Dance Music Awards South Africa, Cape Town Lately
Dance Music Awards South Africa, Cape Town Lately

South Africa to host first annual Dance Music Awards

Concept initiators Soul Candi today announced the launch of the first annual official Dance Music Awards South Africa in Johannesburg.

Created to acknowledge and honour the accomplishments and contributions of South African dance music artists, the Dance Music Awards South African (DMASA) aims to award the hard working, publicly-recognized individuals who are pushing boundaries and driving South Africa’s thriving dance music industry forward.

The winner selection will be held entirely online with the SADMA managed as an audience-voted award event dedicated to South African dance music. Voting and nominations will be made through the official website & social media. With the fully transparent user voted award process, the DMASA gives the public the power to choose the award winners. Competition will be driven strictly by social media and online interaction, no “panel” will dictate the nominees.

The actual awards ‘ceremony’ will also be conducted online, where the winner will be announced in each category. This not only provides fans a chance to interact with artists/DJs around South Africa but also helps those artists/DJs gain recognition and prestige throughout a wider fan base and audience. The winners will then be invited to a private honorary dinner to collect their actual physical awards.

KEY PHASES

July – The Announcement
August – Phase 1 Voting campaign commences
September – Phase 2 of Voting (Top 5 per category)
October – Winner announced
October – Honorary dinner

The evolution of dance music in Southern Africa is nothing short of a phenomenon’ says conceptualiser Ricardo da Costa and further adds, “Dance music’s popularity defies race, age and socio-economic dividers so why not celebrate it? DMASA will create a platform for the commercial, underground, black, white, festival, clubs, male & female’s of the dance music industry to be honored…by the FANS!”

Furthermore, the DMASA also hopes to stimulate dialogue and create a forum for songwriters, performers and dance music musicians. Through this exchange the DMASA hopes to draw attention to the artists/DJ’s and ideas at work in the dance music industry and promote greater participation and recognition for South African dance music abroad.

The DMASA present an opportunity for music enthusiasts from around South Africa to celebrate their favourite DJs and/or artists by nominating or voting for them as a potential category winner.

THE DANCE MUSIC AWARDS SOUTH AFRICAN CATERGORIES – Across all Dance music genres

Best Male DJ
Best Female DJ
Best Producer
Best Live Act
Best Festival
Best Music Video (From Dance Artist)
Best Male Vocalist of the Year
Best Female Vocalist of the Year
Best Record Label
Compilation of The Year
Album of The Year
Remix of The Year
Best International DJ (who has recently toured or performed in SA)
Best International Producer (who has had recent success in the SA market)
Best Club of The Year (includes Clubs, Lounges, Bars, etc)
Best House Record of the Year
Best Kwaito Record of the Year
Best EDM Record of the Year
Best Underground Record of the Year (All non-commercial dance & underground sounds by SA Dance Music Artist)
Best Dance Radio Show Award

AND THIS IS HOW IT WILL WORK:

Sign Up
Phase 1: List your top 5 per category
Automate social sharing of voting procedure to user’s social platforms with who they voted for.
Phase 2: Vote for YOUR FAVOURITE from list per category
Automate social sharing

For more information check out https://www.facebook.com/DMASouthAfrica/

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