TRACE, the first destination for the latest urban and afro-urban – celebrity news, music, lifestyle, entertainment and culture, has partnered with the MultiChoice Group to officially launch their dedicated gospel channel, TRACE Gospel across sub-Saharan Africa on DStv channel 332.
The dedicated channel will showcase the best of local and international gospel with music videos from various sub-genres that include Contemporary Gospel, Urban Gospel, Worship Gospel and Traditional Gospel. The channel will be available on DStv Family, Compact, Compact Plus and Premium packages. These customers will also be able to enjoy their favourite gospel content anytime, anywhere on DStv Now.
“We are a brand that is dedicated to showcasing the very best of Urban music from all genres from across the globe,” says Valentine Gaudin-Muteba, Managing Director of TRACE Southern Africa.
“TRACE Gospel is a channel where we can share music, news, worship and interviews within the gospel genre. We are looking to provide a channel that is an exploration into Gospel music and a platform for the continents’ artists to share what Gospel sounds resonate most with them,” says Gaudin-Muteba.
The 24-hour channel will offer a diverse offering of programming that will include:
1. SOUNDS OF SOUTH AFRICA: We bring you all your Favourite Gospel Greats from South Africa.
2. URBAN VIBES: The best Gospel Urban hits of the moment
3. HITS 30: Bringing you the top 30 local and international Gospel hits
4. US HIT 10: Giving you the top 10 international Gospel hits
5. PRAISE VIBES: A blend of local & international Praise and Worship playlist
“Having TRACE Gospel on DStv and GOtv platforms is part of our ongoing commitment to bringing a wide variety of the best in local and international content that touches the lives of our viewers,” says MultiChoice Group, CEO of General Entertainment Yolisa Phahle. “The addition of this channel onto our platforms will ensure that our customers are exposed to even more entertainment options for their families, giving more value this festive season.”