Khaligraph Jones and Octopizzo for the first time in a long time will face off one another in the upcoming event that will see also other top Kenya music artists attend.
The extravaganza dubbed Trace Fest will mark the season finale of the Trace Event – unique showbiz experience that will feature artists like King Kaka, Octopizzo, Femi One, Kagwe Mungai, Jua Cali, Sailors, and Kansoul.
The music show will be streamed on Trace Live Facebook and YouTube channels where it has been taking place for the last four months.
“The essence of these online concerts is to showcase Kenyan music to the world and increase appreciation of artiste’s skills and talent in the local music consumption market,” says Danny Mucira, the managing director of Trace Eastern Africa cluster,
Mucira added that this initiative was also a way to help artistes get a source of income during this Covid19 pandemic.
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This season has seen the event present King Kaka versus Kaka Sungura, Naiboi and H_Art-the-Band, Khaligraph Jones, Evelyn Wanjiru, and Eunice Njeri in the gospel edition as well as Trace Mugithi special with a lineup of six artistes.
The Trace live series was fashioned around physical concerts but was moved to an online platform in support of the government directives to close down all public gatherings.