Boity is a South African media personality, model, actress and rapper. Having established herself over the years in the industry, she came into the spotlight with the release of her debut single “Wuz Dat” that features Africa’s top rapper Nasty C. With her fresh rhyme skills, clean flow, cheeky and feisty yet sleek delivery, Boity will be making her debut on Coke Studio Africa as the only South African artist on the upcoming season, joining other female acts from across Africa in the new season set to air on TV from February 2019.


Releasing her first single in September 2018, Boity’s has been known as a huge hip-hop fan. Venturing into the music scene is an organic step in her career and one that is a childhood dream coming to fruition. She says, “I have always known that I can rap, it is one of those passions that have been bubbling under and I am happy to finally have the guts to come out and share my talent with my fans". “It has been an incredible yet daunting journey, but I am extremely grateful for it all.” She had an impeccable performance at The Migos concert in 2017 which put her music star in the spotlight.


Lauded by the likes of Slikour, Reason, Gemini Major and Anatii, Boity is starting her music journey and takes pride in the quality of her music. This talented star has a global vision for her career, with hopes of working with some of the best in the game and taking her music to global stages. She is heavily influenced by the likes of Kanye West, Drake, Cardi B, AKA and Shane Eagle.


The 28 year old has made a name for herself as a renowned media personality. Born Boitumelo Thulo, she was raised in South Africa. She attended Potchefstroom primary and high school for girls and holds a degree in Psychology and Criminology. Boity is popularly known for her role on Mzansi Magic’s Rockville and as a host on Club 808 on E.TV and on SABC 1’s educational show The Media Career Guide.