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Yolandi Visser Wiki/Biography
Born as Anri du Toit on the 1st December 1984, in Port Alfred, South Africa, and is a musician, best known to the world as the singer of the African zef group Die Antwoord, which translates to “The Answer” in Afrikaans. The group was formed in 2008, and since then has released four studio albums, including “Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid”, which is their most successful album.
Have you ever wondered how rich Yolandi Visser is, as of early 2018? According to authoritative sources, Visser’s net worth is as high as $10 million, an amount earned through her successful career, active since 2001.
Yolandi Visser Net Worth $10 Million
Yolandi was adopted by a Christian minister and his wife, who lived in Port Alfred. Growing up to become a rebellious teen, Yolandi would often get in fights with other classmates at St. Dominic’s Catholic School for Girls, which she attended from the age of five until she was 16. Following her matriculation, Yolandi became a part of the Lady Grey Arts Academy.
Her career started in 2001 when she met Watkin Tudor Jones, now better known as Ninja; they started a hip-hop group – The Constructus Corporation – which soon became MaxNormal.tv, another music group, with which they had more success, releasing two studio albums “Songs From The Mall” in 2001, and “Good Morning South Africa” in 2008.
Die Antwoord was formed in 2008 with the addition of producer and DJ named God. They started working on their debut album, which came out in 2009 entitled “$O$”, and which reached No. 14 on the US Rap, and No. 4 on the US Dance charts, but also found its place on the US Billboard 200 chart, at No. 109. They released a video for the song “Enter the Ninja”, which became viral, and featured one of Africa’s most prominent artists, Leon Botha, who has sadly passed away since then from complications of progeria. Thanks to their budding popularity, the group signed with Interscope Records, and released the EP “5” on Cherrytree records, which is an imprint of Interscope. However, in 2011, they left Interscope and started their own Zef Records; the reason for leaving the major label was that the producer wanted Die Antwoord to make more generic songs, but all three members were against that, and the result was founding their own label.
Their second studio album “Ten$ion” came out in 2012, spawning two of their biggest hits – “Baby’s on Fire” and “Fatty Boom Boom”, so acquiring world fame, which only increased Visser’s net worth. Yolandi and Ninja continued to work on their music with the help of God, their DJ and producer, and in 2014 released their third studio album – “Donker Mag” – which topped the US Dance chart, while it also reached No. 37 on the US Billboard 200 chart. Continuing their rise, their next album became a full success – “Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid” released in 2016 topped the US Dance, and reached No. 2 on the US Rap chart, while it became their highest charted album on the US Billboard 200 chart, reaching No. 34.
They are now working on their fifth album “The Book of Zef”, scheduled for release later in 2018.
When it comes to her personal life, Yolanda has a daughter with Ninja, named Sixteen Jones.
|Full Name||Yolandi Visser|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 1, 1984|
|Place Of Birth||Port Alfred, South Africa|
|Education||St. Dominic's Catholic School for Girls|
|Children||Sixteen Jones, Tokkie Jones|
|Parents||Ben du Toit|
|Albums||Donker Mag, Mount Ninji and da Nice Time Kid, Tension|
|Music Groups||Die Antwoord (Since 2007), MaxNormal.TV, The Constructus Corporation (2002 – 2003)|
|Movies||Chappie, Umshini Wam|
|1||Has a daughter (Sixteen Jones) with her musical partner, Ninja (Watkin Tudor Jones).|
|2||Real name of ¥o-Landi Vi$$er: Anri du Toit.|
|3||Vocalist for rap-rave band Die Antwoord.|
|Tommy Can't Sleep||2017||Short||Rat Girl (as ¥o-Landi Vi$$er)|
|Chappie||2015||Yo-Landi (as ¥o-Landi Vi$$er)|
|Die Antwoord: Ugly Boy||2014||Video short||Yo-Landi Visser|
|Die Antwoord: Fatty Boom Boom||2012||Video short||Yo-landi Visser (uncredited)|
|Die Antwoord: I Fink U Freeky||2012||Video short||Yo-Landi Visser (uncredited)|
|Umshini Wam||2011||Short||Yo-Landi Visser (as Yo-Landi)|
|Star Trek: USS Yolandi||Video short||Yo-Landi (rumored)|
|Song to Song||2017||writer: "I Fink U Freeky", "Fatty Boom Boom" - as A. du Toit|
|The Bad Batch||2016||writer: "Fish Paste" - as Anri Du Toit|
|La tête haute||2015||writer: "I Fink U Freeky"|
|Chappie||2015||writer: "Happy Go S*cky F*cky", "Cookie Thumper", "Beat Boy", "Never Le Nkemise", "Evil Boy", "Baby's On Fire", "Fatty Boom Boom", "Enter the Ninja" - as ¥o-Landi Vi$$er|
|Die Antwoord: Ugly Boy||2014||Video short writer: "Ugly Boy"|
|Blended||2014||writer: "I Fink You Freeky" - as Anri Du Toit|
|Tommy Can't Sleep||2017||Short as ¥o-Landi Vi$$er|
|Tommy Can't Sleep||2017||Short uncredited|
|Tommy Can't Sleep||2017||Short as ¥o-Landi Vi$$er|
|Die Antwoord: Ugly Boy||2014||Video short executive producer|
|Tommy Can't Sleep||2017||Short presenter - as Die Antwoord|
|Chappie: Jozi - Real City and a Sci-Fi Setting||2015||Video short||Herself|
|Chappie: Keep It Gangster||2015||Video short||Herself|
|The Vice Guide to Everything||2010||TV Series documentary||Herself - Die Antwoord|
|Tokoloshe||2010||Video documentary short||Herself - Host|