Costa Titch Biography

Costa Titch is one of the talented rap artists in South Africa who started as a dancer. In this post, we will look at how Costa Titch started his career, his net worth, family, songs, awards and every detail about him.

How Costa Titch Started

Costa Titch: Career, Net worth, Family, Songs, Awards

Costa Titch was born in the year 1995. He will be 27 in 2022. He was born in Nelspruit Mpumalanga, South Africa. As earlier on revealed, Costa started as a dancer but he learned other skills earning him a new career as a prolific rapper.

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He entered into the music scene with his “Activate” song. This song became popular earning him a seat among some of the top stars.

Check out his full profile below

Full name: Costa Tsobanoglou

Celebrated name: Costa Titch

Year of birth: 1995

Age: 27 years old in 2022

Place of birth: Nelspruit Mpumalanga, South Africa

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Nationality: South African

Profession: Rapper, songwriter, and dancer

Relationship status: Single

Albums and Songs


  • For Real Trappers Only
  • Wonderland EP
  • Gqom Land
  • Fallen Kings


  • Nkalakatha
  • Thembi
  • Activate
  • Stimela
  • Instincts
  • We Alert
  • Hit That Woah
  • Geza
  • Chi Vu
  • Phezulu

Costa Titch Net Worth

His major source of income is songwriting, producing music and entertaining fans during events. His net worth is around $200,000.

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Is Costa Titch White or Coloured?

Most fans have always sort to know who he really is. But much is not known about him despite his originating from Nelspruit Mpumalanga, South Africa. So, some refer to Costa Titch to be “the white guy who raps in isiZulu”.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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