My aim is to promote Ghana music in UK - DJ Zel

My aim is to promote Ghana music in UK - DJ Zel

- DJ Zel has revealed plans for Ghanaian music in the UK

- The young DJ has been hosting a popular show in the UK

UK-based Ghanaian Disk Jockey (DJ) Zelda Nana Yaa Adepa Dedaa Manteaw popularly known in showbiz as DJ Zel has opened up about her focus regarding Ghanaian music.

DJ Zel has spoken about promoting Ghanaian music on her show in the United Kingdom (UK)

The nine-year-old, who hosts popular UniAfrik Show on GN Radio in UK, is gradually taking over the air-waves as she continues to dazzle on turntables every Saturday evening from 10pm to 12am.

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DJ Zel, in an interview, revealed why she plays 80% of Ghanaian songs as well as different music genres including Hip-hop, R&B on her program with her major focus being promoting Ghanaian music in the diaspora.

I love Ghana music a lot and many people here do as well. I get positive feedback whenever I play Ghanaian songs on my show.

”Ghanaian music carries lots of vibe and playing them on radio gives me joy and that is what I can contribute to in promoting Ghana music here in the UK,” she said in an interview.

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The young prodigy is expected to visit Ghana on July 16, 2019, as a part of the “Year of Return” by the Government of Ghana as she embarks on an advocacy initiative on environmental education, promoting tourism and other charity works under her management of Zel Promotions.

DJ Zel, who is currently the youngest DJ to play on Radio has featured on big stages in the UK, most recently at the UniAfrik Live Jam in Leicester, among many other gigs.

YEN.com.gh previously reported howGhana-based DJ Switch featured at the World Bank's African Society Symposium.

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The event which happened June 7, 2019, at the World Bank offices in Washington had DJ Switch performing for participants.

Coming for her performance, the young DJ promoted Ghanaian culture as she dressed like a young queen.

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