DJ Fisher is performing today at South Africa.

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Ultranauts of Cape Town, This Friday marks the beginning of what many consider the year’s best electronic music event. Are you prepared? The evidence presented by his Instagram post indicates that DJ Fisher is.

The “lekka, lekker” South African accent seems to have been picked up by the Grammy nominee, who now appears to be an official member of the global #ilovesouthafrica fan club.

He shared a video on his Instagram page blurting out a variety of weird but iconic South African terms like “China”, “my bru”, “lekker” (we could maybe claim its his new fave South African word, just based on the amount of times he says it in the video alone), “biltong” and “shosholoza”.

In the video’s title, he wrote, “LEKKER LEKKER MY CHINAS THE FISH IS BACK!!!”. @ultrasouthafrica, I’LL SEE YOU ON THE DANCE FLOOR. SHOULD WE PROCEED

Almost 46,000 people liked the video, with Saffa supporters finding it a source of prideful entertainment and viewers from other countries finding it mildly confusing but amusing.

In case you have yet to hear of him, Australian DJ and music producer Paul Nicholas Fisher, better known as his stage name Fisher worldwide, will be headlining the main stage at Ultra 2023 in Cape Town Today.

Alesso, Timmy Trumpet, Goldfish, and Timo ODV, to name a few, will be joining Fisher on stage.

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