If you’re wondering how to enter TRACE Djouba Challenge then check this out.
TRACE is one of Africa’s major global broadcast and digital media companies which specialises in Afro urban music and entertainment, and now it’s challenging Africans to rise and express themselves through the TRACE #DjoubaChallenge.
Biggest Top 30 hits on the continent
Based off the popular TRACE Djouba official chart show, which plays the biggest Top 30 hits on the continent with influences of Francophone, Anglophone and Lusophone Africa, the #DjoubaChallenge is being issued to the entire African continent and launched on Africa Day to celebrate the African Music and Arts scene around the continent.
How to enter TRACE Djouba Challenge
To enter, simply follow the TRACE Instagram pages based on your region:
@TRACESouthAfrica or @TRACEAfrica if you are based in Southern Africa
@TRACEMziki if you are based in Eastern Africa
@TRACENaija if you are based in West Africa
@TRACEToca if you are based in Angola or Mozambique
Using the song Djouba by Capso (available on major streaming platforms) upload your video of you doing the Djouba challenge and include the hashtag #djoubachallenge.
The Top 5 videos will be picked out weekly with the most interactions and viewings taking home the prize of $1,000 and a T-One (newly launched TRACE smartphone).
The competition will run from Saturday, 25 May to Tuesday, 25 June, 2019. T&Cs apply. For more info on TRACE, see www.trace.tv.
TRACE exports Africa’s trendiest artists, songs, culture
“Music and dance is the bedrock of African culture in all Africa countries. In recent years we have seen African dance influence global pop culture, from French Montana’s Unforgettable music video shot in Kampala, Uganda to Beyonće’s Run the World (Girls) music video inspired by Mozambican pantsula. Africa’s time is now. TRACE is committed to exporting Africa’s trendiest artists, songs and culture within the continent and outside its borders, focusing on genres that include Afro-pop, Coupé Décalé, Kwaito House, Afro-trap, Makossa and N’dombolo,” says Valentine Gaudin-Muteba, Managing Director: Media, Sales & Operations Southern Africa at TRACE.
More About TRACE
TRACE is a global broadcast and digital media company specialized in Afro urban music and entertainment. Through its 24 pay TV channels, radio stations, online and mobile services, TRACE connects with a 200 million multicultural audience in more than 160 countries. Launched in 2003 following the acquisition of the print magazine, TRACE has become the leading media brand for lovers of Afro Urban culture in Sub Saharan Africa, Europe, the Caribbean and the Indian Ocean.
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