Wouter de Vink
By Wouter de Vink

Sefa’s upcoming album is starting to take shape and the countdown can officially begin from tonight. Tonight Sefa will be the first frenchcore artist ever to play a solo set on national radio at SLAM!, where he will announce the official release date.

READ: Sefa makes important announcement about ‘the future of his career’

Since ‘the important announcement about the future of his career’, Sefa’s release schedule has been working overtime. Some thought it would be the end of his career, but it turns out that we can expect a lot of new music from the Frenchcore DJ: it’s a brand new album.

Meanwhile, Sefa reveals more and more about the upcoming production. He has made a remix of one of Evil Activities’ most famous hardcore records ‘Nobody Said It Was Easy’ and it contans collabs with D-Block & S-te-Fan and others. When the album is released, will be announced on Dutch national radio station SLAM!, where Sefa will join for an interview and a DJ set.

Sefa brings Frenchcore to national radio again: this time solo on SLAM! FM

Sefa previously went live at the radio station together with Dr. Peacock; this was right after the legendary Symphony of Freedom set (from a boat in the Mediterranean Sea) for Defqon.1 at Home. Tonight, he will be on air solo and can be heard on the radio from 21:00 CET.


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