ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: LOUIS QUAYE

‘A lot of my music taste is from my Dad, he was born in West Africa Ghana and he loved Bob Marley growing up. Afrobeats & Reggae hit the spot for me but a personal favourite is soul and future beats!’

 

Tell us a little about yourself.

My names Louis Quaye and go by DJ Quay. Been self learning for 2 years now I had a wicked mentor that put me on a good path with mixing and music collecting. 

What got you into djing and why is it your new passion?

I started DJing because I was tired of seeing people around me pick up new passions and start building them. I don’t get jealous of people but I get competitively inspired! Lol

Where do you draw your music taste from?

A lot is from my Dad, he was born in West Africa Ghana and he loved Bob Marley growing up. Afrobeats & Reggae hit the spot for me but a personal favourite is soul and future beats!

How have you navigated lockdown to continue perusing your artistry?

Yes, I was surprised at how much was available online! We were all told to stay at home so you had a higher percentage of people listening to your stuff if you played online. It wasn’t thousands but more people know I DJ now than before lockdown so I see that as a win

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