Celebrated US-Based DJ of Ghanaian-Togolese descent, DJ Mac, will present an award to the most outstanding DJ in the DJ of the Year category at the 5th annual 3Music Awards.
The significant role played by DJs in the promotion and growth of music worldwide is undisputed. In the Ghanaian music industry, DJs have used their platforms as a vehicle to transport music into the homes of many, contributing enormously to the growth of the industry, especially in the year under review.
Within the francophone space, DJ Mac has over the years served as the plug projecting Ghanaian music, leveraging on his vast influence on the Franch markets.
It is apt recognition for DJ Mac's reputation within the DJing world. Having cemented his brand and authority within the space, it comes as no surprise that the extremely thorough team of cast makers at the 3Music Awards handpicked the charismatic DJ Mac. The 3Music Awards also strongly appeal to younger generations of music lovers, of which the gifted DJ is very much familiar.
DJ Mac commented:
"I'm humbled to present the award for this year's DJ of the Year category. Ghana music has seen exponential growth in the year 2021 and the contributions of DJs to these accomplishments can not be overlooked. This is why presenting the award for DJ of the Year will be a pleasure."
The 3Music Awards revised its tagline to More than Music to encapsulate its support to all accessories of music business development. The event will seek to amplify, recognize and reward DJ Mac and others like him who have in diverse fields of music contributed to the growth of Ghanaian music.
The 3Music Awards, Ghana's most anticipated music celebration, will deliver live a holistic music art experience when it comes off at the Grand Arena on March 26, 2022.
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