15 November 2012

Kenya: TeamKenya Come Second in the Antenna Dance Competition

2nd place in the #AntennaDance competition: #TeamKENYA. ( Resource: Fuse ODG - Antenna #TeamKenya )

Sometime in August this year, UK Afrobeats artist FuseODG- he of the Azonto fame- launched a global dance competition that was linked to his new single 'Antenna'.

The competition was a team effort and the winners would get an all expenses paid holiday for two to Ivory Coast, get VIP passes to one of Fuse's performances, get a special appearance in Fuse ODG's Antenna music video and also get an opportunity to appear on stage with Fuse.

TeamKenya which consists of two lovely ladies Natalie (@ladyngee) and Oluchi (@lichibabez) came in second with their creative yet funny routine.

The competition ended on 1^st November with the top 10 best dance routines shortlisted and then voting was left to the public. The Short listing was based on the skill, storylines and creativity of the dance routine.

The winners were announced yesterday on Fuse's twitter handle @fuseODG. First place was #TeamManchester , second place went to #TeamKenya and third place went to #TeamBedford.

The Antenna dance competition buzz went global as there were entries from all over the world. Fuse took to Twitter saying that... " I'm happy to see Africa unite like this through #AntennaDance. That's what my music is about and will always be about."

Well, Congratulations from the Capital Lifestyle team ladies.

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