by Muthoni Kimani
June 10, 2020
DJs are among the most-hit by the coronavirus pandemic after the government ordered all entertainment joints in the country to be closed early this year in March.
Popular Kenyan DJ Kalonje , is headlining a list of 200 deejays from East Africa who are set to compete in an online DJ competition that will broadcast live on Facebook.
Prince Otach, the event organizer, said
“It has been a difficult time for the DJs. They cannot do what they love let alone creating income,I see most DJs refer to themselves as the best in Kenya or even the number one DJ.
We now have an opportunity to now know who is the best among them all.”
The rules and regulations of the competition will be published at every stage while the audience will be required to vote in the winner.