Trace launches a channel dedicated to Congolese music

On Wednesday 4 April, the Trace group launched Trace Kitoko, a television channel dedicated to Congolese music. Announced since August 15, 2017, it will be devoted to the rhythms that move the DRC and the Congo, as well as to its diaspora.

“With more than 100 million inhabitants, the Congolese population is the largest French-speaking population in the world. It’s also an incredible musical strength. In addition to anthology groups and singers such as Tabu Ley, Papa Wemba, Koffi Olomide, Extra Musica, Zaiko Langa Langa, several generations of new talents have emerged with Master Gims, Passi, Ipupa Fally, Singuila, Dadju, Niska, Youssoupha , Damso, Lino and Calbo d’Arseni. “, Reads the statement.

Trace Kitoko’s French, Lingala and Swahili programs are available on channel 131 of the Canal + bouquets in French-speaking Africa, accessible from the escape formula.