DJ Euphonik, Biography & Net Worth 2020, Age, Songs, Albums, Mixtapes etc
DJ Euphonik is one of South Africa’s most youthful dance DJ’s with a notoriety of satisfying a differing swarm with his diverse kind of house music. As you read further, it will be our pleasure as Hiphopafrika to provide you with every information you need to know about DJ Euphonik.
Nkosi was conceived in Mpumalanga, South Africa in December 6, 1983, so is age is pinned at 36. He spent his adolescence in Likazi, later moving to Klerksdorp, and then Benoni. His initial love of music was filled by specialists his dad tuned in to any semblance of The Spinners, Marvin Gaye, Stimela, and Hugh Masekela. He began DJing during his young age and immediately settled himself in the club of music scenes. He not long began to blend into the industry, his first debut was on local station YFM. He was then offered the chance to have his own shows on national radio broadcast 5FM.
2020 Net Worth
DJ Euphonik, who is known for his House music, also has an interest in the property. He owns a total of 14 properties in Johannesburg. His net worth is estimated to be $100,000 – $1 Million
Euphonik first began song remixing in 2003 and picked up acknowledgment in 2004 when he and the South African DJ, DJ Kent united and delivered an album together, Kentphonik.
In 2004, Euphonik began his radio vocation on YFM, a local radio broadcast in South Africa, doing blends on radio shows. He was marked by record label Soul Candi in 2006.
He was at YFM until 2006, when he moved to 5FM, where he had two week by week shows. His Saturday show, Ultimix Weekend Edition, highlighted new music and blends from DJs across South Africa and global outskirts. The three-hour show (18:00 – 22:00) was the brainchild from one of 5FM’s most well known highlights, the Ultimix @6, which can be gotten notification from Monday to Friday on the Roger Goode show. The show includes 30-minute blends and is utilized as a stage to exhibit DJ ability of a portion of the world’s driving move craftsmen and musos. The Saturday night show was ended in 2014. His Sunday songs show, My House, is a show committed to the most recent and most mainstream house tunes from around the globe.
Studio albums & Songs
- For The Love of House Volume 1
- For The Love of House Volume 2
- For The Love of House Volume 3
- For The Love of House Volume 4
- For The Love of House Volume 5
- For The Love of House Volume 6
- Soul Candi Sessions 5
- For The DJs Volume 1
- For The DJs Volume 2
- For The DJs Volume 3
- Phuture DJs
- F.EU in the Club
- F.EU in the Studio
- Euphonik presents DJ Essentials Volume 1
- Euphonik presents DJ Essentials Volume 2