Bloody event organisers!

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Event organisers! PLEASE HIRE PROFESIONAL DJs. Stop trying to cut corners by hiring cheap Djs who do not have a single clue on how to play music to a live audience. There are no shortcuts in life. This saying very much applies in the world of entertainment as well. If you attempt a short cut in entertainment, be ready for knee jerk outcome.

Dammit NSK, what are you blubbing about? I am blubbing about that Dj that pitches up at an event 15 minutes before it is supposed to start. I am blubbing about that Dj who pitches 15 minutes before an event is supposed to start and still needs to call some other guy to bring some sort of cable that will enable sound. I am bubbling about that Dj who pitches up drunk after coming 15 minutes before the event is supposed to start. Oh and because he missed briefing sessions that was scheduled throughout the week leading up to the event, as a result he has no clue who he will play music for. I am blubbing about that Dj who pitches up 15 minutes before an event, drunk, missing a cable with a laptop with issues. I am bubbling about that Dj that pitches up 15 minutes before an event, drunk, missing a cable, skoro skoro laptop and plays Atchu Atchu Cha 10 times in a two hour event. Yes, then when he is asked to change his music, has the audacity to be rude! When he is actually supposed to play the Atchu Atchu Cha, he is on the phone replying to a text leaving room for awkward silence. Yes, I am bubbling about that Dj that pitches up 15 minutes before an event, drunk, missing a cable, skoro skoro laptop, plays Atchu Atchu Cha 10 times in a 2 hour event, and plays the music loud while the MC is officiating.

Event organisers tend to shy from professional Djs. That Dj that insists on briefings the week leading up to the event. That Dj that insists on briefings the week leading up to the event and helps you promote your event on their platforms. That Dj that insists on briefings the week leading up to the event, helps you promote the event on their platforms and schedules a sound check hours before the commencement of the event. That Dj that insists on briefings the week leading up to the event, helps you promote the event on their platforms, schedules a sound check hours before the commencement of the event and has a working laptop PLUS quality sound and cordless mics! Gosh I hate corded mics! That Dj that insists on briefings the week leading up to the event, helps you promote the event on their platforms, schedules a sound check hours before the commencement of the event, has a working laptop PLUS quality sound & cordless mics and has the event go off smoothly without the event organiser being worried about being embarrassed because the music is on point as per target market. Event organisers, suck it up, hire a professional Dj and pay what they are asking you to pay because that is their worth and you are guaranteed of a free flowing event.

Until the next Loop, we say #GMTM

Song of the week: Steve C’More ft. JBG and Arlinda: Redemption
Flop of the week: Kaitax: Kwaito Flow

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