DJ Har­ris T dates Bloem

Lesotho Times - - Entertainment - Mo­halenyane Phakela

HOUSE mu­sic mixer, Tseko “Har­ris T” Har­ris ( pic­tured), will to­day per­form at the open­ing bash of Bloem­fontein-based club, London.

The open­ing shindig of the club for­merly known as Ekhayeni will see Har­ris T shar­ing the stage with the South African co­terie of Prince Kay­bee, Mr Spike, Oc­topuz, Bl­ckmn, Tea Bloem and 2Zero among oth­ers.

The disc spin­ner told the Weekender this week he be­lieves stay­ing true to House mu­sic has helped him stay rel­e­vant in the cut­throat in­dus­try.

“I first per­formed in South Africa in 2007 at the Cen­tral Univer­sity of Tech­nol­ogy in Bloem­fontein while I was still a stu­dent there,” said Har­ris T.

“I gave my all dur­ing the per­for­mance, and I must have im­pressed a num­ber of prom­i­nent peo­ple as more bookings came my way.

“Over the years, I have been blessed to share the stage with prom­i­nent artists from across the world dur­ing shows held in South Africa and here at home.”

He added: “I be­lieve stay­ing true to my cho­sen soul­ful House style and main­tain­ing a good re­la­tion­ship with pro­mot­ers, club own­ers and other event or­gan­is­ers and lastly mak­ing sure I de­liver to the crowd what they ex­pect from me has kept me rel­e­vant. Hence I get booked reg­u­larly in South Africa.”

Har­ris T also hosts some pop­u­lar events in the coun­try that in­clude the An­nual All White Party and the Rock­to­ber Life­style Pic­nic among oth­ers.

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