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DJ Duo Kususa Headlining Afrocentric This Friday

South African production DJ duo Kususa will headline the second edition of Afrocentric at Hilton Hotel’s Pure Sky Lounge, JBR this Friday, 2nd November.

Durban’s latest DJ duo, Kususa

Formed by Kunzima Theology and Samurai Yasusa, the DJ duo started in 2016, making electro and dance music. The following year was a breakthrough, thanks to hit-single ‘Traveler,’ featuring native vocalist Lizwi and produced by DeMajor. The track earned a nomination for the ‘Best Remix of the Year’ by Dance Music Awards South Africa, ranked #53 on Traxsource’s Top 200 Best Selling Afro House of 2017 and was featured on the legendary South African DJ Black Coffee’s ‘Ibiza 17 Appreciation Mix.’

Kususa to mark Dubai debut at Afrocentric

Kunzima and Samura’s talents have been recognized Africa’s party scene, performing In Botswana and Kenya. 2018 releases like ‘Moto Ka Ice Cream’ and ‘Amabutho’ have been featured in numerous publications and online music stores. This year also witnessed collaborations with prominent South African musicians like Moobird Sanelly and Original Swimming Party band. They have also performed at the Red Bull Music Academy for South African artist Cornelius SA and songbird Jackie Queen for the song ‘Feel It Now,’ cementing the Kumbasa signature. They’ll be performing in Dubai for the first time, at Afrocentric.

Best of Afro-house and beats at Afrocentric

Now in its third year, Afrocentric has established itself as the ultimate platform for rising music talent from Africa. International resident DJs join the party too, including veteran DJ Cory Centric, DJ GB and Dr Marvin Soul. The last edition witnessed an upbeat set by DJ Tribe and DJ Rootical Deep. It’s more than just a party!

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Save the date: Friday, 2nd November

Afrocentric happens this Friday, from 8 pm- 3 am at Pure Sky Lounge in Hilton Hotel, JBR The Walk. Free entry, over 21+ allowed. For reservations, contact 058 508 0860. Mon Belle, founder of Those Guys Events, the organizing team behind Afrocentric, says “It’s not just another club night. It’s a movement that brings people together who want to proudly celebrate the culture, good music, create memories and new friendships.”