Botswana has many musicians who are mainly House-Kwasa musicians who are making money from their craft just like their counterparts in other African countries.
In this article, we bring you the top 10 richest musicians in Botswana.
Vee Mampeezy – $10 million
Odirile Vee Sento, better known by his stage name Vee Mampeezy was born on 17th May 1983 in Hukuntsi, Gaborone, Botswana.
Zeus (musician) – $7 million
Game Goabaone Bantsi, better known by his stage name Zeus, is a Motswana hip-hop artist, MC, and businessman. Zeus released his debut album Freshly Baked in 2008 which included the hits “Back in the days” and “Gijima”.
Joe Morris – $2 million
Joseph Morris was born in Palapye, Botswana in 1966. His interest in music started early, playing the drums by the age of 8, later on, guitar at 12, subsequently keyboards and piano at 14. He currently owns a home recording studio and has produced as many as 30 albums.
Charma Gal – $1 million
Magadeline Lesolobe, best known by her stage name Charma Gal, is a Botswana singer-songwriter.
Banjo Mosele – $1 million
Banjo Timothy Mosele is a guitarist, singer, and composer born in Kanye, Botswana.
Katlego Kai Kolanyane-Kesupile – $1 million
Katlego Kai Kolanyane-Kesupile is a performance artist, musician, writer and LGBT activist from Botswana. She is known for being the first public figure from the country to openly identify as a transgender person. She is also the first person from Botswana to be named a TED Fellow.
Sasa Klaas – $500,000
Sarona Motlhagodi, known professionally as Sasa Klaas, was a Botswana singer, rapper, and songwriter. She was born on 17 May 1993 in Botswana and raised by a single mother and politician Anna Mokgethi. She was an all-around musician mostly known for her hip-hop. She made her debut with her hit single Mma Mongwato.
Mpho Sebina – $400,000
Mpho Sebina is a famous Botswana musical artist.
Culture Spears – $100,000
Culture Spears is a Tswana traditional music group based in Botswana. It is also a traditional dance group.
Hype Outlawz – $100,000