South African rappers are getting increasingly successful as the rap/hip hop genre gets more popular. With the fame and money come certain privileges such as flying private jets.
The best things in life are believed to be free. This is not always the case as certain privileges and opportunities are only accessible through money and lots of it too.
NAIJ.com presents to you some of the South African rappers who have flown private.
1. Cassper Nyovest
Refiloe Maele Phoolo popularly known as Cassper Nyovest is one of South Africa’s biggest rappers currently. His debut album Tsholofelo was released on 18 July, 2014, and ever since then his music career has grown successfully. Currently signed to his own independent label and media company, it is no surprise he is able to afford a luxurious lifestyle due to the amount of money he is making from his music.
Mthembeni Ndevu popularly known by his stage name Emtee, is a South African rapper who is best known for his debut hit single, Roll Up. The song which was voted Song of The Year at the 2015 South African Hip Hop Awards is believed to have shot him into the limelight earning him millions or Rands in the process.
Emtee pictured in a private jet. Photo: SA Hip Hop Mag
Ntokozo Mdluli best known as KO is another great South African artist and rapper who first achieved famed as the member of Teargas, a famed hip hop group which released a critically acclaimed debut album titled K’shubile K’bovu in 2006. He reportedly split from the group and went on to release his album titled Skhanda Republic which recorded a huge success in the music industry.
4. Ricky Rick
Rikhado Makhado, better known by his stage name Riky Rick, is a South African rapper currently trending globally. His rise to fame is attributed to his hit single Nafukwa which was a big success and ever since then, the rapper has been rolling in cash and living lavishly.
Ricky Rick flies private too. Photo: SA Hip Hop Magazine
Anathi Mnyango is better known by his stage name Anatii. He is a South African record producer and musician who became successful after the release of his debut studio album Artiifact in 2016. Asides being a great singer cashing out on his talent, he has also being recognized and was selected to be a high level influence for the LuQuLuQu project set up by the United Nations High Commission for Refugees.
Anatii. Photo: SA Hip Hop Magazine
With such great talents and achievement, it is only necessary and acceptable that these rappers choose to treat themselves to the many beautiful things life has got to offer.