OTL Podcast Ep.16

DJ BNNY,
There are many ways to describe DJ BNNY, but unique, versatile, talented and charismatic just seem to scratch the surface. However, there is one word that ties them all together and is true to their character: DJ BNNY is Real. Few people create music pouring their heart and soul. BNNY does so in just the right way.

Growing up in the East Rand has taught him to adapt to different types of music and cultures. Now this young man has mastered playing Afro House, Deep House, Soulful House, 90s Hip Hop and Rnb, Lounge, Jazz, Electronic music, Soul, Neo Soul and Trap.
The Botswana-South African versatile DJ, spoken word artist and music producer is also part of a music performing and composing duo called Diatonicfamily. In 2002 he started using Traktor I as his foundation. His professional DJ career began in 2007 under the mentorship of a fellow friend who had just bought his first DJ equipment.
Two years later Tebogo was curating his first gig which was his 21st birthday in 2009. Since that year DJ Bnny has organized and curated a few gigs mostly in his township. In 2013 he co-founded Diatonicfamily which composes and performs its music where he produces, DJs and performs.
In 2014 they co-founded Speed Bump Prosessions which is an movement that focuses on showcasing fine arts and music. In 2018 he had 20 minutes' slots on Cape Town's Bush Radio FM, a community radio station where on Saturdays at I I :30am he had a segment called the The Urban Cool Dose on the Urban Cool Show.
The same year he was requested to record a mix by Rinse FM which is a French radio station. He released his first solo EP titled TEXT . In 2019, Bnny has an interview with by NusouHub Radio and online clothing store called Superbalist where he also recorded guest mixes. BNNY also owns a clothing line called Inyathi Creations Apparel & promises to relese some music in 2020 | Tebogo Bnny Nyathi

Q: What inspired this selection?
A: The selection was inspired by the multiple genres and artists I recently discovered while trying to feed my hunger for music, hence why I became experimental as I usually do. This is what I prefer listening to and this type of music makes more creative in other projects I work on since I draw a lot inspiration and find peace in listening to music that is relaxing

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    • Key: Am
    • Johannesburg, South Africa
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