Saturday, March 27, 2021

Djooky Spring 2021 - Winner Has Option to take $20,000 in CASH

Gina Brooklyn, the first winner of the Djooky Music Awards, has made it to LA, where she is to record her new song at LA Capitol Studios with an all-star technical team led by Brian Malouf, the Multi-Platinum US Producer.

As part of her trip, Gina already took part in 2 co-writing sessions, has written 6 new songs, and has had 3 coaching sessions with the world's best experts.

Gina commented: “I am so incredibly grateful for the Djooky team & what they’ve done for me thus far. This trip has been so much fun and so productive, and I’m so excited for what’s to come!”


In The Djooky Music Awards - Spring 2021 season, the winner’s cash prize will increase two-fold to $20,000. The Winner will be presented with two options: either to record a song with an all-star team at LA’s Capitol Studios OR receive $20,000 cash. 

The dream trip to LA’s iconic recording studio also comes with a money-cannot-buy opportunity to attend coaching sessions with the best music experts globally.

One of the experts they get to work with is Brian Malouf, a multi-Platinum LA-based producer, and Djooky Co-Founder.

The second and third place prizes remain the same. Artists are to receive $5,000 and $2,000 to upgrade their music equipment. Alongside the main winners, every season there are also 12 Genre winners, who each receive a $1,000 prize to further their music careers.

Register your song TODAY at 

Source: this content was first published on the Djooky platform and republished here courtesy of Nam Radio's Talent Showcase Africa artist development platform.

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Monday, March 8, 2021

The Djooky Music Awards Winter Edition 2021 has ended

The Djooky Music Awards Winter Edition 2021 has ended, and you can watch the entire event which was broadcast live on YouTube, here.

Our winner is a band called Ulyatau from Kazakhstan, and you can view their interview right after their win, here.

Djooky wants to thank every artist who participated in the Winter Season of the DMA. It is time to Meet The Winners Of The DMA Winter Edition, where I'm proud to point out you'll find Nigerian Tam Ben's song Electric Vibe in 3rd position overall; and in our all new Afrobeat category  Make You Mine by Laydon from Zimbabwe takes the number one spot. 

These are truly exciting times for emerging talent right across the planet, and I have to say, Africa is so well represented and our artists are doing us proud.

I've created a Djook Africa WhatsApp Group wherein we lend support to African talent by working from within the community to boost and promote our own. And we've had some success. The third overall winner in the Winter Edition is Tam Ben from Nigeria, whilst the first winner in the Afrobeat category is Laydon from Zimbabwe. Both of these artists are in my WhatsApp group.

What I'm trying to do now is to push the Djooky weekly charts to encourage artists to go for the weekly cash prizes, thereby organically building this incredible movement exponentially. We've had tremendous success in recent weeks with Tam Ben, who's won the top chart position multiple times. You'll find out more about this weekly chart here

So we suggest you submit your song entry as soon as possible! 

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Wishing you all the success in the world,

JOETT - Voice Coach & Author