Aero Manyelo

Johannesburg, South Africa

It doesn’t take much to fall in love with Aero Manyelo’s music. Just ask global DJ juggernauts, Dixon and Damian Lazarus who dropped his track “Mooki” during a Day Zero set in Mexico early in January. Dial back a decade and it was Manyelo’s “Mexican Girl” that caught the attention of South African music industry heavyweight “Oskido”. He quickly added the track to his Oskido’s Church Grooves 7 compilation, helping secure the song the number one spot on Yfm’s Hot 9@9 chart, and some heavy rotation on the radio station.

“Mexican Girl” wasn’t the artist and DJ’s first original track. Manyelo had started producing his own material after getting his first PC, and continued to create while studying Sound Engineering at the Soul Candi Music Institute, which had offered him a bursary in 2007. A year later, in 2008, he began working at “BlackwHole Entertainment” which released his first vinyl (EP, LP), Herbal Island. While at the South Africa house music specialist, he worked on the On “Another Level Remixes” release, giving Manyelo a chance to showcase his work within South African and outside its borders during the album’s promotional period.

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It doesn’t take much to fall in love with Aero Manyelo’s music. Just ask global DJ juggernauts, Dixon and Damian Lazarus who dropped his track “Mooki” during a Day Zero set in Mexico early in January. Dial back a decade and it was Manyelo’s “Mexican Girl” that caught the attention of South African music industry heavyweight “Oskido”. He quickly added the track to his Oskido’s Church Grooves 7 compilation, helping secure the song the number one spot on Yfm’s Hot 9@9 chart, and some heavy rotation on the radio station.

“Mexican Girl” wasn’t the artist and DJ’s first original track. Manyelo had started producing his own material after getting his first PC, and continued to create while studying Sound Engineering at the Soul Candi Music Institute, which had offered him a bursary in 2007. A year later, in 2008, he began working at “BlackwHole Entertainment” which released his first vinyl (EP, LP), Herbal Island. While at the South Africa house music specialist, he worked on the On “Another Level Remixes” release, giving Manyelo a chance to showcase his work within South African and outside its borders during the album’s promotional period.

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