Highest paid Musicians in South Africa and how much they charge per show. This Is How Much Top SA musicians now charge per show (Guess who topped the list). How Much It Costs To Book Your Favorite SA Artist. Decades ago, a career in music was considered ‘useless’ in South Africa.But things have changed, musicians are actually raking in monies that white-collar workers can’t even dream of.
10 Riky Rick – R65, 000 per show
Riky Rick is one of the respected rappers in the entire south Africa and he is also regarded to be one of the highest earning rappers in Africa. Riky Rick currently charges R65, 000 per show.Currently, other artists like Cassper Nyovest and AKA give him a run for her money, but he is still the one that balances the crown.
9. Nasty C – R75,000
A report in Move magazine at the end of 2017 claimed that Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo, better known by his stage name Nasty C, is a South African rapper, songwriter and record producer charges nothing less than R75,000 per show currently.
At present, Nasty C’s popularity increase both at home and abroad he charges R75,000 that is taken home for a show. His billing continues to increase every day just like Cassper and AKA.
8. Micasa – R90,00
A recent report in Sunday World claimed that Mi Casa is a house band based in Johannesburg, South Africa and consisting of three members, Dr. Duda and pianist, J’Something, and Mo-T charges nothing less than R90,00 per show.
Mi Casa also has a huge fan base beyond the shores of the country coasts.
7. Mafikizolo – R95,000
The rapper recently lifted the lid on his price during a discussion on how much he earned. Mafikizolo is a South African singing duo consisting of Theo Kgosinkwe and Nhlanhla Nciza charges nothing less than R95,000 per show
6. DJ Zinhle — R95,000
In case you were wondering just how much money Dj Zinhle is pulling down, wonder no more. DJ Zinhle, born Ntombezinhle Jiyane was on CliffCentral recently when she revealed to Gareth Cliff that she earns around R95,000 a show.
However, that’s nothing (OK, maybe not nothing) compared to how much others charge.
5. Nathi — R100,000
A recent report in Sunday World claimed that Nomvula hitmaker Nathi Mankayi charges between R80,000 and R140,000.Wizkid, Nathi Mankayi who is currently SA’s biggest entertainment asset and export to the international entertainment industry, prefers touring with international acts and performing in international gigs.
4. Zahara – R100,000
In case you were wondering just how much money Zahara is pulling down, wonder no more. Bulelwa Mkutukana, best known by her stage name Zahara, is a South African singer-songwriter charges nothing less than R100,000 per show
3. Uhuru — R153,000
A report in Move magazine at the end of 2017 claimed that popular kwaito-house group Uhuru charges nothing less than R153,000 a show.kwaito-house group Uhuru has been consistent since his fame and its brand was growing.
They are often called for shows. The billing price of Uhuru now starts from R140,000 and up to R180,000