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Hailing From Southern Africa Umtata The inescapable percussive of Deep-tech and a subtle hint of sweaty fun consume the late night air. The crowd is in a state of flow, evidenced by their inattention to everything but dancing and music. Eyes meet and remain locked in to keep your feet taping
Love. Art. Music.Dance
Norose has the crowd in the palm of her hands, the same ones that introduce the next sequence of sonic fuel. Her crowd's fiery dancing is reignited and a sea of raised hands begins to clap in ritualistic unison and keep their feet taping . Her music choices of selection are unexpected, yet beautifully curated. The scene is oddly spiritual and miles away from where the night's commander began her journey of self-discovery.
Norose Mhlekude foray into djing wasn't conventional considering she never had the intention of becoming a DJ because she's a business accountant and News Reader she became a Dj because of the love of art and dance. She plays the music that she loves for the love of Art which includes the Deep, Afro & Soulful sound . She blended all types of music together to create a unique experience for her audience.
"I love the ability to put all music together to a point where you can manipulate a party and get it going. You can interject any music and it's not an awkward moment, you have the crowd in the palm of your hand.
Be sure to follow Norose as she traverses the globe in her continuous journey of artistic self-discovery on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook by searching for Norose .

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