This is the biography of Mabi Ntuli, professionally known as Mobi Dixon. He is a South African DJ and music producer. He has gained recognition for his contributions to the South African music scene and has achieved success with his albums and hit singles. Known for his unique sound and infectious beats, Mobi Dixon has established himself as a prominent figure in the industry.
Mobi Dixon Age
He was born on March 12, 1986. As of 2024, he is 38 years old.
Mobi Dixon was born in East London, South Africa. He attended Selborne College for his high school education and later enrolled in Damelin College in East London, where he obtained a diploma in Information Technology (IT). His passion for education led him to pursue further studies, earning two IT diplomas, a Sound Engineering diploma, and Music Business and Events Management certificates.
Mobi Dixon Career
Mobi Dixon’s musical journey began during his school days, where he started producing beats for South African hip hop artists in the late 1990s. After completing his education, he obtained a Sound Engineering diploma at Selborne College and an Information Technology diploma at Damelin College. In 2007, he founded his own recording label and released his debut Extended Play (EP) titled “Dance is Kulcha” on vinyl and digital platforms. In the same year, he participated in and won the DJU/AXE remix competition.
Mobi Dixon produced the album “Dinaledi” by DJ Vetkuk and Mahoota, in 2012. He showcased his production skills and further esestablishedis reputation in the music industry.
Breakthrough and Recognition
Mobi Dixon gained significant recognition with the release of his single “City Rains” featuring Mque in July 2014. The song reached number three on the Entertainment Monitoring Africa top 100 RAMS charts, solidifying his status as a rising star. Following the success of the single, he released his debut studio album, “Tribal Soul,” in October 2014. The album debuted at number one on iTunes and received platinum certification from the Recording Industry of South Africa (RiSA). To promote the album, Mobi Dixon embarked on the “City Rains Tour” in 2015.
In 2016, Mobi Dixon signed a record deal with Sony Entertainment Africa and House Afrika Records. He released his second studio album, “Live the Music,” in September 2016. The album achieved gold certification and won the Best Dance Album award at the 2017 Metro FM Awards. Throughout his career, Mobi Dixon has continued to release hit singles like “Trigger” featuring Inga Hina and “Bhutiza” featuring Nichume.
His discography includes notable albums such as “10 Steps Forward” (2018), “The Chapel” (2020), “When House Was a House” (2021), and “Mobi Tek” (2022). Each album showcases his growth as an artist and his ability to experiment with different musical styles.
Mobi Dixon married Palesa Rashama in April 2017. The couple had known each other for over a decade before their official union. They had a traditional ceremony in Spruitview, Ekurhuleni, where Mobi Dixon was recognized as a son-in-law of the Rashama family. They later had a wedding ceremony in Manzikhanye Village, Tyolomnqa, East London. The couple us blessed with two sons.
Mobi Dixon Car Accident
In February 2024, Mobi Dixon was involved in a devastating car accident. He sustained injuries and was hospitalized as a result of the incident. The accident shocked his fans and the music community, and they sent their well wishes and support for his recovery.
The death of Nichume, a musician and mentee of Mobi Dixon, caused shock and sadness within the nation. In a statement released by Top Chap Media, Mobi Dixon expressed his deep devastation at the news of her passing. Nichume had featured in Mobi Dixon’s hit single “Bhutiza,” and he described their relationship as being like siblings. However, some individuals on social media accused Mobi Dixon of mistreating Nichume prior to her death, allegations which he strongly denied. The incident sparked mixed reactions among the public, leading to discussions about mental health and the pressures faced by artists in the industry.