THE burgeoning BA.ONE joint at Maseru Mall hosted South African DJ Da Muzik who brought the house down on Saturday.
Born Muzi Mtshali in Soweto, the underground disc spinner told the Weekender after his performance that he started off in 1998 and attained success through focus and patience.
Da Muzik said his approach during performances is to test the crowd’s preferences.
“It was my first time performing in Lesotho so I had to read the crowd by playing different tunes to know what they like,” he said.
“To make my sets distinguishable from the rest of other disc spinners, I always arrange songs in a way that tells a story; about love, inspirational or a funny story.”
According to BA.ONE resident deejay, Tapi Delux, they aim to serve a target market with quality service and not necessarily to pack the club with revellers.
“BAR.ONE management intends to keep things intimate but classy, that is why we never fill the streets with banners about our events,” said Delux.
“The reason is to maintain a certain type of clientele and cater for them rather than just getting people drunk. That is why we bring artistes who can play good music for the discerning patrons.”