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Artists to perform at the Trace Awards 2023 announced

Artists to perform at the annual Trace Awards have been announced. South Africa is represented on the list and they are Blxckie and Benjamin Dube.

The ceremony will take place at the BK Arena, Kigali, Rwanda on October 21.

African artists to perform at the awards include Davido (Nigeria), Asake (Nigeria), Bamby (French Guiana), Benjamin Dube (South Africa), Black Sherif (Ghana), Blxckie (South Africa), Bruce Melodie (Rwanda), Bwiza (Rwanda), Didi B (Ivory Coast), Dystinct (Morocco), Janet Otieno (Kenya), Josey (Ivory Coast), Kalash (Martinique), Kizz Daniel (Nigeria), Lisandro Cuxi (Cape Verde), Locko (Cameroon), Mikl (Reunion), Perola (Angola), Plutonio (Mozambique), Princess Lover (Martinique), Ronisia (France), Rutshelle Guillaume (Haiti), Soraia Ramos (Cape Verde), Tayc (France), Terell Elymoor (Mayotte) and Viviane Chidid (Senegal).

In other news – Jah Prayzah provides another soundtrack as President Mnangagwa was inaugurated

Award-winning musician Jah Prayzah provided another soundtrack as President Mnangagwa was inaugurated at the National Sports Stadium Monday, nine days after winning a contentious election.

Jah Prayzah’s affinity with Zanu PF and Mnangagwa was on display as the contemporary artist propped the latter. Mnangagwa was sworn in in Harare commencing his second and final term. Read More

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