TNS (born Nkazimulo Ngema; 18 July 2000 in Mandeni) is a South African singer, DJ, and producer. Though he is new in the music scene, the young talent has started making waves.
His hit songs including ‘Banomoya’, ‘My Dali’, and ‘Club Controller’, have brought the rising star to the limelight.
TNS mentioned that Prince Kaybee allegedly wanted to buy one of his songs titled ‘Club Controller’.
The popular musician and DJ had the intention of taking full credit for the song, TNS who wanted to be a part of the song requested a 50/50 share.
|Born||18 July 2000 (age 21 years)|
|Label||Sony Music Africa|
|Occupation||Singer, DJ, and producer|
He was born in Mandeni, KwaZulu-Natal, though TNS had a troubled childhood. His determination coupled with his passion and desire to fight for his believes kept him through difficulties.
He had to grow up in the streets, the place to sleep, and how to get a meal were one of his big challenges.
His love for music dates back to his young days and in 2012, TNS then went into the music scene.
After five (5) years, he connected with Prince Kaybee, a popular South African musician and DJ. The Deejay helped brought him to the spotlight.
His date of birth is on 18 July 2000 and the place of birth is in Mandeni, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. TNS is 21 years old, he celebrates his birthday every year on July 18th.
He is also a loving partner and father. Many times he has shared with followers pictures of his girlfriend and son on Instagram.
In a recent post, he shared a picture that contained his woman and the caption below followed.
“Love is all about growing and caring for each other through good times, bad times & tough times.”
The young talented Disk Jockey, singer, and producer -TNS, is signed to Sony Music Africa.
The singer who started from nothing has been building his presence in the music scene. He has dropped many projects and they received positive feedback from listeners.
TNS has dropped solo projects and has had collaborations with other heavyweights in the South African music industry.
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