Dirty South Added To Pete Tong’s Hall Of Fame
The Serbian-Australian DJ/Producer Dirty South, formally known as Dragan Roganović, has been added to the iconic BBC Radio One DJ Hall of Fame by Pete Tong for his astonishing contribution’s to dance music.
Nestling alongside other dance music legends such as A-Trak, Frankie Knuckles and Carl Cox, Dirty South gave a short interview to the voice of dance music-Pete Tong and explains his beginnings in the music scene, growing up listening to artists such as Daft Punk and The Chemical Brothers to starting to producing by learning the keyboards and guitar.
Having brought us some of the best dance tracks of our times such as “Open Your Heart” and one of the most iconic mainstage anthems of the past few years – “City of Dreams” – the Serb born producer has deservedly earned his spot into the dance music hall of fame.
Listen below to what Dirty South considers his favourite track produced by himself and the link for the interview with Pete Tong:
Source:BBC Radio 1