Sir LSG ‘Bread4Soul Sessions’ In The Mix Monday-Friday 20:00-22:00
Written by HARadio on August 13, 2018
Sir LSG (real name Lesego Sefako) needs no introduction. With over ten years of DJing and music production experience, he has built up a very strong name for himself in the game.
A career that started in his student years as an electrical engineering student at one of South Africa’s most prestigious universities, the University of The Witwatersrand, has culminated into a very successful South African music brand. Primarily, he plays within the electronic music scene in South Africa, and in so doing, he unleashes his talent packaged in innovation, progression and sublime musical mastery.
After being bitten by the music bug in his formative years, he decided to enhance his talent by getting formal training at the Soul Candi Institute of Music and the Academy of Sound Engineering. Receiving formal education in music catapulted him into a new level where he was afforded the skills, coupled with his innate talent, to break boundaries. And boundaries he broke, catching the attention of South African music legends like DJ Christos and German House pioneer, Ralf Gum, who helped mould him into the artist we know today. With an insatiable hunger for success, Sir LSG continued to impress with strong releases and in 2011, he caught a hit with the GOGO Music released banger, ‘Sax in The City’. The song caught steam became a chart-topping hit that year, cementing Sir LSG’s name in the South African music game.
Fast forward a few years later, Sir LSG with the assistance of Ralf Gum emerges as a household name in South Africa’s House music scene. Having worked with some of the most talented artists, seasoned and up and coming, Sir LSG is undoubtedly a marvel who people will always love, celebrate and champion. His sound is original, soulful and unique, and it allows him to capture the energy and stories of the times he lives in, in a memorable manner. In 2018, he may easily be regarded as a king at what he does. Sir LSG started as an engineering student, isn’t it ironic how he engineered his path, so he could fulfill his calling which is music.