LOCAL disc spinner DJ Saucy is set to host a fundraising event for street kids at Lehakoe Club on June 13.
“We have orphans who sleep in the street around town, and now that it is winter, we can only wonder how they survive,” DJ Saucy said in an interview with Xpress People on Friday.
“We are hoping that the show will be profitable enough for us to be able to help those kids effectively with clothes that will keep them warm during the night.
“That is why we are trying to have the biggest party ever seen in winter.”
South African DJ Miza is billed to rock Maseru once again at the event.
Dubbed, DJ Saucy Meets Miza, the show organisers are working on the “hottest party this winter” as the house deejay from Vaal, South Africa, teams up with Lesotho’s DJ Saucy to give Basotho a scintillating show that will make them forget about the cold.
The show will be a festival of House music and dance with musical collaboration between South African and Lesotho artistes.
“We chose Miza because we have worked with him before and built a good working relationship,” added DJ Saucy.
“Besides that, we wanted someone who is not so prominent but who is a hard worker.
“We believe, together, we will be able to foster relationships that will see us working together without considering the boundaries that separate us.”
Born, Itumeleng Modibedi, DJ Miza was born and bred in Vaal but is now based in Johannesburg. His musical claim to fame was when he collaborated with Skwatta Kamp’s Flabba to produce club banger Superhero. Since then, he has been consistently churning out the hits, such as Feeling which features Noluthando Meje.
DJ Miza is not only a club deejay but also television personality and actor. He has also presented a number of television programmes since his high school days and starred in Isidingo, Streets of Mangaung and starred in a couple of films.
Afro-Pop sensation, Damario, of the hit single Khalase e Ncha, is also expected to serenade fans with his laid back and soothing sounds.