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Mix On The Move workout collection showcase fresh and inspiring mixes from upcoming and talented Dj’s and artists.

From up-beat house and deep minimal to hip-hop ulti-mixes, each session 30 mins long, perfect for the good morning or evening workout #MOTM #BringTheBeat


The People’s DJ.

With a fire mix, it was clear after the final battle that DJ Slemy would be crowned the well deserved Studio 88 Mix on the Move DJ competition winner. A broadly talented individual in the entertainment industry, always looking to bring positive energy wherever he goes which always results in me entertaining people. His love for music is furthering him to be a great DJ and entertain people the best way possible. Currently a student, studying to become a professional actor and film maker at AFDA, he has so much admiration for the entertainment industry, that he finds himself approaching a lot of careers within the industry.

Initially, my stage name was DJ Kubeka (my surname). Then recently there was a weekend where my 3 sisters, their husbands and I met up. While we were discussing my decision to be a DJ, someone asked me what my stage name was and I replied, “DJ Kubeka.” While I was out here thinking that it’s going to put the family name on the map, their response was the most embarrassing thing ever, because they all laughed at me and told me to be more creative. What an embarrassment. So, after going on a journey of finding weird names, I decided to create one that I would carry as a brand and an identity forever. So, I decided to call myself SLEMY, which comes from my initials, SLEM (I know, it’s a lot of names). The “Y” is just there for control

Not really. I just play around with FL Studio here and there, but we don’t know what the future holds.


From here I start by pulling up my socks and putting in those work ethics. I need to get those gigs and make sure that I entertain these people so much that “Slemy” becomes a verb for “a great time”. Now that I will be competing with the giants of the game in the country, I need to make sure that I keep the bar up and eventually take it higher. It’s about time the world knew who DJ Slemy is.

Hi Ibiza. (Fullstop)

The song that I can think of at the moment is that “Ayina Chorus” song by Mshoza.

First things first, the bar has been set really high for us right now. This industry is a very cruel one (at times) and requires a lot of your strength and energy, I learnt this the hard way. You need to be able to go out there, ask for gigs, get rejected and go back a million times better. Always be on your toes and prepare for the best and worst that could happen. It is going to be a very difficult road, but if you’re prepared to sweat, cry and be disappointed, the next step is to get the hard work going behind those decks and laptops. You must annoy those club owners with your memory sticks


Talented SA Dj’s

The Mix on the Move 2018 Competition has featured extremely talented Dj’s, all with unique styles and vibes! Listen to the top 6 here!