Prince Kaybee (born Kabelo Motsamai on 15 June 1989 in Senekal) is an award-winning South African Disk Jockey and musician. Popular for dropping several hit songs, he has managed to make a name for himself in the industry.
Kabelo has entertained music lovers with his style of music. His songs Yonkinto, Charlotte, Friend Zone, and Wajellwa made waves in the music scene.
He is one of the South African favorite artists who never fails to give music lovers good music to update their library.
After releasing club controller, the song became a hit that was played on the repeat and aired on several radio stations. No doubt. he has achieved so much in the industry because he is determined and hardworking.
|Other names||Prince Kaybee|
|Born||15 June 1989 (age 32 years)|
|Label||Universal Music (Pty) Ltd|
Prince Kaybee, 32, is the youngest of the thirty-six children his father had and the only child of his mother. The family of his late father was a large one that the Deejay admitted not knowing them all (siblings) by name.
He is not to blame, the family politics played the upper hand hindering his abilities to know them.
After the death of his father, they were all called on the podium at the same time during his late old man’s funeral.
While growing up, Kabelo was a naughty kid full of energy but rebellious.
For reasons best known to him, he did not complete his academic pursuit. He quit his studies while he was in grade 11 and impregnated a girl.
To adjust to the new reality that was unveiling, Prince Kaybee moved in with a friend but things got tougher.
Ending up in the streets of Bloemfontein, and had little access to food and no shelter.
To survive the situation, he had the option to man up, and he chose to. He started to search for any vacancy he could fill.
Luck shined on the Disk Jockey and he became employed at a Nigerian-owned club.
His job as a Disk Jockey in the club provided him with enough money to buy food and settle other bills including rent.
After spending some time in the club, Kabelo then came to know a girl.
He received an invitation from her that they live together. Eventually, he was able to gather and raise enough cash to get himself a laptop. He used it to practice Deejaying and producing.
He entered into a Disk Jockey competition on SABC1. Kabelo’s booking agent introduced him to the church in 2013.
Prince Kaybee is dating Zola Mhlongo, a radio presenter. The couple has been in love for almost a year now since 2020.
The couple took to YouTube in a series of Defining Love to share how they began their romantic affair.
On 5 May 2021, he made headlines for cheating on his girlfriend Zola Mhlongo.
He stated to admit to the claims after a woman shared screenshots of the conversation he had with her. The conversation made waves on Twitter the night before.
Even though he started from the bottom, we could agree that he is at the top of the food chain. He owns several top-performing cars parked in his garage.
Prince Kaybee drives a Mercedes Benz C63 AMG, a VW Golf Vi, a BMW X6, and two more Merc.
|Castle Electronica Collection: Home Party, Vol. 10||2014|
|Ehouse: Electronica Mix, Vol. 13||2014|
|Light of Day: Electronica Mix, Vol. 3||2014|
|DJ Electro Mixology, Vol. 3||2014|
|Electro Elements: Winter, Vol. 7||2014|
|Party lands: Electronica Vibe, Vol. 13||2014|
|Electro Elements: Spring, Vol. 4||2014|
|Undercover: Electro Imprints, Vol. 10||2014|
|Electro Elements: Summer, Vol. 11||2014|
|Electronica Confessions, Vol. 6||2014|
|Electro Sex Me, Vol. 2||2014|
|After Hours: Electro Tales, Vol. 7||2014|
|Bar St. Luna: Electronica Daze, Vol. 7||2014|
|Silver Rabbit Club: The Electronica Mix, Vol. 6||2014|
|Black And White 2.0 (DJ’s Edition)||2015|
|Urban House Edition, Vol. 1||2016|
|I Am Music||2017|
|Red Mic Xperience (Live In Carnival City)||2017|
Starting from a humble beginning, dropping out from school, living on the street, and others were enough to discourage him.
Prince Kaybee did not allow them to bully him out of his aspirations. Today he is a big name in the entertainment industry.
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