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South African Based Indian DJ Kevin Rebellious Has Passed Away


South African Based Indian DJ Kevin Rebellious has reportedly passed away. He was reported to have died today February 19 2021. No cause of death has been reported yet.

DJ Sebastian Dark took to his official Facebook to confirm the news of Kevin Rebellious death.

Penning down his tribute he wrote – This Post sits Heavy on my Chest. I think I was 7 when I saw Kevin Rebellious Play at
Creations in Chatsworth. I was the winner of a dancing competition but I was not there to dance I wanted to stand next to that DJ Box and see this Man play along with Ravi P . This Post will never explain watching them play the Energy the Vibe The Music (India – the lover that rocks you ) I think he owned this and played it like a champion. The talent was an understatement when it came to KEVIN REBELLIOUS. To the Family, I’m Sorry and my Sincerest Condolences. I know he lived his life loving his Family and playing Music to his Fans. Kevin thank you for giving us up and coming DJs at the time a Role Model to look Up To. I’m Sad that this world is taking the last of the real DJs. RIP KEVIN REBELLIOUS Till We Meet Again Brother.

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Who Kevin Rebellious?

Kevin Rebellious and his team of Champion DJs play and present open Format DJ style across the most popular genres of Dance and Popular music. the 70s, 80s, 90s and Contemporary Hits.

In 2019, Kevin Rebellious received the Panache Men of Valour Award. His accolades and ability to rise and succeed through adversity was astounding as was his caring and compassionate nature for many who knew him.

The award-winning disk jockey who is also known as Curvyn Naido started his career as a DJ in 1990 at Club creations.

As a disk jockey, Kevin Rebellious has won numerous awards. In 1991 he won the South African National battle of the DJ’s Regional Title. He walked away with the Regional All Round Groove DJ Championship in The Technics National Battle of the DJ finals in Cape Town in 1992 and the Best of the Best DJ Battle in 1994.

He has played at several venues in South Africa including Resident DJ at Club Creations, Dancers (JHB), The Arena (CPT) The Palladium (DBN), The Silver Slipper, The Embassy, Club Zoom, Angelo’s, Liquid, The Bellagio and Empyre Night Club.

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