We finally get to know the highs and lows of Tebogo Thekisho as he has released his memoir, “The Book of ProVerb” and lets us in on his story.
ProVerb first caught Mzansi’s attention in 2005 with his now-classic debut hip-hop album ‘The Book of ProVerb’ – a record that now shares the name of his debut book!
After recording his first demo at age 15 using his mom’s hi-fi, ProVerb hustled his way into a versatile, award-winning media career in music, radio and TV, creating a reputation on platforms such as Channel O, Jam Alley and YFM. He’s been the host of Idols South Africa for over a decade.
The “Blessed and Highly Favoured” hit maker pays tribute to the people who’ve helped him become the person he is today, a successful businessman, radio and television host as well as an award-winning musician on his memoir.
In his autobiography, the star wears his heart on his sleeve, sharing lessons has he learnt during the different phases of his life, and he also opens up about the dark times he’s endured, including a painfully public divorce and suicide attempt.
Proverb recently took to his Instagram to share the cover of his memoir. He wrote: “My truth, my fears, my flaws, my dreams, my highs, my lows, my story.”
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