Tweezy opens up on his journey in the music industry
Tweezy has taken to his social media to share his inspiring journey in the music industry.
Many has been in the industry for decades and some have been able to achieve their aim and objectives.
Their hard work, resilience and belief in themselves has landed them to where they are today.
One of those whose hard work is paving way for him now is Tumelo Mathebula popularly referred to ask Tweezy.
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.
According to him, he said he is currently going through what is regarded as an extremely dangerous stage of mental health, severe depression.
He revealed that his mental health involves emotions of not understanding himself again and that made him take the decision to go offline for a while to assist his healing journey.
See tweet below
how it started. how it’s going.
"😍" “😭🏆❤️” pic.twitter.com/xNfjX6o2x5
Coming from where I was just a year ago, this plaque is a representation of how hard I fought my demons to get my life back together…as well as how God remains faithful regardless of our mistakes and inconsistencies. I fought depression and won 😭🙏🏾❤️ https://t.co/VIt5xUYuvj