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Brotha Asanti

Brotha Asanti is passionate about the power of storytelling through art, in particular music.

Brotha Asanti has always been a massive fan of house music. It all started with his love for deep sounds of the Big Apple and Chicago House sounds, so needless to say his inspiration comes from the likes of Louie Vega, Dennis Ferrer, Honey Dijon, Todd Terry, Frankie Knuckles, David Morales. Growing up in Southern Africa where he developed a taste for those rich melodies from the motherland, shaped his understanding of house music.

To him music is a spiritual experience with the ability to change one’s mood and influence behaviour. He believes that music has the power to speak volumes as it is one of the highest forms of self expression.

Through his beats and sets Asanti invites his audiences to journey with him and feel what he feels through music. As he puts it “no matter where you go music is always within you”.

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