Pay for play? please, I am a deejay,  not a philanthropist!

DJ Lyta does not understand why he needs to pay to play music he helps promote whenever he hits ‘play’. Lyta, who has made a name for himself in the Kenyan matatu sector says he’s just getting started. PHOTO| COURTESY

What you need to know:

  • Interestingly, DJ Lyta never dreamt of becoming a DJ when he was young. After completing primary school at Bishop Mahianini Academy in Murang’a and his secondary education at Gituru Secondary School in Nyahururu, he proceeded to Zetech College for a diploma in information technology.

  • However, he loved to listen to hip-hop music and would even smuggle his discman to school so that he could listen to urban FM radio stations during night preps.

DJ Lyta does not understand why he needs to pay to play music he helps promote whenever he hits ‘play’. Lyta, who has made a name for himself in the Kenyan matatu sector says he’s just getting started

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