Deon Fulton a.k.a DJ Smoove was a professional and internationally acclaimed Zimbabwean.Disc Jockey. Smoove died on the 13th of December 2018 near Sam Levy’s Village on his way home from Helensvale. The well-traveled Dj was a resident Dj at the Club H2O at Sam Levy’s Village.[1].

DJ Smoove
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Born Deon Fulton
Died 13 December 2013
Samy Levy's Village
Cause of death Car accident
Nationality Zimbabwean
Occupation Proffesional Dj
Known for Being an Internationally acclaimed Dj


Background

Dj Smoove was born in Zimbabwe but grew up in Europe. He started djing at the age of 14 thanks to musically crazy parents.[2].


Career

One of the most dedicated exponents of his craft, he DJ’ed in a vast array of countries. Think, USA, Japan, Jamaica , most of Europe namely Holland, Belgium, France, Switzerland, Spain, Germany, Russia, Croatia, Poland, Denmark, Sweden, Finland and so forth! In Africa, his decks took him to Tanzania, Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Mozambique, South Africa, Malawi, Morrocco, Nigeria, Botswana, Swaziland, Zambia among others.Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name cannot be a simple integer. Use a descriptive title

His death came at a time when he had released his first single. The single off the album titled “Dj Chronicles Vol 1” featured the reggae-dancehall track that features vocalist Gianna Charles. The tracks were recorded in Amsterdam, Holland and Brussels, Belgium during his tour in 2010.[3]

He was part of the Universal Music tour of the United States where the dreadlocked Dj joined other internationally acclaimed Djs.

Dj Smoove was one of the sought-after mix-masters and a genius on the turntables to emerge from Zimbabwe. He has shared the decks with the some of the world ’s famous artists in the likes of Jay Z, Neptunes, Erykah Badu, Destiny’s Child as well as DJs among them Fatman Scoop, Clue and Envy.

References

  1. Breaking: DJ Smoove dies, The Herald, retrieved: 13 Sep 2018
  2. DJ Smoove Killed In Car Crash, Three Men On A Boat, retrieved: 13 Sep 2018
  3. Breaking: DJ Smoove dies, The Herald, retrieved: 13 Sep 2018