‘2017 will be bigger, better’

19 January 2017

DJ Stavo
DJ Stavo

Award winning wheel-spinner and music producer DJ Stavo, real name Steven Sanders, says 2017 will be a bigger and better year for his legion of fans.

The Teka Famba hitmaker had a rollercoaster 2016 producing big hits and also collaborating with some big names in the music industry locally and regionally.

The 37-year-old star collaborated with superstar Oliver Mtukudzi on the song Mwedzi Muchena and man of the moment Jah Prayzah on the song Simudza Ngoma, a song that is also accompanied with a beautiful video that is rotating on Trace Africa.

Simudza Ngoma is also doing on local radio stations and also on most charts on the various radio stations, so did the song Mwedzi Muchena during the earlier part of last year.

Regionally DJ Stavo collaborated with South Africa’s Trademark to release one of 2016’s big hits, Shumaya.

The song titled Ngimtholile, which also has a striking video and features Muungu Africa, is still receiving good airplay locally and regionally. His second regional collaboration in the year was with DJ Maphorisa, DJ Buckz and DJ of Uhuru.

The song Sexy Darling had an overwhelming success showing on more than three top TV Channels like Channel O, Trace, SABC1, Trace Africa and MTV Base.

DJ Stavo also had a radio tour in most provinces of South Africa promoting the refreshing single.

In an interview, DJ Stavo said he expects to release his first 2017 song next month.

“I can’t reveal much of my plans in 2017 but what I can say is I should be dropping my first single of the year next month.

“I can promise my fans that 2017 will be a bigger and better year. “2016 was a very good year for me and am really happy with what I achieved but I feel I still have more to offer to my fans and put my country on the map,” he said.