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Trinity House and Dub Movement Crew Launches King Sfiso Dub Tour.

Trinity House and Dub Movement Crew launched a 'Provincial Dub Tour' for resident DJ King Sfiso aka Dub Educator. The Tour rightfully kicked off in Vosloorus in the East Rand at King Sfiso's Yard on the 22nd of August 2021, reggae masses came in numbers to celebrate the moment with The Dub Educator.

Video: King Sfiso alongside MC Cliff #KingSfisoDubTourLaunch in Vosloorus

 The second leg of the Tour will be hosted "Inna Di Coconut Jungle" Klipspruit, Soweto. One of Reggae Dancehall's homes in Soweto never fails to bring on the fire. Powered by the one and only Big Bad Sound run by Eeka Mouze. The Tour is scheduled to be held on the last weekend of every month at four other Provinces; Mpumalanga, KwaZulu Natal, Free State, and North West at this stage, with more to be announced in the later stage. King Sfiso had this to say to the masses during the launch in Vosloorus "It's not about me but Reggae Vibes and Dub Vibes. It will be Irie if you can accompany us because we are moving with our sound, we've been dancing in the East and West Rand for too long. Reggae masses in KwaZulu Natal travel to come and dance with us, now it is time for us to venture into other Provinces with our Sound and share our Vibes" 

About King Sfiso

Sfiso Derrick Sithole aka Dub Educator aka King Sfiso is a Roots and Culture/Dubwise born in KwaZulu Natal, his family moved to the  East Rand when he was still a young man. He fell in love with the Rastafarian way of life from when he was a little yut, learning from his uncles and other Rastas in his community. He later developed an interest in Reggae Music, Roots n Culture, and the message thereof. He then started collecting music as a hobby and later his friends encouraged him to selekt at reggae sessions as he was a "go-to guy" for many DJs who needed music.

His DJ career started in 2013. He started playing with Cutting Edge Sound System in Vosloorus. He has played with Sound Systems like Giggs Pro Sound, Boom Sound King Roots Intl, and Big Band Sound. He has played in many sessions in Pretoria, Maboneng with Boom Sound King Roots Intl, Free State for Trinity House's Annual "Home To My Roots Fest" of which he is also a founding member of along with General Maduna and DJ Ital Steppa, the Festival was launched in 2018 in Clarens, Free State. He also played at Sound System Culture Afrika - 4 Sounds/1 Arena one of the biggest Sound System Event in 2020. It featured Kebra Ethiopia Sound, Boom Sound King Roots Intl, Giggs Pro Sound, and Big Band Sound. He is one of the regular DJs at Trinity House and Boom Sound King Roots Intl. He enjoys close relations with local and international producers who link him up with the latest exclusives.

For Bookings: King Sfiso - 067 603 0663 General Maduna - 079 331 9607 

Social Media: Facebook

Email: selektorsfiso@gmail.com trinityhousehq@gmail.com

Trinity House, established in 2017 is a Reggae Dub Production House based in Katlehong, a township east of Johannesburg in the Gauteng Province. It was formed by Dan "General" Maduna and Thulani "Amlak Abba" Msibi after recognising a need for a stable, safe, and educational institution for reggae masses in the East and surrounding areas.

Pic: General Maduna x Amlak Aba ft Chantty Natural @Trinity House

Dub Movement Crew is a crew that was formed to support the Dub Scene in the townships. It compromises of seven Brethrens and one Sista namely: Thabo Madubedube, General Maduna, King Sfiso, Dj Ital Steppa, Ras Jerry, Puppa Vusi, Jerry Ras Army, Nkosana Plunter, Tman, Abba Amlak, Jamrock, Empress Zoya Woizero Menen de First Lady; who all play different roles within movement. They decided to come together   epitomising the spirit of "Together We Stand, Divided We Fall" General Maduna explains "We love Dub so much we decided to have our crew so that we can have people who will help us push the vibes to the masses because a lot of people are not familiar with the Steppas"

QueenSoulVibesSA managed to get a few words from the organisers of the tour during the launch and this is what they had to say