Culoe Da Song's Details
About Culoe Da Song
Born in the northern parts of South Africa’s east coast, Culolethu
Zulu, also known as “Culoe De Song”, hasn’t looked back after
putting passion in the forefront of his life. He’s been living music
ever since his talent, as a Dj & Producer was acknowledged not
too long ago.
Culoe’s serious music career began in early 2007 where he
produced a piece that made him a feature in Black Coffee’s
second offering, “Have Another One”. The track was named “100
Zulu Warriors” & carries a fundamental importance for Culoe De
Song as he regards it as ‘his beginning’ in the circle of music in
Comes the year 2008, he produced a number of projects that
gained him international recognition and performed alongside
international acts such as Rocco & Manoo. This was after his
performance as Dj was noted by the likes of Dj Christos, one of
South Africa’s pioneers in the dance music scene.
He then joins Soulistic Music, a label founded by Black Coffee
and till this moment it’s been a great adventure for Culoe De
Song as a member of this family. Tracks such as “Dwellers of the
Jungle”, “Inspiration”, “100 Zulu Warriors (Remix)” made
compilation releases in South Africa.
Culoe De Song also achieved a great involvement with the Red
Bull Music Academy after being selected to be one of the
worldwide participants to attend the Academy in Barcelona, Spain
in 2008. During that time Culoe De Song performed in places
such as Club Macarena & Fellini in Barcelona.
In the year 2009, Culoe De Song signed under Germany’s
Innervisions, a family of acts such as Dixon, Ame, Henrik
Schwarz… releasing tracks such as “The Bright Forest”, “Super
Afro” & “African Subway”. Also, he is now working on a number
of projects as part of his emerging international introduction,
including the Reggie Dokes “ Let Me Go” EP released on Boddhi
Satva’s Offering Recordings, Belgium.
Culoe De Song is working towards making a number of world
appearances & portraying the best image of what lies in the
inside his heart. He also performed in the 2009 Sonar Festival in
2009 also saw Culoe put together his debut self produced
offering titled “A Giant Leap” which was nominated for the
SAMA(South African Music Awards) and the Namibian Museke
Culoe is currently travelling the world performing in various