DJ Euphonik is known for his very successful music career as well as his penchant to not hold back. He has gotten into a trouble a few times for the things that he has said but most of the time; these things come from a good place. We recently had an opportunity to pick his brain on certain topics and he obliged.
Euphonik thinks that within the next couple of years, House music is going to implode
He shared his thoughts on the state of House music and according to him; it is going to a bad place. He spoke about DJ’s nowadays turning into jukeboxes who just churn out songs that are on the radio instead of creating a signature sound that can distinguish you.
“South African House music is at a state where DJ’s cannot carry on as juke boxes. Do you want to be that guy that plays music that is on the radio, the TV, on the podcasts on the whatever. Do you want to be a juke box or do you want to have a particular sound?”
He shares how he transitioned from being a house DJ to being a property guru
He also spoke about how the transition from being a house DJ to being a homeowner was for him. Euphonik is known for sharing his opinions and experiences in the property sector and it seems to be going well for him.
“The move from House music into property is the same. You play House and you use that money to buy a house.” He explains that this hit him 10 years ago when he realized that one needs to use the time you have while things are going well for you in order to build a sustainable future.
“We just need to move ourselves from a point of selling time which is you being there physically and investing in things that are running whether you are here or in Monaco.”
We also had a chat with him regarding a recent development that he is part of in Pretoria. Peep the rest of the interview!
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Ntando Duma announced a few months ago that she is making a comeback to the much loved local drama series Rhythm City in January 2019, after leaving the soapie a couple of years ago. The comeback aired on the 31st of January which coincided with the debut episode of season 2 of Gqom Nation on MTV Base. We caught up with multi-talented and free spirited TV presenter and actress.
She spoke to us about her big return to acting on the popular soapie, Rhythm City and her buzzing television career. Also stating that she has a couple of projects in the pipeline which she cannot speak about right now. “There’s actually quite a lot that I’ll be doing in terms of acting but I can’t freely reveal now.”
But she expressed how excited she is now that she will be back on the popular show. “But Rhythm City, I was excited to go back,” she gleefully expressed. She also spoke a little about her character growth- from being a wild teenager who did things on her own terms- and change of appearance with the obvious one being her growing her hair out. “I’m channeling different moments, I’m channeling a different side of acting,” she proudly states.
She also touched on being more comfortable with being in front of the camera and with actually calling herself an actress.
“When I started acting I didn’t really consider myself as an actress ‘cause I feel like it just ambushed me; the acting career ambushed me, I wasn’t ready for it. Now that I know how it’s done, now that I’ve learnt from the previous times, it’s actually quite amazing.”
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