Tweezy Reacts To His Two SA Hip Hop Tracks Being The Most Streamed On Spotify. Tweezy is one of South Ah most talented Hip Hop producers and is a certified hitmaker. Tweezy has created some of South Ah biggest hip hop tracks that have gone on to do very well on the charts and still continue to do well. The hitmaker recently shared that whilst he is still alive, SA Hip Hop won’t die and his latest reaction has shed light on what he meant with his words.
Tweezy recently reacted to a tweet that spoke of two SA hip hop tracks that he produced and are doing well in terms of streams on popular streaming platforms Spotify. The tweet shared that AKA’s song All Eyes On Me is the most streamed SA Hip Hop song and is followed by Nasty C’s song King on Spotify. “AKA holds the most Spotify streamed SA Hip Hop song title with All Eyes on me sitting on 6 391 443. Followed by King by Nasty C SA that sits on 4 882 781 Spotify streams. Fun Fact: Both songs are produced by Tweezy ZA,” read the tweet he shared.
Tweezy in his retweet noted the fun fact and said that this is what he meant by his previous tweet. “When I said “SA Hip Hop can never die as long as I’m alive” this is what I meant.” Tweezy had the Twitter streets going crazy when he said, what he said. Tweezy was simply adding his voice to the ongoing conversation on the state of SA Hip Hop but instead ruffled feathers with his statement. While some people may not be convinced that Tweezy is the guy to keep SA Hip Hop alive numbers do not lie.
Tweezy is never shy to celebrate his wins when it comes to the music he makes, as a lot of work goes behind the scenes in creating the magic. Tweezy when his collaboration with Cassper Nyovest was certified gold Tweezy shared what the plaque meant to him. Not only was the single certified by also pulled in huge streaming numbers, at the time it has passed 1.3 million streams. “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.”