Trace TV in partnership with Universal Music Group and Waltz Music, will be bringing the house down each and every weekend on Trace Urban and Trace Africa channels, via DStv with an exciting line-up of South Africa’s best & up-coming DJs on House of Trace.
House of Trace is a two-hour long weekly show that is soothing the nation, and helping them forget about the lockdown. Two unique editions, House of Trace Amapiano and House of Trace YTKO – featuring YFM’s YTKO roster of DJs, will deliver the very best in music mixes to the nation.
The format of House of Trace’s sees DJs play an hour long set each – with House of Trace Amapiano edition on Trace Africa every Friday at 6PM and Trace Urban at 9PM. House of Trace YFM YTKO airs every Saturday on Trace Africa at 5PM and Trace Urban at 7PM until 02 May, thereafter fans of music can expect a variety of new genres such as Hip Hop, trap, afrobeat and house from 09 May.
Fans can expect to see the likes of DJ Mshega, Lamiez Holworthy, JazziDisciples, MFRSouls, Stokie, MVD, LuuNineleven, Cbuda M & Leehleza, Semi-tee, KamoD and Miano, Trap Thursday, Zan D, DJ Zero, Big Sky and more on their screens.
“Music, especially house music and hip-hop, are the lifeblood of our country. It’s what brings us together and at Universal Music Group we are happy to have partnered with Trace to be able to extend the show well into the end of the month of May”, says Sipho Dlamini, Managing Director of Universal Music South Africa.
House of Trace is also available on Trace Africa on Trace’s new online entertainment platform, Trace Play, which offers 25 live Trace TV Channels, more than 100 digital radio channels, concerts,movies, TV shows and documentaries. Trace is currently offering a 1-month free subscription to all new customers. To redeem, enter the promo code FREE on www.traceplay.tv/redeem/coupon.
“Since launching House of Trace last week, we have seen a great response from our music loving nation with many taking to social media to engage with us and their favourite DJ’s. As Trace we have a mandate to support and empower our local musicians and DJs, House of Trace is such a platform where we are also giving up and coming artists a chance to shine”, says Valentine Gaudin-Muteba, Managing Director: Media, Sales & Operations at Trace Southern Africa.
Don’t let the lockdown keep you down, tune into Trace via DStv on Trace Urban (325), Trace Africa (326) and on Trace Play. To keep up to date with all of the performances and times, visit www.Trace.tv and follow Trace on social media. Stay Home, Stay Trace, Stay Happy!