|"The First Black African DJ"|
|USA's fave action heroine filming the illusion safely on earth|
|Bullock hangs in space in comfy undies|
|Not a joke. Mars One is a Dutch corp trying to win contracts on Mars for "homes"|
|A DJ, rebranded as hero|
|Official poster for a horrible idea, where Gaga is Cruella and we are the new, pelted dalmations|
classes for weightless singing. How ground breaking. It would be far more dramatic, historically ground breaking if she set up an orphanage for some of Afghanistan's million orphans, complete with a nature reserve and an aquarium and a recording studio and staffed it with desperate interns from the fashion and music industry and actually paid them to work and blog from the opium centre of the world with the promise that after five years, they could all take their own goody bag complete with one orphan home.
So here in this interview the sweetly naive 23 year old DJ Mandla Maseko describes winning the one hour orbital trip as better than getting any of the jobs he's been going to interviews for and failing at. He says his mother predicted him winning a chance to become the Space Race's puppet black African DJ by telling him "don't worry something bigger will come your way" each time he was rejected. And what does his music sound like? Well, the article doesn't bother. It's not really about him and his work though is it? In case he's now happy to renounce any Djing he's done in the past, for which there seems to be no record, not even on his twitter feed, and tell the world "I can get a job as an astronaut now"!
Too right mate, space is open for business.