Businessman and musician Andile Mpisane is known for making waves around South Africa and is now looking to make his mark on the biggest stage in the world. This big flex is no stranger to the ‘soft life’ as he and Mamkhize showcased what they are all about at the St. Louis leg of the legends street tour in the United States of America this week.
Recently, the artist caused a stir on social media after it became known that he was set to perform in the USA alongside Rick Ross, 2 Chainz, and other top artists.
The thing is, it’s not an opportunity to mingle and rub shoulders with stars that seem to be the highlight, but, the style and finesse with which he’s been moving lately. There had been much debate on social media about the hype behind his flamboyant tendencies seeing that his family is well off.
People discredited him as many felt that he did not earn any of the things he shows off. But the young entrepreneur just seems unfazed by the comments, as he keeps on giving people more to talk about with every move he makes.
Most, if not all, of his lavish lifestyle, is strongly supported by the fact that he was born in a business world, with his mother being a well-respected businesswoman, while his father happens to be a business tycoon.
The 22-year-old was introduced to the business world after his mother put him at the helm as Royal AM chairman. The business was bought for him at an estimated amount of $3.3 million which is equivalent to R50 000 000. He is also in partnership with his mother which is called Royal AM Luxury and Grooming Pampering Lounge.
Andile has also infiltrated the music industry with the release of songs like ‘Uyangqaska’ in 2019, ‘Umcimbi’ where he featured the likes of Destruction Boyz and Madonon, which turned out to be one of his biggest hits, and boasts over 1 million views on YouTube. Most recently, he released a song titled ‘It’s too much sauce’.