Major League DJz is a South African hip-hop/kwaito music group made up of twin brothers Bandile and Banele Mbere, who have made a name for themselves in the music business with their diversified and distinctive djing style. The twin siblings were born on January 3, 1991, in Boston, Massachusetts, United States.
One is a percussionist and the other is a DJ. “Music is what we live for,” says the proudly South African with an American upbringing.
Hip-hop and jazz music, which welcomed them to the entertainment world as teens, had a big effect on the Major League twins. The duo used to play the piano in elementary school, and after graduating from high school, they began DJing and music creation.
The emerging stars have already made a name for themselves by coining the New Age Kwaito, which has become a big South African craze. The pair has entirely transformed kwaito music into contemporary urban music culture. They’re the epitome of youth, ambition, and a desire to achieve.
They’re known for their sold-out “Major League Gardens” concerts, which include live hip-hop and house music performances by a variety of musicians.
Their comeback story is inspiring, not simply because of their good looks and ability. They are idolized by “The Kids,” and the older males aspire to be like them. Major League Baseball seeks to stay expanding and shining for a long period in an industry where stars burn out before they even start.
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