2015 Ghana DJ Awards call for entries

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The Planning Committee of the 3rd annual Ghana DJ Awards is proud to

announce that entries for the 2015 edition are open and DJs are

invited to submit their works for mixtapes and other performances

between October 2013 and November 24, 2014.

The third Ghana DJ Awards has 24 categories, of which 22 are open for entries.

According to Ken Addo, executive member of the Ghana DJ Awards,

entries received will be screened for compliance with the award rules

and also to ensure that the entries were submitted in the correct


“The purpose of this process, known as vetting, is to ensure that each

entry is eligible and not at risk of disqualification later. The

sorting committee of the Ghana DJ Awards will perform this function.

No artistic or technical judgements are made about entries at this

stage,” he said.

After submission, qualifying entries will be sent to the judges for

adjudication. All the categories in the awards, with the exception of

non-voting categories, are adjudicated by a panel of judges in

accordance with the defined guidelines. “The public is not involved at

this stage at all,” Ken stressed.

He added that there is a different panel of judges for each category,

but depending on the particular expertise of a judge, such a judge may

serve on more than one panel.

The panel of judges is reviewed annually. They are selected according

to their expertise in their respective fields.

Final nominations will be announced at the main launch of the 2015

Ghana DJ Awards in January. The judging vote will account for 70%

while the public vote will account for 30%.

Ghana DJ Awards, the premier program celebrating and adding value to

the DJing culture in Ghana is aimed at highlighting contributions DJs

have made to Ghanaian music distribution & promotion through radio

plays, endorsing & putting songs out to be enjoyed by the masses.

The awards ceremony is set to be held at the Accra International

Conference Centre on Saturday February 21, 2015.

DJs, as well as the general public, can enter online at


Submissions are open from November 19th to December 24.

Credit: modernghana.com

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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