Prince Kaybee Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Relationship, Height
Electronic dance music producers and DJ are known for the songs “Yonkinto”, “Wajellwa” and “Friend Zone”.
Early Life of Prince Kaybee
On June 15, 1989, Prince Kaybee was born in Senekal near Welkom in the Free State, South Africa to African parents. As of 2019, he is 30 years old with the birth sign Gemini. He is the son of Mr. Motsamai(father) and has 37 siblings.
Parents with Siblings
His father had 36 children and he was the youngest child and the only child of his mother’s child. Prince holds African nationality and belongs to the black ethnic group.
In an interview, Kaybee admitted that he did not know all the names and that family policy had kept him from meeting and knowing all of his siblings in person. He said that he had not met all of them until his father’s funeral, where they were all summoned to the stage together.
Impregnated a Girl At a Young Age
Kaybee became rebellious at a young age and left school in 11th grade. After leaving school, he impregnated a girl and the reality of life began. He moved out of his house and moved to his friend, but found himself later on the streets in Bloemfontein living without shelter and food.
Prince moved from club to club and sought a job until he found a residency at a Nigerian club as a DJ. He earned enough money to buy food but paid no rent. He met a girl in the club who took him in. The well-known house music producer and DJ Prince Kaybee have addressed the beef between himself and his prodigy Troy Nkazimulo Sthembiso Ngema, also known as TNS.
TNS accused Kaybee of putting him out of circulation, stealing his work, and not honoring him where he deserves it. But Kaybee claims that the beef started long before what we know now, and is actually above a Nyatsi.
According to Kaybee, the drama started last year when TNS slept twice with his then-girlfriend. The Wajellwa hitmaker was on MetroFM’s The Drive last week to talk about his latest single with Masaki, Fetch Your Life, and also to address the ongoing allegations.
The famous hitmaker says he can not believe this happens because he was there for TNS when no one else was around. “TNS came to me last year and said he did not have any parents. I opened everything up for him, finances, my home, everything,” he said.
“It’s disappointing because a girl came between us to look me in the eyes and do the things you do,” he continued. Kaybee told the Drive Team that TNS’s then-girlfriend sent him a screenshot introducing TNS to sleep with Kaybee’s girlfriend.
The producer, whose real name is Kabelo Motsamai, said that TNS found sleeping at his girlfriend’s home. “It was true in the sense that it was the second time that TNS did this thing. Apparently, she came for the first time and said, “Oh, you have to tell Kaybee and tell him,” he continued.
What is Prince Kaybee’s Net Worth and Salary
Prince Kaybee has an estimated net worth of $ 1 million, which he earned through album sales, live performance fees, endorsements, and other business interests.
Prince Kaybee has several powerful cars. He has a super-fast Mercedes Benz C63 AMG and a VW Golf Vi. And like the creative, Prince has spiced up his cars with colorful rims. Other cars he has rocked with are the BMW X6 and two more Merc.
Prince Kaybee’s Songs
In 2015, he participated in the SABC1 Reality-Competition 1 and 2, which put participants from across the country through their paces to become South Africa’s next superstar DJ or producer of electronic music. He won the competition and started a career in house music production.
In 2016 he received a nomination in the category Listener’s Choice at the sixth MTV Africa Music Awards. The following year he was nominated for the first DStv Mzansi Viewers’ Choice Awards in the Song of the Year category. In 2018 he received four nominations at the 24th South African Music Awards (SAMAs) in the category “Male Artist of the Year”. He also produces “Best Dance Album”, “Best Produced Album”, and “Record of the Year” and became the “Male Artist of the Year” “.
In the same year, he was the guest judge of the finale of the first season of the SABC1 Music Reality competition The Remix SA. Which was broadcast on September 21, 2018. He was also named as one of the new judges (with DJ Zinhle) of 1 and 2 for the fifth season of the show. At the South African Music Awards in 2018, he was honored with a SAMA as “Male Artist of the Year”.