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DJ Lisch returns with Tae Na

She felt that she has a duty and there is only one way to fulfill it, by coming back to the music scene.

Having been away for four years, DJ Lisch is finally back and this time, no more turning back. The radio presenter and DJ will be blessing our ears with her brand new single titled Tae Na. Speaking to unwrap.online, the very stoked DJ says she needed the time away and as of tomorrow, she will not be looking back.

” I felt like I needed time to figure out how to go about my music and strategize on taking on the DJ’ing scene again. I wanted to explore other aspects to my creativity and through that, I got new inspiration for my new music,” she says.

“I came back because as much I tried to run away from this dream, it kept haunting me and I think now is time to do what I was born to do. I also just contribute my part to this industry which I love so much,” she adds.

DJ Lisch will be dropping her brand new single on Donlu Africa. Her previous work includes Hanataga Hao featuring Damas G and Digub remix featuring Dixon. Her new single is produced by Kallo on the Beat under JigSawMusic Entertainment. For all the latest information on DJ Lisch, do follow her on her social media pages and keep an eye on Donlu Africa!


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