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DJ Kandeke advises young artistes

ALTHOUGH equally an upcoming musician, DJ Kandeke, a Kabwe-based disc jockey but with qualifications in marketing, has advised upcoming musicians to take the music industry seriously.
“I want to urge upcoming artistes to study the music industry,” DJ Kandeke, whose real name is Evans Kandeke, told the Weekend Mail in Kabwe.
“Artistes should not rush into releasing songs but should take time to perfect their songs.”
DJ Kandeke, a chief executive officer and producer at Ghetto Sounds, says upcoming artistes should give themselves enough time to write and compose their songs especially that music is now competitive in the country.
A holder of a diploma in Marketing obtained from the Evelyn Hone College in Lusaka, DJ Kandeke started music in 2007, and in 2010, he was signed as a club DJ at Santa Flo Night Club in Kapiri Mposhi.
Through his work as a DJ, he said he was crafting his music skills and now he is ready to release his first music album.
“Music is a product like any other,” Dj Kandeke said. “So you have to sell it to the consumer and it should not only be seen as something only for entertainment but also as a business.”
He feels time is now ripe for him to release his first album under the title “Big Mam” which will have seven tracks.
Apart from the title-track, other songs on the album are Kambeba, Show me your love, Suzakatipeza, No Pressure, Yakwana and Dancehall Riddin.

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