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This 60-Minute Boiler Room Cape Town Set From DJ Fosta Is Our #MondayMotivation

Watch DJ Fosta’s 60-minute Cape Town Boiler Room set for Ballantine's and Boiler Room's Stay True Journeys series.

DJ Fosta at Ballantine's and Boiler Room's Stay True Journeys series in Cape Town
In need of some #MondayMotivation? Here’s a full hour of solid house jams courtesy of DJ Fosta. Today we premiere the Langa-based artist’s recent Boiler Room set.

The show was part of Ballantine's & Boiler Room's Stay True Journeys series. The project, which previously set up shop in Mexico City, Santiago, Warsaw, Hamburg and Johannesburg, explores different electronic music scenes across the globe. Late last month Stay True Journeys returned to South Africa to explore the country’s house scene in the context of the global house music landscape. The Langa party featured sets by German producers Henrik Schwarz and Move D plus New York’s Fred P alongside South African producers Kid Fonque & Jullian Gomes, Jazzuelle and Fosta.


Check out our premiere of DJ Fosta’s Stay True Journeys Boiler Room set below.


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