There is a saying that two minds are better than one and that is exactly what Mamelodi East based duo Tebza Ngwana and Tsebe Boy are doing.
By Ronald DK Nchabeleng
Tsebe Boy and Tebza Ngwana are a duo that were meant to be. Their real names are Thapelo Matlhangu and Samuel Tebogo Boshomane.
They met in December of 2018 and in January 2019 they released a project titled Footprint, an Amapiano EP consisting of seven tracks.
“Tsebe Boy came to my place to collect music samples and we just connected,” Tebza told Mams Music Gallery.
“He invited me to his studio and we started recording Bacardi music. We became friends, music and business partners from that point.”
Tebogo says they would like to see their music careers taking them out of poverty and also getting a chance to entertain the massive music lovers around the world.
“We are hoping to encourage and change the lives of those in need,” he adds. “It may be physical, emotional or financial, and give those who come after us hope that music can be a career and a life changing (thing).”
He says their biggest challenge is to market their brand to relevant audiences and also getting shows (gigs).
“We lack that management element which can take us to the next level,” he says.
The duo have released a number of singles after their debut EP Footprint, including a 10-track Bacardi album titled Book of Bacardi.
They have also released the official music video of their song Lebotlolo in December 2019.
Their latest release is the collaboration mixtape named Sghubu sa Pitori Vol 1 along side Fearless Element.