Classics: DJ SGZ feat. Maddocks & Ras Vadah – Keep On Movin (Nightshade Music Group)
Keep on movin’… That’s just the way it goes for DJ SGZ. A regular selector on our Facebook page for quite some time, he has since made his way to fully live his passion. In other words, creating his own music and eventually launching his label. Meanwhile reaching new steps from a release to another.
On the footsteps of his outstanding ‘Free’, the uplifting ‘Keep On Movin’ sees him teamin’ up with singers Maddocks and Ras Vadah. With UK-based guitarist Elliott Blackler givin’ it an irresistible touch of Jazz. The whole pretty much illustrating the ongoing maturation of our ninja. Therefore makin’ of ‘Keep On Movin’ a definitive must have for the lovers of top quality music…
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Hailing from Johannesburg, RSA, Gugulethu Mokwebo opened his musical path at the age of 15. Back then, he would mix music while using cassette and two tape decks, blending Afro, jazzy, Funk and Soul vibes. Meanwhile quoting his late dad who was a heavy Jazz collector and a neighbour who happened to be DJing back then as his first sources of inspiration.
SGZ also happened to share the duties with Mellow D under the Stuntman Project guise. Soon after they got a publishing deal at Qness‘s Sheer Music company. The latter gettin’ them to release their music on vinyl one could find at the House Afrika Records vinyl store back then.
Late 2011, SGZ hooked up with DJ Aphreme who got him to remix ‘Bless The Rhythm’ featuring Black Mamba. After a couple of releases on his own, SGZ eventually launched his own label – Nightshade Music Group – in 2012. Opening its account with the infectious ‘Sunday Morning’. Then the blowin’ Free’ along with respectively Maddocks and Ras Vadah on vocal duties. The same protagonists we would find a few months later together with British guitarist Elliott Blackler on ‘Keep On Movin’.
Humbly dedicated to his art, DJ SGZ has paved his path with extra gems such as ‘Trouble’ feat. Nina Provencal or ‘Live Your Life’ with Julie Iwheta. Not to mention ‘Changes’ along with Table Dance and Ame Sucre. Which are as many illustrations of his definitive Midas touch…
In addition to this, he launched his online radio show – The Nightshade Sessions – which helped him push his brand. But also allowed him to welcome guest mixes from the likes of Ralf GUM, Jonny Montana, Abicah Soul and Sir LSG to name a few.