Amapiano Artists And Their Brand Endorsements

Amapiano Artists And Their Brand Endorsements. With the evolution of the music business in today’s digital age of streaming and downloads; the secondary or additional income that musicians generate from brand sponsorship and endorsements have become of paramount importance to an artist’s overall earnings. Such amapiano artists have huge influence to the public and therefore, increases brand awareness of that brand as well as creating a relationship with Mzansi’s favourites.

Here are five amapiano artists and their brand endorsements:

Focalistic

Pitori Maradona, Focalistic recently announced his partnership with alcohol brand ‘Jagermeister’. Focalistic has been about the bag since his fame, and what good way to secure the bag besides music than alcohol?

Kamo Mphela

Kamo Mphela, aka queen of amapiano dance has ben working hard, securing the bag as she partnered with multiple brands. To keep dancing in style, while ensured that he hair stays in place, she partnered with Got2b glue hair brand. She also partnered with Doritos and Berocca to give her an extra boost while on stage.

Mr JazziQ

Considering the dance music that Mr JazziQ creates, he has partnered with Footgear for comfortable dancing shoes. He also has a partnership with Nescafe Ricoffy Iced Coffee.

Lady Du

Amapiano vocalist Lady Du has partnered with Ellesse and their relationship is a bit lengthy now. The star likes sharing snaps of herself all dressed in Ellesse.

Cassper Nyovest

Cassper Nyovest has been an ambassador for Samsung for quit some time now. The star has a close relationship with Samsung as it was also the headline sponsor for Cassper’s famous FillUp series of concerts. In December 2019, Samsung was firmly behind the popular hip hop star, in the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg.

Semi Tee

Semi Tee together with Mdu aka TRP have partnered with an alcohol brand ‘Flying Fish’. The ‘Flying Fish’ advert features their faces and song ‘Isingisi’ in the background.

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