The Voice Nigeria music competition, a TV reality show, has reached its final stage. The six best talents seek the votes of the audience and fans in order to win the competition.
The Nigeria News Agency reports that Naomi Mac, Esther, Dapo, Kitah, Kpee and Eazzie of the 25 talents who started the competition made it to the semi-finals.
The trainers of the music competition include the well-known artists Falz, Yemi Alade, Waje and Dare.
Dapo and Naomi Mac in the Falz team, Kitay in the Yemi-Alade team, Esther and Kpee in the Dare team and Eazzie in the Waje team made it to the next level thanks to numerous votes from their fans.
The six talents will compete against each other to determine who will reach the next level leading to the finals.
Nancy Isime, the show’s host, said all six talents needed audience votes to increase their chances of advancing to the finals.
The 17th edition of the reality show saw two talents: Nuel Ayo and Anu left the stage, leaving six talents behind in the next episode.
Every talent needs more votes from their fans to reach the next level as the competition gets tougher towards the last level.
Ms. Folake Ani-Mumuney, Group Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications, First Bank Nigeria Ltd, the main sponsor, said in a statement that “The Voice Nigeria 3” was a reality television show aimed at bringing talented singers into the world USA to discover and promote country.
Realizing your dreams of becoming international stars is in line with FirstBank’s commitment to providing a platform for the promotion and presentation of talent and social cohesion.
Ani-Mumuney added that the support is a testament to FirstBank’s commitment to contribute to the projected revenue of $ 86 million from the Nigerian music industry by 2021.
The aim is to promote a diversified economy in line with the federal government’s diversification policy.
NAN reports that FirstBank has made their unique USSD 894 platform a verifiable way for audiences to vote on their favorite team for the grand prize.