CHOOSE DAY WITH RANDY OF LIBERATION

Randy Matahelumual, founder of Liberation and also known as dj Soulroots explaines that the event was brought to life to create a platform for soulfull, deep and afro house in Holland.

In "Chooseday" we present 8 funny, exciting and risky dilemmas to an artist or promoter. Randy Matahelumual, founder of Liberation and also known as dj Soulroots explaines that the event was brought to life to create a platform for soulfull, deep and afro house in Holland. Despite the current hype of afro music he always stayed true to the authentic African house sound.

"Black."

"Hard rock, trance is just for weird people."

"Culoe de Song, he is game changer. He built the bridge between African house and electronic music."

"My own music festival in the Moluccas. I like to be authentic in the things that I do. In South Africa I would just be a number. In the Moluccas I have the opportunity to create my own thing for my people."

"I prefer to be attacked by a shark and die in one bite. I don’t want to be cripple or ugly."

"Blind. Everything we see nowadays is fake anyway."

"The bass has more depth."

"I would rather be happy and a pour family man. Money and fame are nothing if you can’t share it with people you love."

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