|Birth name||Busisiwe Nolubabalo Nqwiliso|
|Also known as||Bucie Nkomo|
March 10, 1987|
Kimberley, Northern Cape
Klerksdorp, North West|
|Years active||2006 - 2018|
|Labels||Demor Music Group|
Bucie (born Busisiwe Nolubabalo Nqwiliso on 10 March 1987) is a retired South African recording artist, singer and songwriter. She released her debut solo studio album, Rockstar, and her second studio album, Turn Me On in 2008.
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Retirement from Music
Bucie revealed in a 20174 interview with True Love magazine that she would retire from music to focus on being a wife and a mother.
A year after her retirement, she did an interview with Power FM's Mpumi Mlambo and revealed that she no longer enjoyed fame, "I grew up wanting to be famous. I think what I wanted was to be famous and everyone to know me. All I wanted was to be famous then. Now it is different. Now I want nothing to do with fame. I just want to sing and have no one know the face behind the voice. It is so exhausting".
In an interview with a now defunct Destiny Magazine, Bucie described the music industry as "cruel", "If someone is not your blood relative, they aren’t your family, she says. It’s a cruel industry and you realise that those who have made it and who you look up to are the very same people who oppress you".
She later told the Sowetan that her 2018 album, Rebirth was her last. "This is my final album, I’m out, I also just want to take some time off and spend it with my family. I’m a mom again. I have my sons, and need to spend time with them."
Bucie is married to Zimbabwean Chartered Accountant, Nhlanhla Nkomo. "He came into my life unexpectedly. I had just broken up with someone I dated for three and a half years. and told myself I wouldn't allow myself to," Bucie told True Love magazine.
"I was resentful because my ex and I were together for so long and in the end he wasn't 'The One'. I was angry at myself for not seeing the signs sooner. I put so much energy into that relationship only for it to not work," Bucie said in an interview with True Love magazine.
"He came to the other bedroom and grabbed her cellphone from her hand. He went through her cellphone and then went out of the bedroom. She followed him and asked for her cellphone. He then slapped her on the face and she pushed him down the stairs.
He came back and continued to assault her with an open hand. He hit her with a fist on her face and on the head. The victim has no visible injuries," ZAlebs quoted a police statement.
- ZAlebs, Bucie Allegedly Assaulted By Her Husband, 11 April 2020
- Drum/ News24, Bucie opens up about meeting her man, 11 April 2020
- Discogs, Bucie, 11 April 2020
- Times LIVE, Bucie: All I wanted was to be famous, now fame makes me miserable, 11 April 2020
- Sowetan LIVE, Bucie on married life: He allows me to be myself, 11 April 2020
- Cosmopolitan, Bucie is Retiring After 10 Years in the Music Industry, 11 April 2020
- All 4 Women, Bucie shares shocking details of her life-threatening pregnancy, 11 April 2020
- Channel24, Bucie: I wish to focus on raising my children and being a wife, 11 April 2020
- People Magazine, Bucie Nqwiliso Has Reasons To Rejoice! [EXCLUSIVE, 11 April 2020]
- Citizen, Bucie will get royalties from Drake’s ‘Get It Together’, 11 April 2020