Bathabise Biyela, Thabsie's birth name, has revolutionized the music industry. She has been able to attract the attention of many South African music fans because to her wonderful vocals. She must have learned a lot from the performers she's backed up during their performances because she's been a backup vocalist for so many of them.
She is a singer, songwriter, and entrepreneur, among other things. Thabsie is a prominent South African R&B performer known for hit tunes such as African Queen and Ngiyaz'fela Ngawe. She appeared in Kwesta's multi-award-winning rapper's song in the later. One of her stepping stones into the limelight was this song.
Full names: Bathabise Biyela
Place of birth: Cape Town, South Africa
Occulation: Singer and song writer
Marital status: Married
Thabsie is a stage name for Bathabise Biyela, a South African investment banker turned singer-songwriter. Her venture into music, however, was not by chance. Since she was a child, she had always had a musical spirit.
Thabsie is the fourth child in a family of five females.
She is a fitness nut who spends a lot of money on gym equipment and spends a lot of time working out. What's the end result? She has one of the best looks in the business.
Despite the fact that her musical efforts have long been rewarded with renown, Thabsie is not one to brag. In fact, ostentation is one of her biggest turn-offs. It irritates her to no end.
Thabsie is one of the few people with a university degree in an industry where many people drop out to follow their musical goals. Johannesburg University is located in Johannesburg, South Africa. She was able to find a job as an investment banker with this degree, which she held until the allure of music drew her into Mzansi's RnB orbit.
Thabsie may not be the most prolific performer in South African music, but he has a substantial number of songs that are still popular in the country.
Thabsie has sung backup for Donald, Cassper Nyovest, Proverb, and Black Motion, and her vocal talents are still in high demand in the Rainbow Nation.
Although she already has multiple songs to her credit and is well-known, it wasn't until she appeared as a guest on Kwesta's chart-topping hit "Ngiyaz'fela Ngawe" that the world took notice of her and her singing talent.
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