DJ Sbu, whose real name is Sibusiso Leope, is a South African musician, record label owner, entrepreneur, TV presenter, and radio personality. He was born on May 28, 1977, in Tembisa, Johannesburg, South Africa. Growing up, DJ Sbu had a tough life as his parents were not wealthy. However, he persevered and worked his way up to become one of the most respected businessmen in society.

He studied sound engineering at the African Media University and also studied electrical engineering at Technikon Witwatersrand. He started his career as a DJ at the YFM radio station, where he worked from 2005 until 2010, and became the pillar of the station [2]. He also began writing a monthly column on YFM’s magazine, called Y Mag.

As a musician, DJ Sbu has released several albums, including Y-Lens Vol. 1 in 2006, Y-Lens Vol. 2 in 2007, and Sound Revival Vol. 2 in 2012 [5]. He is also the founder of TS Records, which he co-owned with Thembinkosi Thabethe. However, the record label was shut down in 2017 after a rumored disagreement between Sbusiso and his partner Thembinkosi [10].

DJ Sbu is also a successful entrepreneur, with multiple business ventures. He is the sole founder of MoFaya, an energy drink company that has expanded to include soft drinks [19]. He also owns a clothing line, Leadership 2020, and has written a book titled “The Art of Hustling: Sell or Surrender” [6].

Apart from his successful career, DJ Sbu is also a philanthropist and has been involved in various charitable works, including offering scholarships to disadvantaged learners and mentoring them. He is also a motivational speaker and offers talks to disadvantaged schools around South Africa [16].

In conclusion, DJ Sbu is a successful South African musician, record label owner, entrepreneur, TV presenter, and radio personality. His rise to success from humble beginnings has been an inspiration to many. Through his multiple business ventures, philanthropic work, and motivational speeches, he continues to inspire and make a difference in the lives of many South Africans.