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This is DaGhettoTymz.com's Viral Video Verses Vault (V4), where supporterz have sent their thoughts on DGT dispersing Afrikan-centered information for 20 yearz!
ADD TO OUR VAULT
1) What are some of the articles or Video Articles on DGTv you like most that appeared in our magazine or website?
2) What does DGT mean to you? What has it inspired you to do?
3) Is there anything you read or heard (audiobooks, inner-viewz) in DGT or DGTv that had an effect on you?
4) Or just well wishes for providing dome-splitting content for 20 yearz!
SUBMIT YOUR VIDEO
a) Record your up to 1-minute clip.
b) Email your recorded video to: firstname.lastname@example.org (NOTE: If file too big to send via email, you can use large upload sites like Dropbox, SendSpace & YouSendit). Don't worry about editing, we will handle that. Just make sure you have good lighting and audio; and,
c) Look for your video to be featured on our 20th Anniversary site a few dayz after submitting.