Glen Lewis (born Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba; March 1975) is a South African record producer. He is also a club and radio Deejay and TV entertainment personality.
He is known to many for hosting ‘Glen and Unathi’, a Metro FM’s drivetime show, alongside Unathi Nkayi.
He is also popular for playing the role of a judge on season 2 of Popstars, a reality competition, in 2003.
|Name||Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba|
|Other Names||Glen Lewis|
|Age||45 years old|
|Date of birth||March 1975|
|Place of birth||Pimville, Soweto|
|Profession||Disc Jockey, radio and TV Personality|
He was allegedly suspended by Radio 2000 in July 2018, he got the boot allegedly for playing music from his memory stick.
He played the music disregarding the radio station’s play-list policy. Sunday World reported that the former Metro FM and Touch HD presenter was reported to the SABC internal audit alongside the general manager for radio Leuba Ramakgolo for investigations.
The deejay worked at radio personality in Radio2000, where he became popular.
He is an anchor on ‘The Glenzito Superdrive’ from 3 pm – 6 pm on Weekdays.
The deejay once received a suspension from Radio 2000, he later received a callback.
He is known to many music lovers for ‘deep house tunes’. He began his deejaying career in clubs, he is also among the originators and the first Deejay of the Mid-Tempo CD entries in 1999.
He dropped his Numero Uno, five (5) months after the ‘Mid-Tempo CD’ in 1999.
The following year, in 2000, he dropped his personal Midtempo. He owns an entertainment company in Johannesburg, established in 1999.
He trains and teaches aspiring and new Deejays in the entertainment industry.
He has also collaborated with others with any artists and fellow DJs. In 2001, the Disk Jockey worked with DJ Fresh to release ‘Gatecrusher Meets Afrika’.
Lately, he dropped Midtempo III’ alongside Deejay Bionic, it housed Hip hop music tracks.