HE came, he played and conquered. DJ Stavo spun the decks at Club Forty 40 on Saturday night, putting up a sterling performance that left revellers asking for more.
Regarded as one of the top disc jockeys in the country, Kwekwe-based Steve Sanders, aka Dj Stavo, kept revellers up on their feet till the wee hours of Sunday morning.
Supported by Harare-based Star FM Dj Ash Styles — real name Nyasha Ashton Kada — and Bulawayo’s best Djs Mzoe and Zet factor, DJ Stavo pumped up the hits, much to the delight of Club Forty 40 revellers.
“It was an honour to play at the club. The fans danced all night although we were playing some music that they do not normally dance to since this is a stronghold of house music.
But we had them dancing to some reggae music,” Dj Stavo said.
The Kwekwe Hustler, as Dj Stavo is also known, played different genres — dance hall, hip-hop, house and even some jazz.
Dj Stavo is riding high with the single Yolo which featured Trevor Dongo and Sweet Love with Roki, Ex Q, Botswana’s Simple Night and Zeus.
He gave away free DVDs of the video Mnandi, which he co-produced with South Africa kwaito star Mandoza, during the gig at Club Forty 40