Great Music Lovers!
We Greet you oooooooo!
WELCOME TO AFRI-TUNES COMMUNITY
Do well to subscribe to our community to share and enjoy your quality African Tunes.
We are calling on Musicians; singers and instrumentalists, who love African tunes to join us in making this project a wonderful one.
Let us make every Hivean stay glued to their phones everyday; smiling, nodding heads, dancing and vibing to the African Tunes.
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ENTRIES FOR AFRI-ANNIVERSARY
The Afri-Anniversary event of our lovely Afri-tunes community was held from 3rd to 9th March, and this was an event to celebrate the first-year anniversary of our wonderful community. We had thirty-four (34) entries: twenty-seven (27) in the music category and seven (7) in the writing category.
WRITING CATEGORY 📝
We received 7 entries in the writing category, and these entries were judged based on the following criteria:
- Adherence to the posting guidelines (use of title, tags, word count limit, citation, no duplicate entry and deadline for submission)
- Writing Style and minimal typographical/grammatical errors
Based on the criteria above, three entries stood out and they are (in no particular order):
"Kajad African na who I be,
And na correct African blood wey dey flow inside of me,
African music na the language of our spirit,
Where words fails, Na ein African music dey speak,
African music no dey ever die.
Instead, ein go refresh our memories."
@chelsie-b creatively composes a poem in Pidgin English which extols the greatness of African Music; its magical nature, strength and how it is a binding force for Africans.
"Music is one of those things that connect people together irrespective of their gender, age, country, etc and it has in so many ways helped me, I can't even quantify or say how much it had aid me in living a good life. Sometimes when am bored or not in a good music and I listen to music I feel very much okay and rejuvenated.
Anyways, I don't usually listen to secular music, just once in a while, the genre of music i do is mostly Gospel. Probably because I'm a church boy, a member of the choir and so on."
@sholex94 speaks about his personal journey with music, his top favorite songs and amazing Gospel artists. He also speaks about his joys and hopes for Afritunes project on Hive.
"It all just kind of happened, it was love at first sight, no I would say, love at first listen.
So he released his first single in 2015, wait for me ~ Johnny Drille. I was in my dad's car heading to school, when suddenly the radio station started playing his song. I fell instantly even though I didn't know the name of the song then. I wrote down the lyrics hoping to find out the name of the song. I didn't have an android phone so I couldn't even search for it."
@icyink takes us into her world of fiction, and carries us along in her journey of love with the Nigerian artists, Johnny Drille. She goes into details to describe the emotions the had from her secondary school days, when she nurtured deep affection for him, till this moment as she aims to be a devoted fan.
WE SHALL ANNOUNCE THE WINNER IN LESS THAN 24 HOURS!
MUSIC CATEGORY 🎶
We received 27 entries in the music category, and these entries were judged based on the following criteria:
- Adherence to the posting guidelines (Introduction, use of title, tags, word count limit, citation, no duplicate entry and deadline for submission)
- Video introduction
- Video quality
- Audio quality
- Harmony (if used in video)
- Stage management
- Quality and detailed Writeup with quality uploaded images
Based on the criteria above, five entries stood out and they are (in no particular order):
WE SHALL ANNOUNCE THE WINNER IN LESS THAN 24 HOURS!
AFRI-TUNES MEMBER BADGE ✅️ (ADDITION)
Recall, in our post on Afri-tunes Project Update, we introduced the Member Badge in Afri-tunes Community and we promised to create more additions regularly.
Thus, we have awarded the member Badge to @jesus-son and @gloriaolar for their commitment and consistency in interactions and engagement in the community. Actions like these bring us a step closer into making this Community a hub where the aura of love dwells.
Just like we said earlier, the member badge, however, does not elevate any particular member over other members in any way. Regardless of our social standing or geographic location, we are all connected by our love and respect of African music.
INTRODUCING AFRI-TUNES NEW MODERATORS
They have been with the community for a long period and have shown deep commitment, support and concern towards the growth of the community.
We are happy that they have been with us and supported us in their capacity. We are also glad that they have accepted to assist the team to serve the Afri-tunes Community in fulfilling her goal.
THANK YOU! THANK YOU!! THANK YOU!!!
If you want to sponsor the contest prizes with Hive, HBD, Leo or Ecency points, you can send the tokens to @afri-tunes or @afritunes, or you can reach out to us via Afri-tunes Discord Server!!!
Please click the link below to join the Afri-tunes Curation Trail so that, with your help, our Curation Trail can become stronger and better able to sustain and support high-quality posts.
You can also delegate HP to @afri-tunes (Afri-tunes official account) to help us curate high-quality African music for Hive.
Special thanks to all who participated in the Afri-Anniversary event: @sapphirekay,
@merit.ahama, @obaro @julti1985, @hopestylist, @meyateingi, @sekani, @jaydr, @maryjacy, @ovey10, @ksam, @hivedeb, @jesus-son, @timi01, @chelsie-b, @mayorkeys, @marybello, @sleemfit, @icyink, @chidistickz, @tobbysax, @adaezeinchrist, @gloriaolar, @jessicaossom, @magicfingerz, @utymarvel, @cindynancy, @angiesings, @glowie, @onos-f, @maxwellmarcusart, @sholex94 and @josediccus.
We hope to receive more collaboration, support and sponsorship in order to facilitate the growth of this project.
Let's Spread the love, the calmness, the smiles, the culture, the songs and the dance associated with African tunes.
If you love this project do well to comment, reblog, upvote, tag one or two people and support us in any way.