A hugely successful South African kwaito act formed by three school friends, the name TKZee was an acronym of the members' first names. Their debut, a mini-album titled "Take it eezy", was released in 1996 and was considered to be musically ahead of its time.

Hit singles "Palafala" and "Shibobo" followed, the latter featuring guest rapping by Bafana Bafana and Ajax Amsterdam striker Benni McCarthy and "quickly captured the imagination of a kwaito crazy and soccer mad country competing in its first ever Soccer World Cup" in 1998.

The group cleaned up at the 1999 SAMAs (South African Music Awards) and finally disbanded in 2001 after having released a compilation album featuring guest artists from their own TKZ Wrekords label.

2007 saw TKZee again make headlines, this time for being almost 2½ million rands behind in income tax payments.
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CDBMGS(WS)701 TKZEE - Take It Eezy album art TKZEE Take It Eezy(CD, MiniAlbum) TKZee Rekordz CDBMGS(WS)701 South Africa 1996 Sell This Version
TKZEE - Halloween album art TKZEE Halloween (Album) BMG Africa South Africa 1998 Sell This Version
0000001 TKZEE - Trinity album art TKZEE Trinity(CD, Mini, Album) BMG 0000001 South Africa 1999 Sell This Version
CDHOLA2018 TKZEE - Coming Home album art TKZEE Coming Home(CD, Album) Sony Music South Africa CDHOLA2018 South Africa 2009 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

CDBMG(WS)713 TKZEE - Palafala album art TKZEE Palafala(CD, Maxi) BMG Records Africa CDBMG(WS)713 South Africa 1997 Sell This Version
CDBENNI17 TKZEE - Shibobo album art TKZEE & Benni* TKZEE & Benni* - Shibobo(CD, Single) BMG Records Africa CDBENNI17 South Africa 1998 Sell This Version


CDHOLA2004 TKZEE - Guz Hits album art TKZEE Guz Hits(CD, Comp) BMG Africa CDHOLA2004 South Africa 2005 Sell This Version

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