Pilsner Mfalme III grand finale this Saturday

The ongoing Pilsner Mfalme III DJ competition the Hunt for the King moves the crowd will culminate in a grand finale this Saturday 3rd September 2011 at the Carnivore Grounds. The show that starts at 7.00 pm will see the winner of the crowned Kenya’s No.1 King that moves the crowd DJ.

The six finalists to battle it out for the coveted crown at the finals selected from the semi finals held in Thika, Nakuru and Mombasa are DJ Ricky, DJ Briggy, DJ Sankee, DJ Amoh, DJ Duez and DJ Dave.

The undisputed Pilsner Mfalme winnerThe King moves the crowd DJ” will walk away with a brand new souped up Pilsner Mfalme van and DJ equipment valued at Kshs 2.6 Million.

While making the announcement for the grand finale event, Pilsner Lager Brand Manager Francis Mworia said, “This year’s competition has been bigger than ever. We are thrilled to have worked with some of the top emerging talent across the Deejaying industry. As we conclude the third edition of Pilsner Mfalme Deejay search this Saturday, I am happy to note that Pilsner brand continues to nurture talent and offers greater opportunities for new DJs to gain exposure and have a chance to play their sets to large audiences.  This grand finale event will be the biggest party ever and I call upon all fans to come out in large numbers to support the finalists as we announce the undisputed King that moves the Crowd.

There will be special appearance by the renowned International guest deejays from Rampage Sound – DJ Mike Anthony and DJ Treble T together with legendary local DJ’s outfits from MOB, and Code Red who will entertain the crowd and also support in judging as they search for the ultimate winner.

Judging criteria will be as follows;

  • Stage 1: The Judges will vet the contestants  based on mixing, choice of music, scratching, versatility / innovativeness, crowd reaction, mic technique, image/swagger, originality and creativity, stage presence, confidence, equipment know-how and levels control.  The top three contestants will move to the last stage.
  • Stage 2: The three finalists will then play behind a screen for anonymity, from which the crowd acclamation and noise barometer readings will determine the winner. At this stage, stringent measures will be put into place to ensure complete anonymity of the contestants including:-

o   No drops, or idents (DJ signature)

o   Finalists not hyping the crowd  while spinning – to eliminate identifying who the DJ is

o   Finalists not using phones once behind the screen.

Launched in 2008, the countrywide DJ competition targeted at nurturing DJ talent in the country has seen raw talented DJ’s grow to become acclaimed professionals. Previous winners include, DJ Krowbar and DJ Nelly.

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  1. J Mbuthi December 11th, 2014 at 3:00 pm

    Al Jazeera, undoubtedly you are entitled to your opinion as much as other people are entitled to theirs.
    We would like you to be balanced in your investigative journalism to expose how African house workers are subjected to slavery in the Arab world. You have heard about the the humiliation, mistreatment and even fatalities that befall our ladies in Arab homes. Expose it to the world.
    Have a balanced day

    1. Al Beziro December 11th, 2014 at 6:48 pm

      Mbuthi and Tano, the truth shall set you free. The truth is we are going behind and stabbing our beautiful constitution. I believe it is not to the best of out interest to deny the truth because of politics or ethnicism. We better be patriotic and sort our problems as a nation, instead of denying the truth. We are, as a nation, going into a deep pit. Its now or never!!!

      1. J Mbuthi December 15th, 2014 at 12:04 pm

        Al Beziro, I hear you loud and clear. However, I do not think that I need a foreign media house to tell me what to do and what not to do. I wonder why the entire world catches a cold when Kenya sneezes. I have seen all manner of comments and suggestions from foreign media houses, international NGOs and CBOs about the proposed amendments. One minute they are accusing us for not doing enough and another minute they are opposing measures suggested to give our government the legal muscle to deal with terrorism. What do they know that we do not know about financing of international terrorism? This is the plain truth my fellow compatriot.

  2. tano December 11th, 2014 at 3:11 pm

    why dont al jazeera talk about slavery in thier state where kenyans are kilied

  3. Cheborgei December 11th, 2014 at 9:16 pm

    The arrogance from the mouthpiece of al queda , al shabbab and other extremists is nauseating .
    I have no time for extra judicial killings but i have no time for preaching by sympathizers of terrorism. Damn Al jazeera

  4. Njorua Africa December 12th, 2014 at 8:49 pm

    Aljazeera is a Muslim/Arab mouthpiece with no interest for truth or balance. Increasingly Aljazeera role seems to be to promote radical/political Islam. Aljazeera have tried to undermine Kenya counter terorrism efforts within kenya and inside Somali, painting Kenya as corrupt, western/Israeli puppet, discriminating and killing Muslims – a good Jihadists propaganda narrative.Aljazeera is completely silent on legitimate terror threats Kenya faces, killing, maiming, destruction of properties carried out by the terorrists on innocent Kenyan.
    It is time to Ban Aljazeera in Kenya


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