Thabsie, whose real name is Bathabise Biyela, has changed the way music is made. She has been able to get the attention of many South African music fans with her beautiful voice. She has been a backup singer for a lot of artists, so she must have learned a lot from them.
She not only sings, but she also writes songs and runs a business. Thabsie is a South African R&B singer who is famous for songs like "African Queen" and "Ngiyaz'fela Ngawe." In the second, she was in a song by Kwesta, a rapper who has won many awards. This song helped her break into the public eye.
Before putting out her first single, "Cry," the singer-songwriter backed up artists like Khuli Chana, Cassper Nyovest, Donald, ProVerb, and Black Motion.
"Cry," her first song, which featured KidX, one of the owners of the label, was an emotional open letter to the people who had hurt her. She says that the song is an open letter to the person who hurt her, and that she was very upset when she wrote it.
She was an investment banker for two years before she decided to do what she really wanted to do. Even though she made a lot of money as a banker, she didn't feel happy.
In 2016, she quit her job as a banker to pursue a career in music, but she only told her husband. She had been keeping it a secret because she didn't want anyone to blame her for failing in the music business or stop her from going after her dream. The next step was for her to tell her parents about the change in plans.
Her pictures are below.
Thabsie's parents never pushed her to finish school, get a job, or settle down, so they were fine with what she chose. They have always supported her and been happy with what she has done. Thabsie's father told her she didn't need a sugar daddy while she was in college. Since then, the two of them have called each other "sugar."
Thabsie SA Instagram Page
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