Tweezy Shares His Inspiring Journey

From aspiring producer to sought after hip hop music legend

By  | Oct 06, 2020, 06:16 AM  | Tumelo "Tweezy" Mathebula  | Top of The

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It's always inspiring to see the journey that some of our favourite ZAlebs have overcome to be where they are today, it shows their resilience, hard work and belief in themselves and their craft in order to make to where they are today. One such talent is Tumelo Mathebula, the Soweto-born producer known as Tweezy.

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

He has had his fair share of drama in the industry when he had a run-in with AKA due 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 is.

"I’m currently going though what feels like the worst time of my life. My anxiety and depression is at its peak…I’ve decided to take some away from social media. I need to get myself together again,"

Prior to having a Social Media hiatus, Tweezy made mention that he is going through what is regarded as an extremely dangerous stage of mental health - severe depression. Which, according to Tweezy, involves emotions of not truly feeling like his actual self, so he decided to go offline for a while in order to assist his healing journey.

It is truly inspiring to see 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 can be seen with his hip hop plaques in the second frame of his Tweet, showing the awards he has received for his work.

We hope you will continue to prosper and fight your way back to claiming your respected top-producer status in the hip hop music industry Tweezy, your journey is an inspiration to many up-and-coming producers in the game and your Tweet will give them hope and strength to never give up.

Main Image Credit: SA Hip Hop Mag 
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