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“DJ Black Inspired Me To Become A Disk Jockey”, Vyrusky Reveals

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Award winning Disk Jockey, DJ Vyrusky has revealed that he had always looked up to his senior in the game, Joy FM’s DJ Black to master the craft of DJing. DJ Vyrusky said he had always had respect for DJ black and his way of DJing. Speaking in an exclusive interview with Doreen Avio on Let’s Talk Showbiz on JoyNews, DJ Vyrusky says he had to rehearse a lot, learn new things to get to where he is now and acquire more skills.

“I wanted to make it. I used to rehearse every time, learn new things and do new stuff because I wanted to be on Top. And I always looked up to people like DJ Black. I wasn’t about how to overtake DJ Black, but how do I get to his level, because I respect everybody that works with DJ Black. But then, a spade is a spade, he was ahead of everybody.” He told Doreen Avio

DJ Vyrusky also revealed that he had to reject some Job offers after to school to focus on what he had started in school that is “Echo House”,

“Back home, I was supposed to be a corporate worker, and I said no to a couple of companies after school. So then now, my parents expect me to make it from what I want to do, that is DJing. I did not say No to these companies because I wanted to be a DJ, No. it was because I wanted to work with Echo House because I believed in a dream I started with the people on Campus. So I just wanted to see this dream come true and was not willing to let it go. So it was not even about being a DJ, it was because I wanted Echo house to get to where it is now. There was pressure on me by my parents to make it, because you have the easy way, No! you said you want to become a DJ.”

He further said his mother used to call him a “Spinner” because she knew He did not like that term.

DJ Vyrusky has won lots of awards including the Overall DJ of the year 3 times at the Ghana DJ awards. DJ Vyrusky was also picked as the artiste DJ for Shatta Wale in early 2016 and toured with the artiste on his UK Tour. He has many hits in the Ghana music industry.

Watch interview below;

Source: Doreen Avio/Joy News

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What To Expect From Nasty C’s 7-Part Podcast Series

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Shortly after the release of his third studio album, Zulu Man with Some Power, Nasty C has released a 7-part podcast series. The podcast is named after the album. In it, Nasty C a.k.a. David Junior, promises to share raw and unfiltered details about his life, origins, and interests. Nasty C teamed up with Old Mutual for the release of this podcast.

The weekly podcast plays host to personalities such as Black Coffee, M.I. Abaga, DJ Whookid, Sizwe Dhomlo and Rowlene. TV personality and rapper Moozlie will be hosting. Nasty C actually had a set built at the Universal Music Studios where he is signed, and that is where everythig was recorded. “I am so thankful to all the people that contributed to the making of this podcast series. I had great conversations with a lot of people that I admire. I got to learn more about them as individuals and even more so, about myself in the process. The podcast series will give fans a glimpse into what my life is about and impart some of my own knowledge and experiences around my particular music-making process and how I handle my business. It’s definitely something to look forward to“. He said

Zulu Man With Some Power podcast is available on all streaming platforms.

source: kbc.co.ke

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Media General Announces Its Preparedness To Celebrate March As Ghana Month

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March 2021 is just around the corner and leading Ghanaian Media Company, the Media General Group has this week announced its preparedness to execute this year’s edition of its annual Ghana Month campaign.

Ghana Month is a month-long campaign which takes place in the month of March to coincide with the country’s independence celebrations. The campaign is to primarily project the country’s indigenous products and services as well as celebrate its rich cultural heritage.

According to management of the media conglomerate, the focus of this year’s Ghana Month campaign is to promote the essence of patronizing locally made products and services as the world battles the shattering effect of the coronavirus pandemic.

The Group Chief Executive Officer of the Media General Group, Beatrice Agyemang highlighted the economic impact of the campaign and what the country stands to gain when Ghanaians patronize products and services by local firms.

“Patronizing our locally manufactured products impacts directly on the manufacturing sector of the Ghanaian economy and this will serve as a major drive for economic growth and prosperity. We have China and India as examples to learn from. Their rapid growth were driven by their manufacturing sectors and their products were heavily patronized by their citizens. In addition, it will create more jobs, improve physical infrastructure and enterprises in the country”, she added.

Ms. Beatrice Agyemang further stated that “the Media General Group is a wholly owned Ghanaian business which has been championing the promotion of local content over the years. It remains our commitment to promote the agenda of supporting Ghanaian businesses at all times as our contribution to national development”.

Ghana Month will be launched on Monday 1st March 2021 with a durbar in Studio B, Adesa We, in partnership with the National Theatre of Ghana. Throughout the month, selected shows on radio and television will go big on Ghanaian culture and content including live band music, Ghanaian fashion, proverbs, folklore, legends and food.

Also within the month, there will be some iconic Ghanaian movies and interviews with legendary Ghanaian actors and musicians across the Media General platforms; TV3, Onua TV, 3FM, Onua FM, Connect FM in Takoradi, Akoma FM in Kumasi and www.3news,com.

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MTV Base Introduces The Culture Squad And New VJs

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ViacomCBS Networks Africa is spicing things up this year with their introduction of new faces and a new crew. The illoustrous network will be bringing into the scene ‘The Cultural Squad’ and viewers can also look forward to new VJs.

The Culture Squad is a team of visionaries, creatives, and trendsetters who are pushing the culture forward across the network’s youth brands MTV, MTV Base, and BET Africa. This platform will give African talent a bigger stage to showcase their distinct originality, highlighting how they are influencing cultural shifts, setting trends and leading the conversation through a VJ centred content portfolio.

VJs across the network’s Pan African platforms will be at the forefront of the culture hosting iconic moments, meeting industry movers at home and abroad, entertaining viewers across several shows and getting involved in meaningful causes that are close to their hearts.

Monde Twala, Senior Vice President and General Manager at ViacomCBS Networks Africa said: “Base Day is a celebration and recognition of the power of youth culture across Africa.

“MTV base will continue to partner with trendsetters across all our brands.

“The Culture Squad reaffirms that commitment and we are thrilled to welcome our new MTV Base VJs Shamiso and Uncle Vinny to the family, as we elevate African talent to even greater heights and open up the industry”

Joining as MTV Base’s newest VJs are TV presenter Shamiso and all-round “Cool kid” Uncle Vinny. “I was definitely thrilled to be chosen, and as a fairly new presenter, it was a great opportunity for me. Anyone who works in the industry aspires to be at MTV Base at some point in their career, but coming here has been even better. The people are all so kind and so willing to teach, I definitely feel like I am getting better at my craft”, said Shamiso.

Uncle Vinny has made a name for himself as a cultural curator and recently featured as a panelist on MTV Base Hottest MCs New Wave List. “It’s been really exciting joining the ViacomCBS Networks Africa family.

“This is honestly my first big presenting job so it’s kind of scary at the same time but everyone has been welcoming and have had patience with me. I am going to have to get used to the early call times though, but everyone has been amazing. One thing I am hoping to have is my own show and going international,” he said.

The Culture Squad will be made up of fan favourites. This includes South Africa’s MTV Base VJ Search 2017 competition winner, Tshego Koke, as well as Farieda “Pharoahfi” Metsileng and Nomalanga ‘The Flame’ Shozi.

source: iol.co.za

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Former Capital FM and Nation FM Presenter is Dead

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Local media houses have reported that, former Capital FM and Nation FM presenter Jack Hillary Ojiambo is Dead. The news about his untimely demise was made public by his former employer Capital FM, who eulogized Ojiambo as a Jazz pioneer.

The late Ojiambo used to host the Jazz Club show on the Chris Kirubi owned station Ojiambo, who was also a lawyer by profession, was the founder and host of the “Jazz Club” show at Capital FM for 17 years, from 1996 to 2013.

In 2014, Ojiambo landed at Nation FM where he used to host a show dubbed Jazz Essentials but parted ways with the station in December 2015. In 2017, he ventured into politics, vying for the Dagoretti North Member of Parliament seat but lost to the incumbent Simba Arati.

Cause of death is yet to be made known.

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