Glen Lewis Biography
Glen Lewis (born Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba) is a South African radio personality. He is also a Disk Jockey (DJ), club DJ and record producer.
He is famous for being the host at the Metro FM drivetime show.
- Real name: Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba.
- Gender: male.
- Nationality: South African.
- Profession: radio personality, disk jockey, record producer.
In late 1995, he joined Metro FM where he worked on the 12-3 pm slot. After working for a year, Glen moved to do the drive time slot which held from 3-6 pm.
Later. he became the host at the breakfast show from Monday to Friday.
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He appeared in the second season of City Ses’ la where he portrayed the role of a judge in the Popstars, season two (2), a reality show.
He founded the Skeelo & Pebbles Entertainment in 1999 and in the same year became a radio presenter at MetroFM.
Glen was a radio jock at Radio bop and a TV presenter on SABC 1’s Technics heart of the beat. He was a co-producer of Baphixile.
He dropped his debut Mid-Tempo CD compilations in 1999. After five (5) months he dropped Numero Uno, a collection of pulsating Latic house tracks.
He collaborated with DJ Fresh to release Gatecrasher Meets Afrika in 2001.
- Don’t You Forget It
- Fall Again
- Can’t Say Love
- It’s Not Fair
- Something To See
- Back for More
- Beautiful Eyes
- Time Soon Come
- I Wanna Go Deep
- Your Song
- What’s Come Over Me?
- This Love
- Simple Things
- One More Day
- Is It True
- Never Too Late
- Take Me
- Take You High
- Ugly Face
- Random Thoughts
- Up & Down
- All My Love (duet with Melanie Fiona)
- Searching For That One
- Make Luv
- What A Fool Believes
- All I See Is You
- Living A Dream
- Better With Time
DJ Fresh Beef
DJ Fresh shared that the beef between him and Glen dates from their time as rival radio hosts on YFM and Metro FM.
“When I was at YFM and Glen was at Metro FM, we both did the afternoon drive shows and there was a perceived beef between us.
“We would also take potshots at each other. We never hated each other.
“We worked together on Gatecrasher Meets Afrikha through Gallo Music because Glen had a deal there.
“There is no beef. The fact that we have not done a second album has nothing to do with beef.”
“I know for a fact that generally, in our industry, there is awkwardness when I am doing a show you used to do,” he said.