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Zander Tyler (born February 22, 1982), better known under his stage name Jack Parow, is a South African rapper. Collaborations with other South African artists include Die Heuwels Fantasties, Die Antwoord and Francois Van Coke.
22 February 1982
Durbanville, Western Cape, South Africa
|Residence||Cape Town, South Africa|
|Alma mater||Durbanville High School|
|Known for||Rapping, associated acts: Die Heuwels Fantasties, Die Antwoord, Garlic Brown, Bittereinder, Francois Van Coke, Fokofpolisiekar, Van Coke Kartel, Inge Beckmann, P.H.Fat, Haezer, Gazelle, SiboT, JR, label: Parowphernalia, Supra Familias, TopNotch, Early B|
Parow wanted to be a rapper since he was in primary school. He used to rap with friend Keagan Cloete aka cutie cloete, citing Snoop Dogg's Doggystyle as an initial inspiration as well as the likes of T-Pain. Although he started rapping in English, he soon decided that he preferred Afrikaans.
His first hit came with the single Cooler as Ekke and jeffalingaling, which was promoted by friends in Die Heuwels Fantasties, He collaborated with them on their song Die Vraagstuk. He has since released four studio albums and toured around the world.
In 2016 Parow and his friend Hardus van Deventer shot a nine episode TV series titled Dis Hoe Ons Rol, which aired from July to August 2016 on the Kyknet premium TV channel. Filming took place as two legs over 30 days, during which Parow performed in each of South Africa's nine provinces at least once.
In January 2017 Parow launched his own brandy product known as Parow Brandy.
Parow has a daughter, Ruby Tyler, born in 2012. Ruby was the inspiration for Parow's 2014 song Dis Befok, and video footage for the 2016 remix of the song was shot by her via a chest-mounted camera.
|Nag Van Die Lang Pette|
|Dis Hoe Ons Rol
|Afrika 4 Beginners
|Cooler as Ekke|
|From Parow with Love|
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