Tweezy’s Biography

Tumelo Thandokuhle Mathebula also known as Tweezy was born on October 24th, 1992 in Westville Hospital, Durban, South Africa to parents Nomusa Stella Malloy and Mtokozisi Mathebula

Earlier life and Career:

With the passing of his parents at the age 6 he moved to Johannesburg where he attended school. He got recommended to the National School of Arts for his obvious artistic talents by his teacher in grade 7, where he studied visual art until his matric year. He got introduced to a music making software called Fruity Loops Studio (FL Studio) in grade 10, thinking it was a music making game at the time, his love for this 'game' grew daily. He later found out it was in fact a music making software.

He later joined a music group called Ghetto Prophecy which consisted of 8 members. The group produced songs that received airplay on various radio stations. They then produced a song called Oh My which ranked number 16 on the top 40 Songs of YFM and play listed on high rotation on Metro FM as well as 5FM in 2011. The song opened doors for the group to keep sending their songs in. Shortly after the group got demotivated to continue because of the lack of funding they decided to split up and went their separate ways and this is when Tweezy decided to venture into the music industry as a music producer.

Success as a producer:

His journey started in 2013 when he started producing for the likes of the Fraternity and E-Jay, a former member of Ghetto Prophecy that branched out as a solo artist. During the same year a friend realised his talents as a music producer and gave him contacts of affiliates in the music industry which included AKA. Having contacted him, they started working together and produced AKA’s hit single called Run Jozi in 2014. Their musical chemistry also resulted in the release of Sim Dope and All Eyes On Me which both charted number one locally on the South African Electronic Music Africa Charts. Other artists Tweezy has worked with include Chad da Don, Speedsta, L-Tido, Casper Nyovest but to name a few.

In 2014 he received his first nomination for producer of the year at the SA Hip-hop awards. He carried on to produce hits and got nominated for producer of the year once again in 2015 and won the award. Tweezy was also named 2015 producer of the year by Hype Magazine

Other Projects:

During the period 2014-2015 he got himself involved in animation work which was part of a graphics company which he had formed with a few friends called Digital Characters. They worked on a few visual arts related projects for the like of Cassper Nyovest music videos and Khuli Chana's Maftown Heights performances.

Accompanied with other chart topping singles (JR’s Soena Papa, E-Jay Hosh & Party ‘til Ekseni), This inevitably led to his Producer of the Year nomination at the 2014 South African Hip Hop Awards. As his dominance on the airwaves became apparent, urban African artists alike, such as: L-Tido, The Fraternity and more have embodied the Tweezy sound.

Tweezy on countless occasions, has been entrusted to deliver his best to many artists dreams of acquiring number 1 status, awards and many other accolades.

Having released his first solo single titled Ambition, the song has received critical acclaim and charted number two on YFM’s Urban Top 40 and an impressive number one on The Bomb Chart.

The “Tweezy Presents...” music series is his collaboration with artists to explore a sonic journey. Reason respectfully became the first artist to embrace the opportunity to be part of the experience.

RELEASES 2014/2015

$1·         E-Jay – The Hardest

$1·         Ghetto Prophecy – Get The Party

$1·         Ghetto Prophecy – Oh My

$1·         Ghetto Prophecy – Skhothane Se Rap

$1·         Ghetto Prophecy – All I Need

$1·         The Fraternity – All I Need

$1·         The Fraternity – Turn Me Up

$1·         AKA – Freedom

$1·         AKA – Run Jozi

$1·         AKA ft. KO and Yanga – Run Jozi

$1·         AKA ft. Burna Boy, JR and Da LES – All Eyes On Me

$1·         The Fraternity – Bheka Mina Ngedwa

$1·         JR – Soena Papa

RELEASES 2014/2015

$1·         DJ Capital – What You Like

$1·         AKA – Sim Dope

$1·         Chad Da Don ft. Cassper Nyovest

$1·         Chad Da Don – Sleep With The

$1·         Young Prince – Wena

$1·         Dream Team ft. Donald and Naak Musiq

$1·         Musiq – What’s Your Name

$1·         DJ Slique ft. JR and WTF – iLife

$1·         Reason ft. Tweezy – The Realest

$1·         L-Tido – Dlala Kayona

$1·         E-Jay – Party till Ekseni

$1·         Benchmarq ft. Tweezy - Get Lit

$1·         Dreamteam – Shamba Kanje

RELEASES 2014/2015

$1·         Dreamteam ft. AKA and Ice-Prince – Talk That Shit

$1·         The Fraternity ft. DJ Speedsta, Blaklez,

$1·         Duncan, Stilo Magolide

$1·         Smashis and Xoli-M – Bheka Mina Ngedwa Amplified

$1·         Emtee – Five O

$1·         Emtee – PikiPiki

$1·         Fifi Cooper ft. Emtee – Kuze Kuse

$1·         FIfi Cooper – Love Letter

$1·         AKA ft. Burna Boy, Yanga and Khuli Chana –Baddest

$1·         DJ Speedsta ft. Bucie and Kid X – Celebration

$1·         DJ Speedsta ft. Nasty C and Shane Eagle – I Want It All

$1·         B1 ft. Tweezy and Thiaps – Ingane Zobaba

$1·         Dipopaai – KOHH Theme Song

$1·         Dipopaai – Eish Angazi

$1·         Dipopaai – Skhanda Queen

$1·         Benchmarq - Bonang


Thembi Seete




Thembi Seete is a South African Kwaito Star, Actress and Television Personality.

Television Roles:

  • Played a minor role in the feature film Hijack Stories (2000)
  • Played Hazel, on SABC 1’s Yizo Yizo where she also sang the soundtrack to Yizo Yizo 2, which helped launch her solo music career
  • Played Lerato in the first two seasons of the SABC1 drama series Gaz'lam, and also made final guest appearance in the show's third season premiere (2002-2004, appearance in 2005)
  • Played Pumla in the South African made-for-TV movie Crossing the Line, written and directed by Brian Tilley (2005)
  • Played Nina Moloi in the SABC1 soccer drama series Zone 14 (2006-2010) Guest starred as Lily, a young Kwaito legend making a comeback who is brutally murdered, in an episode of the SABC1 drama series (2006)
  • Presented the SABC1 music dance show Jika Majika (2006-2013) Celebrity choir master in Clash of the Choirs (2013) Host of the dating game show Nguwe Na (2013-present)


Background: Thembi Seete always knew she had something inside of her that she wanted to share with everyone. She entered dance competitions while growing up in the Vaal before she hit the big time in Jozi when she joined the group Boom Shaka. She also comes from a musical family; Her brother, Moagi Seete is a National School of the Arts graduate who also co-wrote ‘FREE’, which was a huge hit across the country. Thembi launched her upmarket studio, Thembi Seete Productions, where all artists are welcome to utilise the facilities and create magic. She has since released her latest single titled 'Thuntsa Lerole' which has been getting heavy air play. She is best known for being one of the members of the Kwaito group Boom Shaka.



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