Bathabise Biyela, better known by his stage name Thabsie, is a South African singer-songwriter who worked as an investment banker before pursuing his musical career. Her entrance into the world of music, on the other hand, was no accident. Ever since she could remember, she had possessed a musical inclination.
Her mother has five daughters, and Thabsie is the fourth of those daughters.
She is a fitness enthusiast who spends a lot of money on gym equipment and dedicates a lot of time to working out. As a result, what happened next? She's got one of the most enviable physiques in the business.
Thabsie is not one to brag about her accomplishments, despite the fact that fame has long kissed her artistic endeavours. In fact, ostentation is one of her most aversive characteristics. It has a strong repulsive effect on her.
Bathabise "Thabsie" is a nickname for Bathabise. Kwesta's big hit "Ngiyaz'fela Ngawe" initially caught our attention with her soft vocals, which gave the music a slight R&B twist. Biyela's soothing vocals on Kwesta's smash hit "Ngiyaz'fela Ngawe" first caught our attention. The South African vocalist, who draws inspiration from international icons such as Aaliyah and Brandy, is vying for the top spot in the music industry.
At this point in time, the 25-year-old musician is exactly what South African R&B is in desperate need of. One of the things that distinguishes her music from everyone else's is that she blends silky vocals with powerful hip-hop beats to make her music stand out while also attempting to usher in an entirely new era for the genre.
"African Queen," her current single featuring JR, is the first single from an upcoming album, which she expects to be published before the end of this year.
See her photos below:
Thabsie is on Instagram, and her account has already earned a blue mark for having 1.1 million followers, which is impressive. In addition, she uses her Instagram account to share images with her family.
Photo Credit: Thabsie Instagram Page
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