Zetfactor triumphs in battle of DJs

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ZULU Gumede, aka DJ Zetfactor, managed to defend his title at the battle of disc jockeys competition at Club Forty 40 on Saturday night.

OWN CORRESPONDENT

Zetfactor proved to be the crowd’s best wheel spinner as he shrugged off stiff competition from other 14 DJs contending for the title.

Runners-up were DJ Tawaz and Lacusto.

DJ Zetfactor was ecstatic after being crowned the best DJ for the second time after being crowned six months ago.
“I am very happy to be the winner tonight after such a tough competition.

“It is an honour to win this for the second time in a row and I thank all my friends and fans for the support.

“Battling other Djs keeps me in form and also helps me to grow. I’m now set to release my single in April next year,” he said.

Zetfactor urged his counterparts not to give up and work extra hard.

“The guys who lost should not give up, but use this platform as a stepping stone.

“The battle should make every participant, including myself, a stronger and a better wheel spinner,” Zetfactor said.
Sibanengi Ndebele, aka DJ Mzoe, echoed the same sentiments with Zetfactor.

“I urge the DJs who did not make it not to lose hope. They have to regularly play at clubs as practice would make them better and perfect wheel spinners,” he said.

DJ Zetfactor was born in Bulawayo in 1989 and did high school at David Livingstone High School in Ntabazinduna.
He started deejaying full time in 2007 soon after high school.

He is also a household name at nightspots in Gwanda.

He also won the Hustler’s Road-to-Fame in 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2012.