Levixone, Azawi, and the Triplets Ghetto Kids are gearing up to proudly represent uganda at the inaugural Trace Awards and Festival, set to unfold on October 21, 2023, within the vibrant arena of BK Arena in Kigali, Rwanda.
The turn the replay singer, Levixone finds himself standing tall among esteemed nominees in the category of Best Gospel Artiste (Africa). His companions in this category include notable names such as Moses Bliss (Nigeria), Benjamin Dube (South Africa), KS Bloom (Ivory Coast), and Janet Otieno (Kenya).
Swangz Avenue star, Azawi, earned her place in the roster of nominees for Best New Comer. The company she keeps in this category is no less impressive: Krys (Cameroon), Libianca (Cameroon), Nissi (Cameroon), Odumodublyk (Nigeria), Pabi Cooper (South Africa), and Roselyn Layo (Ivory Coast).
As for the dynamic Triplets Ghetto Kids, they’re vying for victory in the Best Dancers category. Their spirited competition includes Robot Boii (South Africa), Yemi Alade (Nigeria), Tayc (France), and Zuchu (Tanzania).
The Trace Awards & Festival 2023 is poised to cast a brilliant international spotlight upon the diverse talents of musicians, creators, entrepreneurs, and high-achievers across Africa and its diaspora. The extravaganza will consist of a captivating three-hour live televised music spectacle, preceded by an engaging two-day cultural festival.
This festival is designed to captivate and empower both music enthusiasts and creators alike. The awards will be a celebration of music spanning a rich spectrum of genres, from Afrobeat to Dancehall, Afro-pop, Mbalax, Amapiano, Zouk, Kizomba, Genge, Coupé Décalé, Bongo Flava, Soukous, Gospel, Rap, Kompa, R&B, and Rumba. Moreover, it will recognize artists across various cultural and lifestyle categories, underscoring the diversity and vibe.