Inno Matijane To Bring Life to Grooves As She Ventures Into DJying

Inno Matijane To Bring Life to Grooves As She Ventures Into DJying

  • Popular South African media personality Inno Matijane has announced that she is now a DJ
  • The star shared that she was afraid to pursue the industry, although she was passionate about it
  • She also encouraged people to use her services, vowing that she would bring life to parties and events with great music and performances

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Inno Matijane has been added to the list of South African stars joining the DJying industry. The media personality shared the great news with her followers on Instagram.

Inno Matijane is now a DJ
Inno Matijane has ventured into the DJying industry. Image: @innomatijane
Source: Instagram

Inno Matijane announces her new venture

The DJing industry is one of the fastest-growing industries in South Africa. Several celebrities, including actress Mbalenhle Mavimbela and singer and actor Naak MusiQ, are among the many stars who have joined the industry.

Popular social media influencer and reality television star Inno Matijane announced on her social media pages that she has taken the leap of faith to pursue her passion. The principal said she has always been afraid of starting but feels now is the time.

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Leaving her contact details on the post, Inno called on people to get in touch with her, promising to bring life to any event with her fire performances and great music selection. The post read:

"For years I was afraid to pursue this even though I knew it’s something I am passionate about. Entertaining the crowd, playing amazing music and making everyone happy at groove. Even started my DJ classes @riseacademysa 2 years ago life got too busy for me and though I couldn’t finish my course, I knew I am not giving up on what I wanted.
"I am now confident to say I am proud to announce I am about to be your favourite DJ. I am ready to bring great music, performance and happiness to you at groove."

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Speaking to Briefly News, about what inspired her to take the big step despite her other commitments and busy schedule, Inno Matijane said:

"What inspired me is linked to the side of women who have taken the courage to embrace the industry without the fear that it's male-dominated. The power that resides in them totally inspired me because I always felt like no one was going to take me seriously and I was not good enough.
"I have released an Amapiano song before but I always felt like I didn't get the same energy I would get if I was a heterosexual artist. There are always people ready to work with them, including big artists. With me, I felt like I was ignored and that discouraged me because I felt like people always look at how you present yourself in terms of your sexuality versus the talent you give."

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Briefly News spoke to Jen Green from Rise Academy and she explained that Rise Academy provides a range of programs for aspiring and established DJs. The DJ course collection comprises three carefully curated programs at varying levels of complexity, each of which covers essential aspects of DJing, including the technical and business skills required to set you apart in this competitive industry;

1. Ultimate DJ Course

This course is perfect for aspiring DJs who have little or no industry experience. The course can be done part-time over 8 months or full-time over 2 months.

2. Advanced DJ

This course is for those who already know how to DJ and have a gig or two every month. The course can be done part-time over 8 months or full-time over 2 months

3. DJ Production

This programme is perfect for aspiring DJs who want to produce and DJ their own music. The course can be done part-time over 8 months or full-time over 4 months

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Inno Matijane gets support from fans

Mzansi loves people who follow their passion. Many headed to Inno's comments section with heartwarming responses.

@Yayarsa said:

"Congratulations my babe."

@Lin_fow commented:

"It's so inspiring to watch your transition from one industry to the other without fail, the way you chase after your dreams and are always unapologetic about it. Good luck on this new journey you're about to embark on my friend, there will be challenges but as always I know you gon f*ck sh*t up. We got your back."

@kgarebeyaga added:

"What happened to your cosmetics line or something?"

@Fiks_n wrote:

"You are gifted, use it. You are in a season of healing and harvest @innomatijane."

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