DJ Cybos thrills at Sibebe Challenge warm up party
MALKERNS – Johannesburg’s Capital resident DJ Cybos packed fun lovers to the dance floor and got them dancing hard to the latest hip hop tracks on Friday night.
The event took place at House on Fire during what was dubbed as ‘The Warm Up’ party for the much anticipated Sibebe Survivor Challenge.
Cybos took to the decks at midnight and dished out a hot three hour set that left fun lovers with no choice but to pack the dance floor. Cybos said he loved every moment and can’t wait to play in Swaziland again.
"I loved every moment here and look forward to coming back again. The Swazi crowd is absolutely amazing and people here have so much love. I have to say that Swaziland is one of my favourite places to play," he said.
When asked how he manages to give such an awesome performance, Cybos said: "Everytime I play, I make sure that it is not about me but about the people. I work very hard and believe in what I do that way people can respond accordingly," he said.
Thandie Thwala, a fun lover commended Cybos and said she has never danced so much in a while, "Cybos is totally amazing, I cannot remember the last time I danced so much. I wish he plays until morning, because he is very good," Thwala said.
Cybos shared the decks with the likes of DJs Crooks, MBO, Bani and Mandla. He is well known for attracting crowds to club Capital in Rosebank, Johannesburg and has shared decks with many top deejays such as Vinny da Vinci, Christos, Black Coffee, Lulo Café, DJ Sbu, Clive Bean (Soul Candi), Mo Flava (YFM), DJ Sabza (ZAR Cape Town) and the late DJ Mabongza.
"Cybos is no stranger to the kingdom as he played at the first annual ‘Winter Show Down’ party at Empandze Lodge and at the ‘New Year’s Shut Down’ party that was hosted at Farm Lodge, where he ushered thousands of fun lovers to the new year.
He has impressed us once again and we look forward to bringing him back. I have never seen so many people flood the dance floor like that, he is indeed one of the bestdeejays by far," said one of the organisers of the Sibebe Survivor Challenge.
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