DJ Trauma to break new records to South African audience featuring new and established artists from the U.S. during his monthly music mix on 5FM radio station
International DJ and producer, DJ Trauma, has recently started providing a monthly music mix for South African radio station 5FM. The monthly hip hop and R&B mix titled, Friday Night Fix, solely features current hits played in the United States and abroad. As a record breaker, DJ Trauma particularly features songs by new artists as well as established recording artists. Airing on the last Friday of every month from 10 pm to 1 am, the Friday Night Fix is among a line-up of top rated African radio shows.
The South African FM radio station follows a Top 40 music format and broadcasts nationally to a youth audience. Headquartered in Auckland Park, Johannesburg, the station’s main format and heart is music supported by news, sports and traffic catering to a range of tastes for a youthful market.
About DJ Trauma:
Originally from New York, yet a current resident of Atlanta, Georgia, Trauma’s experience in multiple segments of the music business have enabled him to elevate his game across the board. With a career that began as a hip-hop & house music DJ, he has successfully expand ed his brand to include visual, marketing and promotions campaign development for both himself, as well as long-stand ing clients, within the music and entertainment industry. As a co-founding member of one of the hottest DJ Crews in the nation, The World Famous Super Friends, their exclusive parties remain to this day, as some of the highest attended events by celebrities, tastemakers and more . Weekly for three years, Trauma brought havoc to the airwaves as the featured DJ on Atlanta’s most popular hip-hop station, Hot 107.9 FM’s “Emergency Room” and reigned as one of Atlanta’s best DJs on MTV’s “Direct Effect” as a finalist in the Ludacris Tour DJ Battle Competition. Internationally, DJ Trauma has DJ”˜d across the globe in countries like The Netherland s, South Africa, Dominican Republic, Mexico, and Taiwan.