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DJs Oskido and Ferrer's beats to take South Africans by storm

By unknown | Oct 04, 2007 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

Zenoyise Madikwa

Zenoyise Madikwa

South Africans will jolt to a spasm of sounds of DJ Dennis Ferrer and Oskido on a tour dubbed Touch the Sky the Miller Way.

The nationwide tour will take place from October 5 to 13.

The tour will cover Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, Bloemfontein, Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.

Dennis Ferrer is one of the well-rounded producers cum songwriters in dance music and house. Ferrer and Oskido met in Miami five years ago.

"We met at a networking session while Dennis was still unknown.

"Today he is one of the biggest remixer DJs in the world," says Oskido.

With a string of soulful hits in early 2000, Ferrer has since recorded at least five of the global dance floor's biggest records in the last four years, including his current Ibizaand worldwide hit Touched the Sky.

Oskido told Sowetan the main objective of this tour is to penetrate the main market using music, in particular the genre of house.

The tour will also serve as a platform to parade a newly signed Tina who has recently released Ufezile.

Ferrer will be partnering Oskido in celebrating in the latter's Church Grooves 6 Vol. 6 that sold over 20000 copies and has gone platinum.

Oskido also has a remix on his CD featuring Dennis Ferrer's Touched the Sky, which makes for a seamless, integrated tour.

Oskido is on Gauteng's 99.2 every Saturday afternoon from 3am until 6pm.


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