Birth Name: Ntshembo Hope Maimele
Stage Name: DJ HopeStar
Resides In: Louis Trichardt, Limpopo
D.O.B: 07 January 1998
Associated Acts : Dala FAM, P-Post, Mash Sarila, Mizo Phyll
Skills: Rapper/Song writer, Producer (FL studio) & Sound Engineer
Instruments: Vocals, Piano, Drums
Projects known for: Turning 18 (feat. Sniper), Amen (feat. Dala FAM)
Singles: Ahi Fambi (feat. Dala FAM), Tana Haleno (feat. Mash Sarila x P-Post x Dala FAM x Mizo Phyll)
Years active: 2009 – present
Labels: Nu Skool Rap Ent.
Cell: 072 5270 481
Ntshembo Hope Maimele, well known by his stage name DJ HopeStar, is a South African rapper/producer who also happens to be a web designer and an event organizer.
Consistently ranked as one of the greatest producers from Limpopo, DJ HopeStar hopes to make it into the mainstream and produce for all the globally known acts that are well established.
DJ HopeStar has won a number of awards including Rap Type Magazine’s Awards for Best Single and Song of the year. He’s also known for his interview on Exposed Vocals in USA regarding his hit single, Turning 18 which features Sniper The Hitman.
DJ HopeStar has featured a number of well established artists from Limpopo including Mizo Phyll, P-Postman (Percy Mukwevho son of Colbert Mukwevho), Mash Sarila, Shomadjozi and Dala FAM.
DJ HopeStar became established when he produced a single for Dala FAM titled ”Famba Na Khutso” that aired on radio (YFM) as a theme song for Khutso Theledi’s show (current theme song to date).
DJ HopeStar was one of the few artists selected to be on KFC Soundbite by Slokouronlife for a single titled “Ahi Fambi (Lets Go)” which features his mentor, Dala FAM.
Other singles like “Pull Out” are already receiving airplay in the USA Poze Radio.
DJ HopeStar has dreams of making it big and being one of the few mainstream producers from Limpopo.