Kwesta Net Worth 2022
Kwesta Net Worth 2022: Kwesta is the stage name of Senzo Brikka Vilakazi, a South African rapper and songwriter. Born in the township of Katlehong, Gauteng, often known as “K1.” At the age of 15, he and his colleagues created the rap group Ghetto Fellaz, which later changed its name to The Juvenylz the following year. He is currently contracted to RapLyf Records, an independent media firm he co-founded with Kid X.
His first studio album, Special ReKwest (2010), debuted at number three on the iTunes South African Hip-hop/Rap list, while his second, DaKAR (2013), debuted at number three.
“Ngud’,” “Nomayini,” “Day Ones,” “Ngiyazifela Ngawe,” “Mayibabo,” and “Mmino” are among the singles from Kwesta’s third studio album, DaKAR II (2016). The Recording Industry of South Africa awarded the album a 7x Platinum certification (RISA). DaKAR II became the best-selling hip hop album of all time in South Africa, selling 210 000 copies.
g.o.d Guluva (2021), his fifth studio album, debuted at number three in South Africa.
Six South African Music Awards, four South African Hip Hop Awards, one MTV Africa Music Award, and one Metro FM Award are among his most prestigious honors.
Kwesta spent three years in Katlehong’s Phumlani Secondary School and then Alafang Secondary School.
During his high school years, he acquired an interest in poetry and received favorable feedback and encouragement from his peers and teachers.
Kwesta joined the group The Ghetto Fellas, later known as The Juvenylz, in 2003. After two years, the group disbanded.
Kwesta struck an arrangement with Africa’s Most Southern Record Company for the usage of their studios after the group disbanded. Kwesta participated in competitions and activities to raise awareness for his brand during this time. He competed in the YFM Rap Activity Jam MC of the Month contest. He won the Shiz Niz Freestyle Kings Special on ETV. He also appeared at the Rand Show, the Miss Confidence Show, and the Durban Beach Festival.
At the age of 16, the rapper dropped out of high school. Following that, he persuaded his mother to pay for the taxi fare to Buttabing Entertainment’s offices. Following the encounter, he was added to the record label’s roster, marking the start of his signed career.
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Kwesta was a judge on the Sprite Hip Hoop Tour in 2007 and was featured on The Ventilation Street Tape. He was also a part of the Nokia Defend Your Street Campaign, where he co-wrote the theme song with other musicians.
Kwesta released his first single, Sharp Fede, in the same year.
Later, he collaborated with DJ C-Live to make a mixtape.
Kwesta was appointed as one of the few Brand SA Ambassadors in 2010. He performed at national roadshows leading up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup, which was held in South Africa. On MTN’s Everywhere You Go anthem, Kwesta collaborated with Kelly Rowland, Jozi, and 2Face, among others. He also performed during the FIFA World Cup closing ceremony in 2010.
Kwesta Special Rekwest
Kwesta’s debut studio album, Special Rekwest, was released in September 2010. Babhemi, Flash It, Stomp, and Pump It were among the album’s popular singles.
Flava signed a synch agreement with DStv and was featured in the Loeries TV commercial campaign in 2011.
Pump It has a sync contract with DStv and Redds.
One of the soundtracks for Death Race 3, an action film set in America, was Stomp.
With the album’s popularity, Kwesta became the first rapper in South Africa to have seven singles on several radio charts in the same year.
In 2011, Special Rekwest was nominated for SAMA awards for Best Newcomer and Best Rap Album.
Kwesta released his second studio album, DaKAR, on November 25, 2013. (Da King of Afrikan Rap). During its first release, the album was placed third on the South African iTunes Hip-Hop Charts.
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Kwesta DaKAR II
Kwesta’s third studio album, DaKAR II, was released in 2016. Ngud’, a song starring Cassper Nyovest, was released on January 18, 2016.
The song “Ngud” was nominated for Song of the Year at the annual MTV Africa Music Awards.
His single “Spirit,” featuring American rapper Wale, was released in early October 2017. The Recording Industry of South Africa awarded the song platinum certification (RiSA).
The Recording Industry of South Africa certified DaKAR II 7x on April 26, 2018. (RiSA).
Kwesta g.o.d guluva
His single “Fire In The Ghetto,” featuring Troublle, was released as the album’s debut single in March 2021. Pre-orders were made available in early April 2021.
Kwesta’s fourth studio album, g.o.d guluva [acronym for “ghost of Dakar,” was released on April 30, 2021, and features South African musicians Thabsie, Focalistic, TLT, Yanga Chief, and K.O. The album debuted at No. 4 on the South African Top 100 Albums chart and garnered mostly good reviews from reviewers.
His tune “Njandini” was nominated for Best Kwaito Song at the Mzansi Kwaito and House Music Awards in 2021.
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Kwesta Net worth 2022
Kwesta is regarded as one of South Africa’s wealthiest rappers. This proves he’s genuinely making money off of his songs.
Kwesta net worth is estimated at around $2 million as of 2022. Kwesta net worth in Rands is ZAR 31 million. He is one of the most bankable artists in the country.
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