- Kwaito star Mzambiya stated that he has made over 14-million on music
- He acknowledges that he made a lot of reckless mistakes along the way and he made it by the grace of God
- Mzambiya will be making a come back soon
This musician says he has made over R14 million in his career over a period of 20 years. Nkosinathi Zwane, a Kwaito star, commonly known as .
The child star, was sharing his monetary journey with Rams Mabote on Metro FM. Mzambiya also spoke out about his plans to be in the spotlight once again.
"I think I’ve made over R14-million," he said.
Briefly.co.za learnt that making sound financial decisions is very important to the Wawungakanani hit maker. Mzambiya has taken it upon himself to educate young people regarding this matter.
Bull Dawgs records discovered Mzambiya in 1998. He has recently reunited with them and is currently working on another collaboration with Msawawa. Their song is called iMoto Ka Shukela.
Mzambiya signed numerous contracts through his career and due to ignorance, he lost a lot of money. He was given a “certain percentage” of contracts he signed with record labels and music video producers for the work he had done.
"You understand that contracts and things like that can really be complicated at times.
"You know if there’s someone that can come and pay for your video and all of those things and afterwards they give you a certain percentage that suits them and I think that’s how we might have lost some of the money."
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Giving credit to God and the people that have guided him over the years, Mzambiya is now in a good financial place.
"To be honest with you it has not always been fruity. There were times when I had nothing, lost everything and had to get myself back again but by the grace of God you will survive you know and your talent will put you closer to greatest people," Mzambiya said.
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