The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: Top African DJs Rock It On DStv's Channel O

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Kenyan DJ Joe

Kenya's DJ Crème De La Crème and DJ Joe are going to be part of Channel O's Africa DJ technology. They will be part of the programme Bassment which features deejays from different countries in Africa who have made a significant mark in the African music scene. The deejays who include Uganda's DJ Mister and Aludah, DJ Black from Ghana as well as DJs Caise, Neptune and Xclusive from Nigeria will showcase their talent in video mixes.

The inclusion of these DJ's is yet another step by the channel that has pioneered musical television in Africa, says Channel O Africa manager Leslie Kasumba. "We recognise that DJs drive the music culture, so we want to see them having more of a presence on our channel. We look forward to working with them and we hope our audiences will appreciate seeing them on their television screens," says Leslie. The programme Bassment will air everyday at 6pm only on Channel O Africa DStv Channel 320.

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