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Black Coffee Imagines An SA Carnival

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Black Coffee imagines a South African Carnival showcasing our culture. The legendary DJ is currently in the land of the biggest Carnival in the World. He is visiting Rio de Janeiro for the official Carnival at Camarote. The Carnival breaks its own record every year, with over 90 000 people gathering daily during the course of the Carnival to see the dancing and exotic dresses live in action.

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This experience definitely inspired Black Coffee to imagine what a nationwide South African Carnival would be like and that had us thinking about the same thing too. Wouldn’t it be cool to have an authentic South African Carnival experience that is void of Western/Latin influence? Black Coffee went on to Twitter to say:

Imagine we had our own Carnival…taking to the streets showcasing our SA Cultures in the highest forms….making tradition cool again.

We definitely agree with the legendary DJ, Of course, people might argue that the Cape Town Carnival, however, that Carnival does not showcase the whole of SA, only a select part of the country.

Let us know what you think, and how you think a South African Carnival would look like.

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LebzaTheVillain makes history!

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LebzaTheVillain makes history, being first YFM DJ to mix live from BBC.

House and Dance music DJ and producer LebzaTheVillain made his mark and history by being the first YFM DJ to mix a music set live on the popular youth station from the BBC Broadcasting House in London on Friday the 10th of August 2018.

Weekly, LebzaTheVillain provides mixes on YFM through the stations feature called #YTKO. Last week Friday’s #YTKO mix was particularly a special one as it was brought to fans and listeners live from London in real time.

LebzaTheVillain also gave the Europeans a one of a kind experience through his body moving sets at London night club Nomad at the opening of its new Friday night sessions called “KUDU”. The DJ also made his way to Manchester, where he performed at popular night club called Rebellion as well as the Manchester Carnival. The DJ shared various images and videos on his social media pages of the crowd getting down to his mixing.

It’s beautiful to see how the world can be united through a common love for Dance and House music and it was my greatest pleasure to see how receptive and appreciative the crowds were to the music. They really know how to party

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