Glen Lewis Biography

Glen Lewis whose real name is Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba is a South African radio personality, DJ and record producer. He is popularly known for hosting Metro FM drivetime show.

Glen Lewis Career

He was featured in the second season of City Ses’la.

He played the role of a judge in the second season of the reality show, Popstars.

He joined Metro FM in November 1995 where he started working on the 12pm to 3pm slot. After a year he moved to do the drive time slot from 3pm to 6pm, before hosting the breakfast show from Monday to Friday.

In 1999, Mr. Lewis founded Skeelo & Pebbles Entertainment. That same year, he became radio presenter at MetroFM. Previously, he held several positions. He was radio jock at Radio bop. He was also a TV presenter on SABC 1’s Technics heart of the beat. Glen Lewis co-produced Baphixile. In addition, he is a radio jock at Thohoyandu.

Lewis Mpotseng Tshinaba released his first of the Mid-Tempo CD compilations in 1999. Five months later he released Numero Uno, which is a collection of pulsating Latic house tracks. In 2001, he teamed up with DJ Fresh to release Gatecrusher Meets Afrika.

Glen Lewis
Glen Lewis

Glenn Lewis Albums

  • World Outside My Window
  • Moment of Truth
  • Bout Your Love
  • Don’t You Forget It
  • Sghubhu Sa Mampela

Glenn Lewis Songs

  • Don’t You Forget It
  • Fall Again
  • Can’t Say Love
  • It’s Not Fair
  • Something To See
  • Back for More
  • Beautiful Eyes
  • Time Soon Come
  • I Wanna Go Deep
  • Your Song
  • What’s Come Over Me?
  • This Love
  • Simple Things
  • Don’t You Forget It
  • Lonely
  • One More Day
  • Dream
  • Is It True
  • Never Too Late
  • Take Me
  • Sorry
  • Take You High
  • It’s Not Fair
  • Ugly Face
  • Random Thoughts
  • Up & Down
  • Can’t Say Love
  • All My Love (duet with Melanie Fiona)
  • Searching For That One
  • Closer
  • Make Luv
  • What A Fool Believes
  • All I See Is You
  • Living A Dream
  • Better With Time

Glen Lewis News: Glen Lewis disses Tbo Touch

Source: Channel24

Online radio station Touch HD owned by Thabo “Tbo Touch” Molefe recently announced its new lineup which includes the likes of Rebecca Malope, Ntando Duma, The microwave Boys and many others. In the new line up, Touch HD has excluded the likes of Sammy Sosa and DJ Glen Lewis.

In 2016, Glen Lewis resigned from SABC radio station Metro FM after 22 years of serving diligently and migrated to Touch HD, but it seems things have changed as Glen Lewis’s slot on Touch HD has been taken by new age trio The Microwave Boys with The breakfast wave (7-10 AM).

Tbo Touch posted on Twitter, thanking Glen Lewis for his contribution.

“Salute the Legend Glen Lewis; radios Hall Fame without a doubt,” he wrote.

“Your contribution to the industry is unsurpassed and I’m grateful to be counted amongst those who’ve shared the microphone with you and this is just chapter two of our historical journey.”

Glen responded with a shocking message, “This dude though makes me laugh, singing praises all of a sudden. Coward, hypocrite, shut up already.”

Responding to the tweets is Tbo Touch’s publicist Lulu Mthimkhulu who said people react differently to change and that everything from Touch HD has been amicable.

“I can’t speak as to why Glen is upset but we wouldn’t make changes without careful thought,” she told DRUM.

“As far as I know, there is no beef between Touch HD and Glen.”

Lulu says the station needed to make changes in order to keep up with the times.

“People want to talk; you cannot play a song and come back to announce it. You need to engage, there needs to be a dialogue and the digital platforms are constantly changing.”

Lulu also added that Touch felt the Microwave boys will add a youthful element to the slot.

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