- Tweezy was filled with pride when Netflix Original Series Blood & Water decided to feature his track in their show
- Making the announcement on social media, Tweezy expressed his great pride and gratitude, giving glory to God
- Hearing his track feature on the show was definitely one of the proudest moments in his career
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Tweezy just got a hella lit feature on Netflix Original Series Blood & Water. Hearing hist track on the show was a true honour.
Life is not defined by the big wins, it is defined by all the small ones and how we react to them – be grateful, always.
Briefly.co.za learnt that the award-winning Mzansi producer and hip-hop star managed to break barriers and get his music on international TV.
Tweezy has been fearless in his pursuit of success. Making SA hip-hop shine has been his goal, and best believe it’s what he’s doing.
Taking to social media with great pride and gratitude, Tweezy revealed that one of his instrumental pieces made it onto Blood & Water. Nasty C has apparently received a nod from the show too.
Our boys are doing the thing!
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“God is going ham. My production is making a young cameo on the highly anticipated Netflix series #Blood&Water. Fun fact: this beat is the instrumental of one of my songs, can you guess which song it is?”
In other news, the visuals for Cassper Nyovest's smash hit Amademoni featuring Tweezy dropped.
The video has been viewed over hundreds of thousands of times on YouTube since it dropped on 1 May.
Confused fans of both the artists have taken to social media to ask why Tweezy was not in the video.
Tweezy, who is known for producing hip-hop bangers, also did the hook on Amademoni.
Both the artists have taken to social media to explain to their fans why Tweezy doesn't feature prominently on the vid.
Cassper has explained that they were not able to shoot the video together because of Mzansi's lockdown regulations aimed at curbing the spread of the virus.
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