DJ Expression Releases New Version “Traffic Light” (AFROBEAT Vol. 14)

Mixing and connecting musical genres such as AfroBeats with pop, R&B, hip-hip, reggae, soca, zouk, K-pop, dancehall, Kompa, kizomba, EDM and house music came easily to him. This is probably one of the reasons why Nigerian pop star, Kizz Daniel asked Peter to be his official DJ.

“Touring with Kizz was truly an amazing experience and made me a better artist. I love collaborating with anyone who makes great music,” he says.

For DJ Expression, it’s all about diversity and delivering their message to the widest possible audience. He wants everyone to connect and identify with his music in all aspects of their lives and isn’t afraid to shake things up.

“This new mixtape drop is a bit different from what I normally do,” says DJ Expression. “I’m doing more hype and not just mixing.”

DJ Expression plans to continue sharing his passion with the world by creating enticing new mixes that appeal to people from different backgrounds on many levels.

“It can only get better,” he said. “My mission is to live to express, not to impress. »

So what else is left for DJ Expression? Also look out for a new song coming out soon that features Nigerian record producer, DJ, band manager, pianist and songwriter, Masterkraft.

About DJ Expression

Born in Lagos, Nigeria and raised in Edo, DJ Expression first developed his passion for creating and entertaining while growing up on the streets of Mushin Lagos. It was there that he was first inspired to do mixes for his dance crew. He was quickly recognized and introduced as a dancer and DJ for big gigs in Lagos. After graduating from high school, he moved to the United States to advance his studies in recording arts and sound engineering.

He has collaborated on projects with several artists, producers and directors and describes himself as a “visual innovator”.

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