Stent, who has just launched his fourth solo album called Sugar, says that during lockdown, musicians were forced to explore new ways to create and share their music.

Publication: After 12 Magazine

Those who relied on live gigs had to come up with new ways to create and share their music and for DJ and producer, Mark Stent, this was not necessarily a bad thing.

Publication: IOL

SUGAR: ‘LATEST ALBUM IS WHO I AM’ Isolation of lock­down allowed the musician to tune into himself.

Publication: Press Reader

Covid-19 stopped the music industry in its tracks. Those who relied on live gigs had to come up with new ways to create and share their music and for internationally acclaimed DJ and producer, Mark Stent, this was not necessarily a bad thing. It even spurred him on to shine a spotlight on up-and-coming South African artists.

Publication: SA Music News & Entertainment

Covid-19 stopped the music industry in its tracks. Those who relied on live gigs had to come up with new ways to create and share their music and for internationally acclaimed DJ and producer, Mark Stent, this was not necessarily a bad thing.  It even spurred him on to shine a spotlight on up-and-coming South African artists.”

Publication: Gauteng Lifestyle Mag

The DJ, producer, father of three and former South African heavy-weight bodybuilding champion has worked with some of the top names in the music industry and is now looking forward to releasing tracks from his new album.

Publication: Benoni City Times

French music streaming service Deezer has teamed up with South African DJ and bodybuilder Mark Stent to launch the Home Workout playlist.

Publication: Music in Africa

To make sure we maintain a healthy lifestyle, global music streaming service, Deezer has teamed up with South African DJ Veteran and bodybuilder Mark Stent (aka “The World’s Strongest DJ”) to release an exclusive ‘Home Workout’ playlist.

Publication: Texx and The City