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DJ MissTee thrills Gambian fans Jan 28th

Jan 30, 2015, 10:25 AM | Article By: Njie Baldeh

The rising Sweden-based female deejay currently in the country on holidays is set for a special performance at Aquarius Night Club on Wednesday, January 28th 2015.

Born in Gothenburg, Sweden, she moved at a very young age to West Africa. Growing up in The Gambia, West Africa, exposed her to people of various cultural backgrounds, and exposure of travel. In her older years, she lived abroad in The UK, California, and now Sweden. All these factors enriched her taste and sound in music! DJ’ing is an entity; she’s always aspired to be.

New on the scene with fresh ideas, dynamic style, cutting-edge sound; her passion for music is very promising in the scene. She has already performed in major clubs in Sweden with well-known artistes like David Guetta, Axwell, Sebastian Ingrosso, Style of Eye, Mark Knight and many more.

She is pushing her way in with all her passion and cunning drive to reach exceeding heights in her music career, and there’s no stopping her!

As unpredictable she is as a DJ, you cannot label her only as a DJ. Growing up from a colourful musical background with huge exposure to a fusion of sounds, this has a huge influence in the mixing of her music.

This has lead her into producing music - she is also a vocalist and lyricist. Already released 2 EPs: “Rewind” and “This Time” [Foureyed Records] and is ready for her next chapter, and growing as an artiste.

She gives her crowd a performance like no other - not afraid to break out of her comfort zone, and breaking the barrier with her crowd. She loves to blend different genres of music; the music she plays is very uplifting! Nothing is more fulfilling to her than to see the crowd dancing; in the mood that she creates.

As an artiste, her music is her painting; it is a reflection of her mood. Her colour is her theme; trying to captivate a certain element of design that will give it its own uniqueness and style.

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