This is the biography of Vigro Deep, a young and talented South African DJ and record producer who specialises in the amapiano genre. He started making music in 2017 and has released three albums, Baby Boy, Baby Boy 2 Reloaded, and Baby Boi III. Vigro is also the son of Victor “DJ Spring” Ngcongwana, a founding member of the Godfathers of House duo. He is one of the leading figures of the amapiano house music sub-genre in South Africa
Early Life and Education
Vigro Deep was born as Kamogelo Phetla on September 6, 2001, in Atteridgeville, South Africa. His father, Victor “DJ Spring” Ngcongwana, is a founding member of the influential Godfathers of House duo. Vigro Deep developed a passion for music very early and learned to produce beats and songs in 2017. He dropped out of school in the 10th grade to pursue his music career full-time.
Vigro Deep Career and Achievements
Vigro Deep chose the amapiano genre, a blend of house, jazz, and kwaito music, and performed it in his own dialect. He rose to fame in 2018 as one of the leading producers of the amapiano house music sub-genre in South Africa. He released his debut album, Baby Boy, at the age of 17, followed by Baby Boy 2 Reloaded and Baby Boi III in 2019. Some of his popular songs include Vula Vala (featuring Nokwazi), Come To Me, Kamogelo, Abashwe (Pheli Bass Mix), Untold Story, and Bundle of Joy. He also worked on Ke Star with focalistic, which became an African hit.
Vigro Deep has performed in countries like Botswana, Mozambique, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America. He also hosted his show, Vigro Deep One Man Show, featuring guests like Busiswa, A-Reece, Njelic, and others. Vigro has won the South African Award for Best Produced Album. He has also received nominations for several other awards, such as the MTV Africa Music Awards.
Vigro Deep Personal Life
Vigro Deep is not married and has not revealed any details about his dating life. He is focused on his music career and enjoys spending time with his family and friends.