Aiming to conquer the decks

Le Spooner DJ PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Le Spooner DJ PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

From playing at bars to thrilling revellers at nightclubs and music festivals, Le Spooner DJ believes he is ready to take the next step in his career.

Born Monkgolodi Moswetsi, Le Spooner DJ from Molepolole has been spinning the decks since 2001, but he is now aiming to conquer the desks and be counted.

The 34-year-old, who specialises in Deep & Soulful House, says although it has been a rough road, he is proud of what he has achieved over the years and ready to come out of his shell and make it big. Le Spooner DJ’s music journey is traced back to 2001 when he was part of a group called Nuff Respect Crew. In an interview with Arts & Culture, Le Spooner DJ said it’s been quite a journey of experience, which he believes has prepared him for his next stage of his career as he wants to go international. “I have played on radio stations like Yarona FM, Gabz Fm and RB2. I have also been booked to play at big festivals such as the Home Coming Concert, Moleps Festival, Ko Gamaila Fest, Mascom Derby, Mochudi Out Door Experience, No Haftime Party, to name but a few,” he said.

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