Kabza De SmallAmapianoBiography

Kabza de Small Biography, Age, real name, date of birth, place of birth, education, career, Net-worth.

Kabza de Small Biography, Age, real name, date of birth, place of birth, education, career, Net-worth.Kabza de small is south African record producer and a dj. He was born in Mpumalanga and raised in Pretoria. Kabelo is referred as South Africa’s king of amapiano.

Kabza de Small  Biography profile summary

Real Name      : Kabelo Petrus Motha
Gender            : Male
Date of birth   : 27 November 1992
Place of birth  : Mpumalanga
Education        : Attended in Pretoria
Age                 : 28 years
Ethnicity          : Black
Nationality      : South African
Occupation     : Discjockey, musician, record producer
Label               : Africa House Recorder
Instagram       : AmthekingofAmapiano@kabelo motha
Net-worth       : R300 000- R500 000

Kabza de Small Age

Kabelo is 28 years and he’ll be turning 29 on the 27th November this year

Kabza de small date of birth

He was born on the 27 November 1992

Kabza de small Place of birth

Kabelo was born in Mpumalanga and raised in pretoria

Kabza de Small Genre

House and Amapiano

Kabza de small Songs

  •  Piano Blue
  • Emcimbini
  •  Buyile
  •  Why Ngikufela
  • Wena
  • Sthandwa
  •  Nia Lo
  •  Ilog Drum
  • Sponono
  •  Masupa
  • Jwaleng
  • Tender Love
  • Nana Thula
  • Dlala
  •  Impilo

Kabza de Small awards

South African Music Awards For Best Produced Album

Kabza de small Albums

Am The King Of Amapiano
Once Upon a time in Lockdown
Scorpion Kings Live
The Return Of Scorpion kings
Pretty girls love amapiano
Scorpion kings

Kabza de Small Education

Kabelo attended school in Pretoria

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Kabza de small Net-worth

It is said that Kabza de Small is worth approximately R200 000- R500 000

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