DJ Woske, for about a decade, has entertained Africans online with multilateral creativity and musicality that can hardly be found in today’s entertainment scene. From internet skits to podcasts to DJ mixes to animations/special effects, and even acapella arrangements, he tackles each entertainment genre and applies his own twist and ideas to each.
As a music producer, he has worked for about ten years (almost exclusively on the Alté side of things) on record collaborations with the likes of Falz, Ajebutter22, and Boj, Odunsi the Engine, Lady Donli, Boogey, Kel, and Bayomi.
As a global Afrobeats DJ which he has been on for 14 years and counting, Woske’s ringtones are widely popular, and his ‘Maskoff Fuji Remix’ in 2017 took Africans the world over by storm.
DJ Woske has now re-emerged with his new and improved acapella format, termed “Afropella” which couples unique vocal acapella mash-up arrangements with visually stimulating looping videos that entertain and baffle simultaneously.
To kick off the year, DJ Woske returns with the first single off his upcoming EP (titled ‘Afropella’). Jeka Lo which means “Let’s go” in Yoruba tells the tale of a classic flirting scenario at the club and is set to be a classic for lovers of all genres of harmonic music. The coined genre ‘Afropella’ dwells on the parts of Afrobeats that are “God-given” by showcasing the versatility of Afrobeats musicians and counterparts to create music at home with God-given instruments (voice, body, etc). It is set to be a 6-tracks visual EP of Afrobeats infused songs with minimal live instrumentation, and singing videos that captivate and entertain simultaneously.
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