Kwesta is a South African rapper and songwriter. He is known in real life as Senzo Brikka Vilakazi. Read more Kwesta net worth in this article.
He was born in Katlehong, Gauteng, a township also known as “K1”. Kwesta attended Phumulani Secondary School in Katlehong for three years, and later Alafang High School.
In 2003, Kwesta, then known as Quest, and some friends, formed a group called “Ghetto Fellaz”, which became known as “The Juvenylz” with an additional member.
He developed an interest in poetry during his high school years and received positive feedback and encouragement from fellow students and teachers
Kwesta dropped out of high school at age 16 to pursue his music career full-time.
He recorded his first demo in his home studio. This demo caught the attention of Africa’s Most Southern Record Company (AMS), which eventually allowed him to use their recording facilities.
Kwesta’s debut studio album Special Rekwest was released in September 2010. He was then 22 years old.
Kwesta’s second studio album DaKAR (Da King of Afrikan Rap) was released digitally on 25 November 2013. The album received massive plays in South Africa.
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His third studio album Dakar II, a double-disc album, was released on 26 February 2016. Cassper Nyovest made an appearance in one of the singles.
Kwesta Net Worth
Kwesta is one of the richest rappers in South Africa. His net worth is estimated at $2 million.
He is currently signed to his own Independent and media company known as Rap Lyf with co-founder Kid X.
- Vur Vai
- The Fire
- Spirit (feat. Wale)
- Afro Trap
- K1 GOD
- Day One
- Let a Nigg* Hit
- Shooting Star
- Mind F**k