McDANIEL COLLEGE SENIOR KEKUTA BAH OF SILVER SPRING SELECTED AMONG TOP COLLEGE DJs IN THE NCPA™ COLLEGE DJ CHAMPIONSHIP
WESTMINSTER, Md. – The inaugural National Collegiate Performing Arts (NCPA)™ College DJ Championship has selected Kekuta Bah, a senior at McDaniel College, majoring in accounting economics and business administration, among the top 32 college DJs in the nation. Bah of Silver Spring (20906) is a graduate of Wheaton High School.
Bah, known as DJ Kk, is the No. 1 seed in the Mid-Atlantic region in the competition and is competing on behalf of the Sickle Cell Disease Foundation. Winning DJs will receive $10,000 in cash prizes split among themselves and their chosen charity, plus $20,000 in high-end DJ gear.
At McDaniel, Bah serves as vice president of both the Black Student Union and the college’s Phi Iota chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity. He is also treasurer of McDaniel’s Africa’s Legacy student organization and is involved as a member of the Student Government Association and the college’s NAACP chapter.
He is also a student ambassador for the Center for Experience and Opportunity (CEO) and has assisted in providing free income tax preparation services through McDaniel’s Economics and Business Administration department’s Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program.
The first round of the NCPA™ competition takes place Nov. 16-21 with winners of the regional brackets, semifinals, and finals determined through online voting at UpstagedU.com. In addition to UpStaged™ Entertainment Group and NCPA™, sponsors include DJ equipment provider Roland and arts streaming platform Broadstream.
For more information about McDaniel College, visit www.mcdaniel.edu.
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