Education Student Successful in Music and Fashion Worlds
Education student Mr Thabiso Ntshangase recently launched his own clothing line and founded his own entertainment company: No Limits Entertainment.
Ntshangase, who uses the stage name T-boe, is excited his dreams are finally coming true.
Still determined to be a teacher, Ntshangase, is also a hip-hop artist and producer, releasing his first mixtape usazogcwala in 2015. Now his new singles WOLA and BHENGA are climbing the South African hip-hop charts.
‘As a teacher you are seen as a leader, a creator, a critical thinker, knowledgeable, a mediator, a planner, a role model and as a person who is patient, who can endure and take on any situation in a classroom. I feel that the qualities of an educator are the same as being in business,’ he said.
From a young age, Ntshangase displayed a love for both music and fashion. ‘I loved listening to the radio especially when they played kwaito music which is the genre I fell in love with because of its different and moving sound,’ said Ntshangase. ‘I listened to Zola, Mzekezeke and even Brown Dash. They are the artists who inspired me to create my own music. I began doing music as a hobby but as time went on, I connected with hip-hop because it was similar to kwaito and now I blend the two genres to create my own songs.
‘I plan to grow my company and to release more good music.’
He is currently working with fashion retailers to distribute his clothing line in stores and is busy designing a unisex winter fashion range.
His clothing brand is available by order through Facebook (T-boe SA & Thabiso T-boe Ntshangase), on Instagram and twitter @t-boesa, and email: email@example.com