The video was shot at one of Joburg top clubs early this week. “One of the reasons I came down to South Africa to do my video shoot is that I have a strong fan base here.
I always communicate with my South African fans through the social network and they share their ideas with me. They are real because some even criticize me and I listen to everybody. I hope to meet some of them because I know for a fact that I can learn a few things from them. The second reason is that SA is the unofficial hub of house music”, he says.
In addition to that, the deep voiced DJ says he is on the search for good female South African vocalists that he can work with in his coming projects. He named Lira as one of the singers he might have a working relations with after hearing some of her songs.
“I like her voice, we might work together in my following projects”, added the talkative DJ.
How did he become involved in music? “It was my days at the varsity when I was doing my law qualification. One of the girls broke my heart, and I thought the only to express how I felt was through song writing. Since then I never looked back. Music was a bug on me”, added Low Deep T.
His inspiration is drawn from old soul music and the late baritone singers Barry White and Teddy Pendergrass.
“Those two singers are my inspiration and I always consider them my competition. Now that they are no longer alive, I don’t think I have any competitors”, joked Low Deep T.
During his performances, Low Deep T says he want to engage with his fans. “I am what I am today because of their love and appreciation. I am not going to be performing for them but with them. Without them, there won’t be any show for me. I want them to be part of my performances”, added the humble DJ.
He regards Black Coffee as one of the hottest South African DJs that are well known world wide
Low Deep T, will bring Chafpozi down this Saturday evening at Orlando.
From thereon, he performs at Vodacom music event at Moses Mabhida Stadium on December 16 and Cofi in Polokwane on 17.