South African producer and disc jockey Prince Kaybee has topped the social media trends list following recently being accused of being the man in socialite Cyan Boujee’s leaked sex tape. He has also recently taken to his buzzing social media pages and announced the release of his upcoming single titled Warning Signs which is set to be released on 1 September. Here is a look at Prince Kaybee’s booking fee.
Over the past years, Prince Kaybee has produced several bangers including Fetch Your Life, Club Controller, Banomoya featuring Busiswa, and more. He has also previously talked about his passion for making music and reportedly said it surpassed the need to make money.
“I’m gone gone now; there’s no need to produce for money, I produce what I like, Fakaza News quoted him as saying. The Charlotte hitmaker was ranked amongst the top 10 highest-paid musical artists in 2023 by Briefly. He was ranked ninth place between rapper A-Reece who is 10th place and charges R50 000 for a gig as well as singer King Monada who charges a slightly higher R55 000 booking fee just like he does.
Prince Kaybee was born Kabelo Motsama on 15 June 1989. He is one of 36 children from his father’s side and the only child on his mother’s, The City Celeb reported. He is a high school dropout and reportedly left school in grade 11. The controversial disc jockey landed his first gig DJing at a Nigerian-owned club located in Bloemfontein.
As of late, he has teamed up with Myztro and Daliwonga for the release of the remix of the popular amapiano hit single Gangnam Style, IOL reported. He is also busy with promoting his work on Mzansi Magic’s Clash of the Choirs SA.
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She further said there should be more awareness of mental health in schools in other to avoid and stop students from killing themselves. Read more