- DJ Euphonik has detailed performing overseas amid the Covid-19 outbreak
- The star recently performed for a live crowd on the Greek island of Mykonos along with his friend and DJ Black Coffee
- The musician said by going to Europe he is trying to salvage the bit of 2020 that he could, which is a far better plan than doing nothing at home
DJ Euphonik is one of a few artists in the world who have been able to perform internationally amid the Covid-19 pandemic. The musician, also known as Themba, has detailed performing in a foreign country amid the pandemic.
The star, along with his friend and DJ Black Coffee, recently flew out of the country to perform for a live crowd on the Greek island of Mykonos.
The DJ said the vibe is still not normal as he had to wear a mask everywhere he went. Euphonik explained that the parties are mostly open-air events and the staff are required to wear PPE.
He told TshisaLIVE that he had to sign an indemnity form at the airport which stated that he was fully aware of all the risks of Covid-19 before flying.
He admitted that it's been hard for artists everywhere, including Europe, because of the pandemic.
"This means that 2020 has been a bad year generally and lockdown was the final nail in the coffin. So coming to Europe, was me trying to salvage the bit of 2020 that I could, which was a far better plan than sitting at home doing nothing and hoping for the best.
"Here we are able to move around, still under strict conditions, and hustle a bit, while doing some promo work and marketing ourselves to the world."
In other music news, Briefly.co.za reported that Zakwe is in a celebratory mood after one of his albums has finally reached gold status. The rapper's third studio album titled Cebisa has been certified gold.
This is the first time that the KZN-based rapper has reached gold status in his rap career. The album consisted of hits such as Sebentin, More Blessings, Daai Deng and many other great tracks.
On the album released in 2018, the star featured artists such as Cassper Nyovest, Kwesta, Ma-E and AB Crazy, among others.
Zakwe recently hinted that he is quitting vernac rap. The star, who raps mostly in Zulu, said he wants to spit in English from now on in order to gain a bigger fanbase.
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