Steve Kekana net worth
According to the wiki South-Africa, the estimated net worth of Steve Kekana was $1 Million. This article does not specify the source of this information. However, it is not possible to make an exact calculation about the fortune of this Great Hero.
|Place of birth:||
Limpopo, South Africa
|Net Worth:||$1 Million|
|Age||62 years old|
Steve Kekana Died
South African musician Steve Kekana has died at the age of 62.
Speaking to Channel24, Steve’s manager Xolani Majozi confirmed that the musician died in the early hours of Thursday morning after being rushed to the hospital.
Although no official cause of death has been released by the Kekana family, according to Xolani, the musician had tested positive for Covid-19.
Steve Kekana is an artist who was born in 1958 in South Africa (Country).
He began his artistic career in 1980 with Raising My Family. Then he would continue with Iphupho in 1980 (that same year). It has 22 record productions in the Vinyl format.
His various Steve Kekana styles are Synth-pop (For example, on his Feel So Strong album ), Reggae (For example, on his No Going Back album ), Reggae-Pop (For example, on his Raising My Family album ), Disco (For example, on your Electric Sax EP album ), Pop Rock (For example, on your Feel So Strong album ), Afrobeat (For example, on your Ifuqe Mntanami (Push) album ), African (For example, on your album Iphupho ), Dance-pop(For example, on your Choo ~ Choo Train / Feel So Strong album ) and Italo-Disco (For example, on your Choo ~ Choo Train / Feel So Strong album ).
His style is framed in the genres: Electronic, Folk, World, & Country, Funk / Soul, Pop, Reggae, and Rock.
Steve Kekana has performed as Featuring (For example, on the single Feel So Strong ), Lead Vocals (For example, on the single Hungry Child ), Music (For example, on the single Drama ) and Written (For example, on the single Shine On ).
He has worked with the following record labels: Bullet (9), CBS, CNR, CNR Records, Балкантон, EMI, EMI Columbia, Eva & LA Records, Gallo Record Company, Gallo Records, Gran Records, His Master’s Voice, Master Dee Jay, Pathé Marconi, Red Bus Records, Steve Kekana and Steve Records.
Some of Steve Kekana’s collaborations were with Various in 1993 with the single Xinghunghumane, with Hotline (3) in 1983 with the single Feel So Strong, and with Vitamiin in 2005 with the single Drama.