My dance journey began when I attended Maibuye Dance Academy where I acquired training in multiple forms of dance. In 2010, I was discovered by a TV Show on ETV called Step Up or Step out, after which I continued to perform in Masters of Rhythm ( Vuzu Amp ), SA’s GOT Talent and Youth Root. I had an opportunity to be part of Stepping Stone with dancer, teacher and choreographer, Nedbank award-winning Letlhogonolo Lucky Nche. Driven Tshepo went on to open the Maloof World Skate-boarding Cup in Kimberly and in 2013 Tshepo danced with a street dance crew known as Splaka-Velli. The Crew took first place in Northern Cape Got Talent and went on to become Northern Cape Regional Champion for 2014-2015. I was awarded Outstanding Dancer and Teen Best Dancer and additionally, was the national representative for Southern Africa National Championship Hip Hop competition in 2014
I was later invited to study at Moving into Dance Mophatong in 2016 and a year later I was selected as a 3rd-year trainee at the company. It was during my 3rd year that I had an opportunity to perform at the National School of Arts, performing a work choreographed by Yusuf: Traffic. I was part of the Dance Explosion at Sibikwa Arts Centre in 2017. I then took part in workshops with legendary dancers such as Vicent Mantsoe, Moeketsi, David April and Thabo Rapo. As part of MID's Enable project, I worked with kids living with disabilities in 2017 and 2018. I performed with the company at the Moving into Dance season in Passage of Rites, a work Choreographed by legendary Sylvia Glasser. I was also part of the performance of We are still Marching choreographed by award-winning Sunny boy Motau. I performed in the Global citizen show in 2018 in a work choreographed by international award-winning Oscar Buthelezi, it was also in 2018 when I won the Sylvia Gasser choreography development award.
In 2019, I joined Vuyani Dance Theatre as an apprentice where he would create a solo The Convincer. I have since joining the company performed in numerous corporate productions as well as Gregory Maqoma’s Cion: Requiem of Ravle’s Bolero and Rise which have toured Europe and the United Stated of America.