Your dream of becoming the next music star might just come true when you participate in the Djooky Music Awards (DMA).
Organised by Djooky, a digital platform that aims to promote the development of music globally and connect listeners with their favourite artists, the online song competition will pit amateur and professional artists and composers from all genres against each other. Currently, hopefuls from six continents have registered for the DMA.
Entries from Asia include the likes of Aicelle Santos, Kaoru Kenagae, SB19's Pablo, Japo Vs The French Girl, JUSTMINT, Viet Quat, and more.
The winner of the competition will score a trip to Capitol Studios in Los Angeles to record a song under the guidance of Brian Malouf, a famed producer who has worked with artists such as Michael Jackson, Madonna, Queen and Stevie Wonder. Cash prizes are also up for grabs for the competition's first and second runners-up.
DMA's jury will be comprised of prominent names from the music industry, including British composer Ivor Novello, American jazz pianist Patrice Rushen, and Thai-Chinese singer Mike Angelo.
To participate in the DMA, artists and composers need to register a song on Djooky's website before the competition commences on 20 February 2021.