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Crazy Ghetto triumphs on Easter


FORMER Bulawayo disc jockey Walter Kudakwashe Ncube, aka Dj Sweeto, and his Harare-based Crazy Ghetto outfit set the Club Forty-40 ablaze until the wee hours of Sunday entertaining the crowd.


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The event which started late was curtain raised by Bulawayo’s disc jockeys Humble Kid, Frits, Mzoe, Ash T who spun the decks before the Crazy Ghetto DJz.

Crazy Ghetto DJz spun the decks after midnight with different kinds of genrés which kept Club Forty-40 on fire and everyone dancing to their music during their Easter homecoming.

Speaking to the Southern Eye Lifestyle, Club Forty-40 entertainment manager Sibanengi Ndebele, aka DJ Mzoe, said the show was a success pointing out a huge turnout.

“The show was a great success and the turnout was good. Soon we are planning an exchange programme with Crazy Ghetto DJz that we sell our local DJs each month that they go to Harare and play there and they will get a chance to be exposed and even rub shoulders with other DJs there,” he said.

In addition, he said this would also give them a chance to learn more skills which they will bring to the City of Queens and Kings.

DJ Sweeto who is the leader of Crazy Ghetto DJz encouraged the local DJs not to spin the decks in one local place, but should go around in each and every corner of the country in order to be exposed and learn more skills.

“The secret to becoming a successful DJ in this industry is that one should be exposed. DJs must try going around in different places in and out of the country, this helps in meeting different people and getting to know what people want. It also makes one to get to know what is on the market that the people like to listen,” he said.

He said a lot has changed and clubs are doing the same type of entertainment yet not noticing patrons are starving for a different kind. DJ Sweeto thanked his friends and Bulawayo DJs for making the show a success.

“I would like to thank the Bulawayo DJs for creating a hang out movement which is held by Mark Mavusane which helps DJs to share skills and their talent. I would also thank them for making Crazy Ghetto show a success. Thank you to DJ Mzoe, Joe Tha Og, Khumz, Zulu, Prince and all who came and supported us,” he added.

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