The Namibian (Windhoek)

Namibia: Dj Style to Rock Old Chez Ntemba

Namibian House Music fans can prepare for a party second to none when one of South African’s hottest House artists, DJ Style is expected to rock the Old Chez Ntemba next Friday, November 23.

Renowned for his top hit ‘Paradise’, featuring Katy B, Namibians will best remember the towering DJ for his super hit ‘Sthandwa Sami’ with our own singing sensation Berthold, featuring Lady May.

The soft-spoken Style, also has other hits like ‘Touch The Floor’, ‘Love Me Eternally’ and ‘Call Me,’ which had the South African entertainment fraternity buzzing with excitement.

Style is not only a well known DJ, but he is also a talented producer with a versatile ability to cook up everything from deep soulful, comical vibes, tribal vibes, funky and electro house music.

Having travelled the length of South Africa, Style is no stranger to local fans as well, having also thrilled at Cheers Lounge early last year.

He has been a popular feature at music festivals around South Africa such as the Ekurwini Festival, ANC Festival in Limpopo and, as his reputation grew, he was head hunted to play at some popular clubs in Kimberley, Pretoria, Mpumalanga, Limpopo, the Eastern Cape and Johannesburg.

He has shared the studio with some of the finest DJs in South Africa including Bojo Mujo, Choice, Pacco, Bobo, Vukani, Biblos, Teddy Bears and the House Therapy Crew.

DJ Style will feature the likes of DJ 2Piece Delicious, DJ Kboz, DJ Andre 2000, DJ Razor Sonofabeat from Botswana and the Rockfella DJs.

Damage for the show is N$50 (before midnight) and N$100 for the VIPs. Tickets will only be available at the entrance. For more details on the show contact 085 629 6825 or 081 788 2300.

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