Kabza & Phori’s humble beginnings: From selling sweets and gambling to becoming the biggest music duo in SA

Humble beginnings, we’ve all been there.. those are the times that make us stronger and more humble in life because we know the struggle of not having. Speaking of humble beginnings, Kabza De Small and DJ Maphorisa gave South Africans snippets into their lives before fame and wealth during an interview on a YouTube show named, Crowning Moments

The two briefly talked about how they hustled hard before breaking through into the music industry.

At age 17/18, the King of Amapiano did jobs like cutting grass, fixing sewage drains; he worked for the Municipality.

While Lawd Phori sold sweets at schools, and made R150 daily; at some point he delved into gambling, but it dealt with his pocket till he had to stop.

Kabza said hustle wasn’t easy back then, but here they are as DJs.

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