- DJ Shimza took to social media to share an exciting announcement with fans
- The Mzansi DJ bagged an international deal with a massive US talent agency, United Talent
- The agency represents big names like Akon, Jason Derulo, DJ Khaled, Will Ferrell and Lauryn Hill
Mzansi’s DJ Shimza is making big money moves after penning a deal with US talent agency, United Talent.
The music star confirmed the great news on the gram earlier this week, sharing how excited he was to join the company’s prestigious roster.
According to TshisaLIVE, the agency represents artistes such as Akon, 21 Savage, Jason Derulo, Die Antwoord, DJ Khaled, Young Thug, Burna Boy, Ali Wong, Will Ferrell, Nasty C and Lauryn Hill.
Shimza will be represented by the agency in the US territory and told the publication that he believes this deal could lead to more opportunities in America this year.
“It’s a great feeling to be signed to such a big agency, it will help me in terms of opening up a market that I’ve been patiently waiting for.”
The DJ also stressed how important is was to further his career.
“Having the right people represent you in specific territories is essential and I think United Agency has what I need in the US. We will still have to work on the territory to get the right show and that will take time, patience and consistency.”
Shimza's post gathered 6153 likes and 78 comments. Here are some messages from his fans:
chopstar_sa: "God bless bro
guru_tsi: "Proud of u young man. Warenyedisa"
kingdeetoy: "Well Done Boy"
musicman_sa: "Uyaspana bro, tyerrr!!! This is so inspiring "
djdinobravo: "I’m always super proud of your moves my brother keep the fire burning"
Meanwhile, just over three weeks ago, Briefly.co.za reported that DJ Shimza and DJ PH had just shown why they were counted as two of Mzansi's most popular and in-demand in their chosen careers.
The pair worked hard to create a new world record over that weekend. Their multitude of fans is super proud of them.
The two DJs made history when the did a 72-hour unstoppable set - this is a whole new record.
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