Streetz music career started in 2011 when he was exposed to local hip hop music and got inspiration from his home based artists. He started reciting established artists’ rhymes, artists such as HHP, Morafe, Notshi and Cassper Nyovest he believes that the influence was heavy on him as they used his mother tongue and they told a lot of real stories, later on he learned how to write his own lyrics.
The motive behind working on his mixtape after only focusing on being one of the sought after dancers in Mzansi, and being part of the A&R team for so many hits, was to offer himself to the masses in a new light and to explore his other creative side which is being a rapper.
His latest offering is titled “SHEYGO”. He basically explains a character that can fit into different social groups, he named that character Sheygo.
His mixtape explains how he sees life and carrying out a positive message to the masses in a very unique sound that will easily capture listeners that support or listens to trap music.
He titled the single “SHEYGO” after working with a well known producer “Beatjunky” who was at that time working with different producers to create a hub of beat submissions for all the artists that are signed under his record label.
The music in the tape gives awareness about spiritual well-being, it inspires listeners to follow God’s way and start living a POSITIVE life. He believes his music career is God’s plan to attract youth to his savior, God by listening to his music, it encourages them to be closer to God and live right.
Tjo-Tjo is a single that had great reviews in the last quarter of 2016, a song featuring Streetz and many say it may be the best verse on the song.
Streetz is currently working on promoting Long Walk To Archarville which will be a free L.P for download. First single on the tape is Weekend Babies ft. A1 through shows, radio, TV and online interviews we will promote this single for the summer 2017.
He is also pushing his brand Str. Wize Entertainment through the mentorship of Hip Hop Pantsula, Khuli Chana and Katlego Malatji.