DJ L Roy scoops Miller trophy


DJ L Roy scooped the best DJ award at the Miller Golden circle DJs battle which was held at the Fusion Café and Bar in Harare on Friday evening.

The event which attracted a sizeable crowd saw a total of eight DJs clashing for the battle. The DJs who were grouped into two teams were all given 15 minutes to entertain revellers and L Roy and his team were adjudged to have entertained the best.

DJ L Roy group, the Golden Miller team, comprised of one female, DJ Naida, Tricks and Styles, while DJs, Dee Nosh, Flevah Flev, Fortune Soul and Phat Beats represented the Black Miller team.

All members from the Black Miller team were given medals. L Roy was outstanding as he used his deejaying skills well by fusing different music genres together as compared to other DJs who specialised in a particular genre.

Local musicians, Stunner, Cindy and High Definition, were also given a chance to shine and they did not disappoint as they gave revellers top-class performances.

The event which was meant to be the highlight of the Miller parties clashed with the Lutan Fyah show, a move which saw most revellers attending the reggae artist’s show at the expense of the Miller party. Sandra Madovi, a Delta Beverages brand manager said they had decided to honour the DJs since they had been overlooked.

“DJs have a great role to play and they are oftenly marginalised as people mainly give their attention to musicians.

We decided to honour them by hosting competitions for them and awarding them with medals and a Miller-branded trophy to show them our appreciation,” she said. She added that various Miller parties dubbed the “Turn up the Night” had been held over the past months around the country.

“The parties which are being spearheaded by Willis Wataffi and DJ Chuckie have stormed Victoria Falls, Bulawayo, Masvingo and Harare are still ongoing so as to grow the global Miller brand,” she said.