The Voice Nigeria 4: Organisers Highlight Key Moments, Extend Voting
Organisers of the voice Nigeria reality TV show in Nigeria showcased key moments of the fourth season at the weekend.
It was also announced that voting will last for another week while saved talents will be unveiled at the live shows.
Mr Akin Salami, the Chief Executive Officer of Fame Studios, producers of the global show in Nigeria while recounting his experience about producing the show expressed confidence on the success recorded and the nationwide acceptance in Nigeria despite the initial set back.
He revealed that the show took off on a shaky note before it stabilised due to the humongous logistics and financial requirements.
Salami noted that the show has premium standards and organisers in conjunction with sponsors will continue to offer world class entertainment to viewers.
He added that though in its fourth season in Nigeria, the show is being produced in the country for the second season.
He advised viewers to vote as much as twenty times daily within the week while the window lasts. Viewers can vote on votestudio.live
Key moments on the talents, coaches, crew and the entire journey through various stages were also highlighted.
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The show, in its fourth season, sponsored by financial powerhouse, First Bank in Nigeria, features four stages of competition, including the Blind Auditions, Knockouts, Battles and Live Shows, for an opportunity to grab the grand prizes.
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Superstar musicians – Niyola, Naeto C, Waje and Praiz doubles as coaches and judges while movie star, Kate Henshaw anchors the show.
Commenting on the show, Folake Ani-Mumuney, the sponsor, FirstBank’s Group Head, Marketing and Corporate Communications said the lending giant has given voice to Nigerians for the past 129 years, and will continue to give voice to Nigerians by creating employment, economic empowerment in the country through its products, services and initiatives and it remains committed to strengthening the creative industry which is fast growing into a multibillion-dollar business, with potential to be a leading contributor to Nigeria’s GDP in the near future.
The show is expected to begin its live shows and final stage by weekend. Each of the four teams are expected to be represented by five vocalists each for a final show down for the big prize.