‘DJ Elektrique Afrique’ teams up with guitarist Brendan Peacock and F.E.F for a Futuristic 80’s inspired single entitled ‘Morning Shot’ Living in the Jungle and a full length MusiFlick produced video by Discover Media Digital
‘DJ Elektrique Afrique’ dropped a debut single ‘Down on the Floor’ in 2019 featuring South African vocalist Sebabatso. The single became a cult Afro-Pop House hit and is still being played on Radio stations and in stores across South Africa.
The well-travelled DJ is a Dance music, house, Synthwave and Afro-pop producer. South African ‘DJ Elektrique Afrique’ achieved success in the UK, where his previous musical projects received airplay on BBC Radio One and were featured on world-famous brands like N.M.E, Evening Standard, Capital Radio and MTV Europe.
‘DJ Elektrique Afrique’ teams up with South African guitarist Brendan Peacock ( Boo, Soweto Gospel Choir, lucky Packet ) and F.E.F ( Futurist Electronic Foundation) for a House, Dance, Synthwave, Darkwave, Retrowave, Futuristic 80’s single entitled ‘Morning Shot’ Living in the Jungle. ‘Morning Shot’ comes with a 4k Full Length MusiFlick produced by Discover Media Digital.
DJ Elektrique Afrique was inspired by a trip to the South African Wild Coast and South Africa’s news analysis show and You Tube channel ‘Morning Shot’ with Roman Cabanac.
DJ Elektrique Afrique is very pleased to announce that the ‘Morning Shot’ music is being used as the intro soundtrack for the Morning Shot Whinedown at 5 p.m. on You Tube everyday.
The ‘Morning Shot’ 80’s Rio Beach Yacht 12 Inch Remix has blown up globally with DJ’s already supporting it in Singapore, Turkey, Canada, UK, Japan, Ibiza, USA, Israel, Poland, Las Vegas, Australia, Qatar, Mexico, France, New Zealand, Bulgaria, Switzerland, Equador and in Ibiza, Spain where the track has received support from Club Legends Pacha. Dance music and BBC Radio legend ‘Pete Tong’ joined the Pacha Board of Directors in 2020.
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