Lady Du Says She Was South Africa’s First Female DJ
Lady Du Says She Was South Africa’s First Female DJ: Talented and versatile South African female disk jockey, Lady Du has recounted her early hustle days, saying she was the first female DJ in SA.
She speaks about her hustle in the South African music industry, talking about her early days in the industry, in other to inspire other upcoming stars.
Taking to Instagram, the Amapiano vocalist shared photos of herself in her teenage years and captioned it with a brief narration of how she began DJing at the age of 10, just to show when she started. She further claimed she was the first and youngest DJ in SA.
“If you ever feel like giving up, you feel like the music thing is not working out, remember me that started DJing when I was 10 years old, with no Facebook and Instagram!!! I was actually the first female DJ in the country, the youngest one playing and mixing with vinyls,” she wrote.
“I won 2 competitions. I left music to go study overseas came back and continued with it till today. I never gave up, I was consistent!!!! What I have now was not made in a month. It’s exactly 20 years of hard work!!!”
Lady Du says she’s finally getting her rewards as she didn’t give up.
“I am actually getting my rewards. My spirit of never giving up is what Got me where I am today! For some people it takes 1 month for some 20 years, but I always say skill, education, and wisdom will make you stay in the game longer, talent alone won’t carry you.”
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