Over 500 African Artistes sign up for Djooky online music contest
The Djooky online music competition which has taken over global entertainment with millions of participants from Africa, Europe, and America is set for its next phase where the panel of judges get to decide the fate of these aspirants and ultimately reveal the latest superstar to join the big league.
With the season Finale set to hold from February, 28, 2021, the Djooky brand across Africa has become a reality set in stone with a record breaking 566 nominations across Africa.
Top three African Countries include, Nigeria with 218 entries. Ghana, 101 entries and 84 entries from South Africa.
A total of 83 African Artistes, with 3 Nigerians make up the continental finalists.
The judges selected from the best in Global Music productions including multi-platinum US producer, Brian Malouf, Grammy-nominated artist and music director, Patrice Rushen, UK Ivor Novello, winning sonngwriter Sacha Skarbek and producer/music executive/songwriter, Justin Gray.
Viewers are expected to vote for their preferred artiste and the artistes are also at liberty to ask their fans to vote for their song to help them win the main prize.
Artistes’ fans and the public can be a part of this as well and test their skills in spotting the next global hit, supporting your country in this epoch-making global event.
The voting steps are straightforward; to listen to music and vote for your favourite tracks, you first need to register either via the Djooky website or app.
Based on the number of VPs, the top 3 entries from the national and continental competitions go through each round – in the global round, the nominated panel of judges award 50% of the total vote.
The winner of the global round each season receives $10,000 in cash and a recording session at Capitol Studios, Los Angeles, post-lockdown while the first runner up gets a cash prize of $5,000 and third prize is $2,000.
About Djooky Music Awards
The Djooky Music Awards is an attempt to democratise and decentralise the music industry globally.
They want to create fairer opportunities for musicians who are struggling to break through the power structures which currently exist.
In Djooky Music Awards, the power is with the people who decide which song wins over their hearts.