Prince Kaybee Biography, Age, Songs, Father, Albums & Twitter

Prince Kaybee (born Kabelo Motsamai; June 15, 1989, in Senekal) is a South African Disk Jockey (DJ) and musician. He has gained many audiences for his songs “Friend Zone”, “Wajellwa,” and “Yonkinto.”


Prince Kaybee Biography
Prince Kaybee in black shirt

Prince Kaybee was born on 15th June 1989 in Senekal near Welkom in the Free State. He dropped out of school when he was in grade 11. Eventually, he impregnated a girl.

He relocated to his friend’s house leaving his home. Later, he ended up in the streets in Bloemfontein without shelter and food.

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He sought a job in clubs until he found one at a Nigerian owned club as a DJ. There he earned money to buy food but still was unable to pay rent.


His date of birth is on 15 June 1989 and the place of birth is in Senekal near Welkom, Free State. Prince Kaybee is 31 years old and celebrates his birthday on 15th June.


The name of Prince Kaybee’s father is Mr. Motsamai and he has a total of 35 siblings. His dad had 36 children, he was the youngest and the only child from his mum.

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Kaybee shared that he hadn’t met them all not until his father’s funeral. He was the last born of the 36 children from his dad and grew up alone with his mother.

Net Worth

According to Information Cradle, Prince Kaybee is estimated to have a net worth of US$1 million. He earned this huge through his successful career as a deejay

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Selected Songs

  • “Angiyifuni Indoda”
  • “Baby Please”
  • “Better Days”
  • “Kao Rata”
  • “Nondaba”
  • “Story Teller”
  • “Yonkinto feat. Zanda”
  • “Angiyifuni Indoda”
  • “Banomoya”
  • “Beautiful Girls”

Selected Albums

  • I Am Music (2017).
  • Red Mic Xperience – Live In Carnival City (2017).
  • Black And White 2.0 – DJ’s Edition (2015).
  • Better Days (2015).
  • Urban House Edition, Vol. 1 (2016).
  • Partylands: 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).



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