The return and debut of DJ Lag

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The wait is over:  Now you get to meet with the king – DJ Lag.
Photo: Travys Owen
The wait is over: Now you get to meet with the king – DJ Lag. Photo: Travys Owen


He became well known for his burst of features and collaborations. A few popular acts took some of his music without his consent, forcing DJ Lag to lawyer up. Phumlani S Langa catches up with this illusive turntable maestro to discus his new album and a few other things. 

DJ Lag had one of the most promising creative careers we have seen as he helped to advance the efforts of the now almost obsolete gqom sound. Other than a few singles and collaborations, he took his time in creating his chef d’oeuvre, which he released last Friday.

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