DJ Bravo talks state of DJing

DJ Dino Bravo
DJ Dino Bravo

He was given a radio breakthrough by Botswana’s disc jockeying (DJing) export, Thato ‘DJ Fresh’ Sikwane in the late 1990s.

Recently Angolan-turned South African (SA) DJ Dino Bravo (real name Vladimir Bravo) spoke to Showbiz about the current state of DJing. It was during his last week visit to Botswans. DJ Dino Bravo has been in the music industry for close to two decades starting during the vinyl and cassette era.

“Today in the age of internet you can quickly send your art to a larger market. The catch is in producing a good song that will get you a big market; gone are the days when DJs used to play other people’s music,” he explained.

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