the prominent, we all want to be like them, well most people am I, right? Sometimes, we wish we could have just be granted a minimum portion of what some of these musicians make.

Think about it, we could reside in a penthouse apartment and have expensive cars. (Or maybe just pay off our student loans.) Although it does not just take just a job, it’s also the endorsements. In today’s economy, it’s all about diversifying that portfolio—meaning the stuff you know them for isn’t really the stuff that makes them rich. 

  1. Prince Kaybee

Prince Kaybee has been influencing and commanding the local house music and it doesn’t look like he will be slowing down. His latest album went platinum. Following two months after emancipating Re Mmino, also he managed to amass 56 million streams. He has been selected as the brand new ambassadors for cognac, Courvoisier. The news was announced at the Universal Music head office in Johannesburg.

2. DJ Black Coffee

DJ Black Coffee is resolute to elevate massive success he had in 2019 and has hit the ground running. The world-renowned DJ publicised that he would be returning to his prestigious residency in Ibiza. He was the first DJ in the world to take up this residency. Following dominating dance floors across the world with his music, DJ Black Coffee also takes the movie scene by storm with his debut film, Matwetwe. The film opened two weeks and grossed over R2-million in just eight days

3. DJ Shimza

DJ Shimza took his One Man Show to Paris and killed it! Just before he jetted off to France to see his dream come true “Look, it sounds ambitious, but I have this dream that I am working towards. I see myself travelling around the world to do my own show on my own terms. My shows will be sold out and I will be doing what I love around the world. Mzansi’s number one hustler

4. DJ Sbu

DJ Sbu is always sharing advice on how to make your dream a reality! The TV and radio personality, author and serial entrepreneur took to his Twitter page to share some tips on making the big bucks. Sbu, who is the owner of Mofaya energy drink and water beverages, the Hustler’s Academy and Massiv Metro, wants to help everyone make money.
. Following the successful run of his second book, Billionaires Under Construction: The Mindset of an Entrepreneur last year, he now released a new book that is all about helping young South Africans become successful entrepreneurs.

5. DJ Zinhle

She is moving, It’s only six months into the year, and Zinhle has already announced partnerships, emancipated her first book last year, has graced the cover of Destiny magazine and has bagged a lucrative endorsement deal.
All while being a hands-on mom and travelling the country to gigs as a DJ. Ushered to Instagram, Zinhle announced that she was the new celebrity partner for eyewear brand, Privé Revaux SA some time ago. DJ Zinhle‘s brand, ERAbyDJZinhle has partnered with the jeweller, American Swiss, to celebrate Africa Day. The collaboration will see the jeweller exclusively sell the Era by DJ Zinhle for American Swiss collection to their online stores. The collection has an Africa watch and matching Africa pendants.

Written by: Aphiwe Theodorah Mvinjelwa

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