Tweezy talks about his achievement during his career in production and music

Tweezy talks about his achievement during his career in production and music

It’s always inspiring to ascertain the journey that a number of our favorite ZAlebs have overcome to be where they’re today, it shows their resilience, diligence, and belief in themselves and their craft so as to form to where they’re today.

Tweezy talks about his achievement during his career in production and music

One such talent is Tumelo Mathebula, the Soweto-born producer referred to as Tweezy.

Known to several as THAT hip hop producer, Tweezy, has undoubtedly made a reputation for himself within the hip hop music fraternity. Known for producing major South African hit songs like Run Jozi, Sidlokuthini, Dlala Ka Yona, and last working with Cassper on Amademoni, and two out of the three recently released AKA singles Cross My Heart and Monuments. Tweezy has made a reputation for himself working with a number of the simplest rappers within the South African Music industry, from AKA to K.O, Riky Rick, L-Tido, and lots of more.

He has had his justifiable share of drama within the industry when he had a run-in with AKA thanks to the success of AKA’s critically acclaimed album, Levels, and his long battle with depression. Where L-Tido had to step in and remind him who he’s.
Tweezy talks about his achievement during his career in production and music
“I’m currently going through what seems like the worst time of my life. My anxiety and depression are at its peak…I’ve decided to require some faraway from social media. I want to urge myself together again,”

Prior to having a Social Media hiatus, Tweezy made mention that he’s browsing what’s considered a particularly dangerous stage of psychological state – severe depression. This, consistent with Tweezy, involves emotions of not truly feeling like his actual self, so he decided to travel offline for a short time so as to help his healing journey.

It is truly inspiring to ascertain him celebrate his journey, given where he started as an aspiring producer after he recently purchased Fruity Loops Studio – the famous music producing software. He has clearly done well for himself because he is often seen together with his hip-hop plaques within the second frame of his Tweet, showing the awards he has received for his work.

We hope you’ll still prosper and fight your way back to claiming your respected top-producer status within the hip hop music industry Tweezy, your journey is an idea to several up-and-coming producers within the game and your Tweet will give them hope and strength to never hand over.