Upcoming artist, promising

2016-04-13 06:00
PHOTO: supplied  Deep Hole from Ashdown (right) will spin his music at Mzansi Lounge on 30 April.

PHOTO: supplied Deep Hole from Ashdown (right) will spin his music at Mzansi Lounge on 30 April.

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FOR those not lucky to see
Pietermaritzburg’s Deep Hole - real name Sanele Gcabashe - doing his thing on the decks, he will perform at a concert - Musically Ambidextrous , Part 2 - at the end of the month.

The upcoming artist, music producer and events organiser from Ashdown promises to take the music industry by storm.

Deep Hole burst onto the music scene in 2007 while attending Syahlomula High. After matriculating he went to Durban to pursue his music production and DJ studies at Creative Arts College.

Gcabashe released his first single, Recrudesence, in 2013, which he got positive feedback from.

In 2014 he organised his first tour - I Live for Music Tour, Part 1 where he worked with Bingo J touring Pietermaritzburg.

The tour was a success as it got him a record label and put his name on the Pietermaritzburg map.

Earlier this year Deep Hole released an extended play album called The Road to Musically Ambidextrous, which features two of his songs, Gone Too Soon and Get ’Em High.

He worked with 033 lifestyle Shisanyama­ and Lounge when he did two of his tracks - Be With You and Love Song.

Deep Hole has worked with many artists including Zinitta, Sanzory, Mr Vin k , Da Capo, Nozulh, Upz, Spice Libraz­, UnoMass and BluePoint.

He has also worked with record labels including Vergo Record, Sowhat and Ancestral.

Gcabashe’s goal is to own a record label so he can help artists.

His role model is his mother and he is very inspired by DJ Chani and Louis Banedetti.

At his concert at Mzansi Lounge in Ashdown on 30 April he will promote his .

The performance will start at 12pm, until late.

General admission is R20, VIP tickets cost R50.

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