- DJ Sliqe is on the up and up with his new job as head of Hip Hop/R&B at Sony Music Entertainment South Africa
- He will be responsible for identifying and growing new local talent as well as guiding existing Sony artists
- He is a very intelligent young man and was a straight-A student in school
DJ Sliqe has been given an amazing opportunity to develop new talent for Sony Music Entertainment South Africa.
He has been appointed as head of Hip Hop/R&B at the multinational company's South African division.
Briefly.co.za learned that the 28-year-old will be in charge of identifying and growing new talent as well as guiding existing Sony artists in their careers.
DJ Sliqe is not just a pretty face, he was a straight-A student in primary and high school and is in high demand. He obviously has an ear for music, otherwise Sony would not have trusted him with such an important job.
He was born in Lutendo Kungoane and grew up in the south of Johannesburg and got stared DJ for school events.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Nadia Nakai is single and pretty happy about it. The Bragga hitmaker recently opened up about why she is still single and not looking.
Speaking on SlikourOnLife, Nadia said that she is currently single and will remain that way for quite a while.
Nadia said that she has not yet met a man who has himself together. The rapper believes that men who have not yet made it in life look for women to take care of them.
In other news, AKA has once again expressed how he feels about Mzansi rapper Nasty C. The Fela In Versace hitmaker has taken to social media to let peeps know that the There They Go hitmaker is a music genius.
Supa Mega, who considers himself the best rapper in South Africa, has never been afraid to express himself when it comes to the Def Jam signee.
The star cannot believe how good of a rapper the young one is and he proudly posts about him whenever he gets a chance. Mega recently tweeted that Nasty C makes him so emotional.
"Nasty C makes me so emo. He’s so f*cking amazing it’s scary."
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