Win with Rocka


As a DJ, music is naturally a very big part of my life but outside of my career, music is also my good friend. I listen to music when I’m sad and when I’m happy. It’s my escape from the real world.

Music means the world to me. There is always a song which relates to the different experiences and stages of my life.

Growing up, my brothers Zak and Thami used to play loud music on Saturday mornings, while we were busy cleaning the house. This combination of music and cleaning the house on a Saturday morning became a tradition for our family. Michael Jackson, Salt n Pepa, Boys II Men and Toni Braxton songs would fill the house with love and that is when I understood music to be something positive and fulfilling. I still think of those mornings and there are songs that take me back. I have many great memories about music but the Saturday morning memories are my best ones.

Share your earliest music memory and stand a chance of winning one of five Rocka headphones.

All you have to do is:

1. Leave a comment below, sharing your earliest music memory.
2. Follow me, DJ Zinhle on Instagram and Twitter
3. Follow Rocka on Instagram and Twitter

Competition Rules:

1. Entrants must be South African residents.
2. The competition closes on Thursday 1 October 2015 and MOMentsByDJZinhle reserves the right to amend the competition end date at any time.
3. The prize is not be transferable to another person.
4. No part of a prize is exchangeable for cash or any other prize.
5. If the advertised prize is not available, MOMentsByDJZinhle reserves the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value to the winner.
6. MOMentsByDJZinhle will endeavour to deliver the prize within a month of the competition end date but cannot guarantee this delivery time.
7. The winners of the competition will be announced on Friday 2 October 2015.


215 Comments, RSS


    violet devries September 29, 2015 @ 11:16 pm

    My earlier childhood memory was….always morning I have wokec up to the song ROOF TOPS by JESUS CLTURE …it reminds me that the lord almighty …is the king of kings …and he is always there when he needs you…I will never forget that song And the song gives me a good HERITAGE from where I come from ..the song leads me Towards my future ….Violet DeVries 14 years old ..


    Olivia-Joan Iiyambo September 30, 2015 @ 5:01 am

    My earliest memory of music was when I was 4…

    This involved a family road trip to the coast and it was loads of fun with the likes of the Brenda Fassie and the Soul brothers being the soundtrack to my early years. I remember sitting in the back seat with my elder sister dancing along and the singing our own version of English when the American and afro Caribbean beats would play. Phil Collins, Joan Amatrading, Tracy Chapman, Sade, BoyzIIMEN, All4One, Toni Braxton, Mariah Carey,Inner Circle, Bob Marley, etc. MUSIC GIVES LIFE TO THE SOUL

    I have later come to realise how comforting this music is because it relates to happier times in my life. Alot of milestones in my life are acompanied by very specific songs and that is the beauty of music. Artists go through a certain emotion when creating a song and a melody and the more genuine it is, the more relatable it becomes to the fans.

    Thank you for the informative page and for continuing to empower women

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    Noluthando Mashiyane October 1, 2015 @ 8:58 pm

    I have been exposed to music from a very young age considering that I was raised by my aunt who used to play music 24/7, so it came by no surprise when I started entering competitions and auditioning for choir at the age of 11 years old. My earliest music experience that stood out for me was the experience I had at The Ekhuruleni Childrens Choir. There I was taught that there is more to music than a fine tune and rhythmic beats. I was taught how to read music and portray my talent the best way I can and most importantly how to perform. I was given the opportunity to travel and share my gift with the world. With that I saw the impact that music truly has on people regardless of origin or nationality. We sang indigenous African songs that were still able to touch a person who didn’t understand a thing. From that experience I truly understood music and all its aspects.


      Sbongile October 3, 2015 @ 9:47 am

      Wooooow Thando Girl, I didnt even know you can sing, i was amazed when i read your comment. God’s talents should be embraced.

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