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The music revolution will be televised on Kwesé TV

The music revolution will be televised on Kwesé TV

11:45 SAST | 24 Mar 2017

Kwesé TV has five classy music channels on its bouquet covering a wide range of African and international genres. We have three Trace music channels – Trace Africa (Ch 615), Trace Gospel (Ch 625), Trace Mziki (Ch 620) –  as well as Box Africa (Ch 630) and REVOLT TV (Ch 605).

REVOLT comes to you fresh out of New York City, where hip hop began, and is the inspiration of rap legend Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs. Revolt has class, great production values and attitude – as evidenced in its slogan: ‘The Revolution Will Be Televised’. This nifty line is a wink to Gil Scott-Heron’s 1970 anti-establishment song ‘The Revolution Will Not Be Televised’. On launching Revolt Combs said, "Revolt will be live, like all great moments in television history."

The channel includes live performances and music videos as well as news and interviews. Tune into the daily morning radio show vodcast of The Breakfast Club, recorded in New York City and hosted by DJ Envy, Agela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God (Weekdays at 09:00 CAT).

Then there are our three Trace music channels. Trace Mziki (Ch 620) is in Swahili and English and brings you banging hits out of the vibrant East African scene, with shows like Mziki Hit 10 (Weekdays at 16:15 CAT). Trace Gospel (Ch 625) brings you current world hits, old classics and up-and-coming African acts breaking onto the global scene. Look out for shows such as Contemporary Gospel (Mondays at 14:00 CAT). Trace Africa (Ch 615) is devoted to African music and covers a range of genres from top-class acts around our continent. Tune into some popular sounds with African Hit 10 (Weekdays at 17:00 CAT).

Box Africa
Box Africa, owned by the British broadcaster Box Plus Network, also brings you 24/7 pan-African music. It includes local and international artists, with the emphasis on connecting to an African audience. Check out Big African Beats (Fridays at 09:00 CAT) on Box Africa.

Africa and music go together like Pelé and football. With Kwesé TV you have five dedicated music channels bringing you great sounds and great stories focused on our music.

Connect to Kwesé TV now in Ghana, Zambia or Rwanda. Africans outside these territories can download the Kwesé App for iOS or Android, or register online, and enjoy our offering of streamed free channels.

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