Tshepiso Aphane known better as T.H-C is a African Artist, Coming from Cape Town Currently residing in the City of Johannesburg. Having travelled through most provinces within South Africa and Having Lived in every major city, T.H-C’s has experience with all types of people. After having never lost a battle in the dubula sessions in Gugulethu Cape Town, T.H-C moved to Sunnyside pretoria in 2012 where His recording career began when he met The Genesis from The Blak Hand, having begun working on local hits and the local club circuit, T.H-C then moved to Joburg North in 2013, after a few struggles, He met SK from Diepsloot fm, who began his manager, after having 3 songs in the top 10. Now working on His digital album 7441-DoN.
7441-DoN is the debut digital album by South African hip hop recording artist T.H-C; it was released on September 26, 2016, independently. The title of the album was based on Summer Greens a neighbourhood in Cape Town whIch in his own words “Made me the Don I am” The album’s cover art features a current picture of T.H-C with Summer greens in the background. Alongside his team Triple P, they have dropped 3 documentaries, titled “Triple P documentary” After moving from the North into the west to further his education at the University of Monash, he then met Campus Canvas, a network of creatives made to build, push and help young people with dreams, he became a part of this initiative, as dreams are something too precious to waste. Also now embarking on his own extension of the “It’s not peer pressure, it’s just your turn” clothing range, you can be expecting only great things from T.H-C in the months and years that follow.
T.H-C performing in March 2015
December 06, 1992 (age 23)
Flora, Limpopo, South Africa.
|Other names||· Daddy D
· record executive
· IT professional
· System analyst
|Cape Town, Western Cape
Twitter : @THC_Watseba
- 1Early life
- 5Personal life
- 6Legal issues
- 10See also
- 12External links
Tshepiso Aphane was born on December 06 1992 and grew up in the Summer greens neighborhood of Milnerton Cape Town. He attended Bosmansdam primary school and Edgemedad High school, furthered his studies at Varsity college and is now at Monash University.
In a Monash tv interview, T.H-C explained his name was THC because “He makes people feel good and hungry, just like [THC]”
He wrote his first rap song at age 12. Although he had been on the Cape town scene many years before he sites his career began In 2012 when he met the Genesis in pretoria sunny side and began recording
2008–11: Career beginnings
In 2008, T.H-C formed a record label hosting a array of neighbourhood artist, but it was disbanded due to personal conflicts
2012-13: Concrete cavemen, Madiba Money
2012 T.H-C began with a bang releasing his first freestyle single over lil wayne’s megaman called “concrete caveman” which was regarded highly by the hip hop community of sunnyside, he then proceeded with “Madiba Money” a high charting single featuring the genesis produced by Toxsick.
He was featured on many Blak hand songs and was highly regarded for his freestyle abilities and stage presence.
2014–Present: Triple P, 7441-DoN, Documentaries
In the summer of 2014, T.H-C changed management and began working with Triple P. With Triple P he released 3 highly successful documentaries, freestyle clips and performed all over the country.
Late 2015 he released singles like “Time” and “Your Turn” and announced the release of his highly anticipated debut digital album/Mixtape 7441-DoN
7441-DoN was released 06 September 2016 with 23 songs tracklisted
T.H-C performing at Monash university in 2015.
Include : The Blak Chucky
He says he is influenced by Life and listens to all hip hop. His favourites includes Jay Z, Tupac, Biggie, Lil wayne, Big L, Ice Cube, Dr.Dre, Nas and eminem.
He is also a huge fan a reggae
- Black Chucky(TBA)
- 2000-GoD (TBA)
|2016||Triple P documentary 1||Himself||Documentary, Main Role|
|2016||Triple P documentary 2||Himself||Documentary, Main Role|
|2016||Triple P documentary 3.0||Himself||Documentary DVD, Main Role|