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DJ Mdix has sent aficionados of house music into a tizz, in the nick of time for the bubbly season.
His delightful hit uMvulo has even earned him support from the absolute most prevalent house music stars, for example, Prince Kaybee.
The melody about blue Mondays brags Mdix’s deep signature and is pushed by live instruments. It highlights vocalist Zanda Zakuza and has done well on the neighborhood diagrams and move floors. It’s as of now crested at number one at TruFM, it’s on the Metro FM outlines and appreciates high turn on Ukhozi FM and Igagasi FM.
“Everyone can identify with blue Mondays, that is the reason the melody is doing as such well. The component of soul makes it uncommon as well, the strings and the saxophone. I experienced childhood with jazz that was played for the most part by my uncles,” Mdix says.
The 28-year-old, whose genuine name is Lungisani Khuzwayo, has not generally had it simple. Raised by a single parent, the last conceived of three, he needed to battle for himself from an early age, to such an extent that he dropped out of school. He turned into the tyke ponder of house in Port Shepstone where he originates from.
“I began playing music in secondary school. I was good to the point that gigs just poured in. I got so bustling that I needed to leave school in Grade 11 as a result of furious voyaging. I was doing places similar to Mthatha, East London and Durban. So envision going back to class on Monday following a bustling end of the week.
“Not that the cash was awesome. I needed to go and ponder a one-year course in IT to help myself, yet after two years I was back completing my matric through correspondence.”
Mdix’s life improved only this month when he inked an arrangement with Open Mic creations who heard his music in Durban.
They flew him to Johannesburg to record the collection. Things have been going swimmingly well since he is working with his homeboy, maker Siphiwe Jula.
A portion of the most grounded tracks other than uMvulo are Ubani keLona highlighting Naima Kay and Vision including Sisanda Nelson. At that point there is Kurufelo with King Monada which is certain to be a scorcher.
“I’ve been working alone for every one of these years. With my new record organization and moving to Johannesburg, I see a brilliant future.”
Lionel Jamela of Open Mic tips Mdix as the following huge thing to hit the house scene given his way to deal with music and one of a kind impacts.
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