Take Ten: Deejay Sanch

Take Ten: Deejay Sanch

DJ Sanch is a versatile and all rounded deejay whose aim is to satisfy his client’s musical needs and at the same time bring glory to God. His favorite genres include Reggae, Dancehall, EDM, Hip Hop, Rock, CCM, Kwaito, Afro House among many more. Sanch fuses any genre of music with great skill and precision on the decks.

We caught up with him in our section, Take 10.

What is your full name?

Marvin Kasyula Wambua

 

Who is your inspiration?

When it comes to my DJing career, it has to be these guys : DJs Moz, Kev, Josh, Fresh, Nevz. They made me fall in love with the art from an early age.

 

What has been your best date?

My wedding day – 1/12/2018

 

 Which languages do you speak fluently?

English and Swahili

 

Where would you like to visit?

I have so many places on my bucket list. I love places with a rich ancient culture. The UK, Italy & Greece are some of the places I plan on visiting soon.

 

If you could, what would you change your name to?

I wouldn’t change it.

 

If you weren’t famous, what would you be up to right now?

I’d probably be tucked away in an architectural firm designing buildings.

 

What is your biggest pet peeve?

I hate it when people are late. I love being on time.

 

Do you get used to being a celebrity?

It’s a weird feeling at first when random people recognize you but you slowly get used to it. I always remind myself of this great privilege of having such a platform and it’s quite humbling.

 

Who is the messiest person you know?

Haha..I can’t point to one 😁. I love order and I surround myself with people who are orderly.

 

We asked him to ask us any question and he asked:

When is Verse5ve doing international musical festivals across Africa?

By God’s grace, hopefully soon!

 

Get Deejay Sanch’s mixes here.

Interact with Deejay Sanch on social media:

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.

 

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