Ralf Gum isn't well-known in Germany, but the German DJ packs the clubs in Pretoria and Johannesburg. His "Take Me to My Love" took him to number one on the South African charts.
He's renowned for his remix of Jamaican artist OMI's song "Cheerleader" and of Chaka Khan's classic, "Ain't Nobody." The young platinum-selling German DJ Felix Jaehn now releases his first studio album, "I."
Hugh Masekela has died, aged 78. Recognized as the 'father of South African jazz,' he was also known for his anti-apartheid activism.
They regularly top the international charts and headline dance festival line-ups around the world. Why are German DJs in such demand worldwide?
The documentary Superstar DJs - Made in Germany accompanies Alle Farben, Felix Jaehn and Trance pioneer Paul van Dyk on one of their worldwide gigs.
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