Ami Faku – Biography, Age, Songs, Bookings and Net Worth

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Ami Faku (28 May 1993)  is a South African female musician and songwriter who is creatively gifted with Afro sounds in the music industry.

Ami Faku

Ami Faku Biography

Amanda Nomqhutsu Faku was born on the 28th of May 1993 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. She was brought up in a Christian home and discovered her talent in singing when she was age six. As someone from a Christian home, she always attended church service and often sang in church.

The singer attended Nelson Mandela University, Port Elizabeth in South Africa.


She first appeared in the television show “The Voice South Africa” in 2017. The singer was nicknamed Ami which in full pronunciation is Amandi after she competed with other musicians. Unfortunately, she was not successful at the end of the contest but got signed to VTH Season. She has worked with so many industry heavyweights such as Kabza De Small.


Real NameAmanda Nomqhutsu Faku
Date of Birth28th of May 1993
Place of BirthSouth Africa
Marital StatusSingle
Nationality/NationalitiesSouth African
Net Worth in RandsR14.5 million
Net Worth in USD$1 million

What did Ami Faku study?

She studied Accounting.

What genre is Ami Faku?


Ami Faku Age: How old is Ami Faku?

As of 2022, she is 29 years of age.


To book the musician, you can get started by contacting her management team. Contact them here.


Some of her songs include:

  • Imali
  • Into Ingawe
  • Ubuhle Bakho
  • Inde Lendlela
  • Uwrongo
  • Mandinaye
  • Lala Ngoxolo (featuring Emtee)
  • Ebhayi
  • Ndivulele (featuring Sun El Musician
  • Ndikhethe Wena
  • Ungowam
  • Ndiyeka

Social Media

You can connect with her on social media via the following channels.



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You can connect with her here on Facebook.


Net Worth

Her net worth in rands stands at R14.5 million.

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