More Finalists Showcase Talents on Airtel The Voice Nigeria Season 2
Lagos, Nigeria – 10 July, 2017: Sunday, the 9th of July marked yet another courageous and emotional series of battles as contestants slugged it out against one another in episode four of Airtel The Voice Nigeria.
Airtel The Voice Nigeria, episode 4 of the Blind Auditions featured outstanding singers such as: Nwando Okoli, Sandra Osamor, Oluwole Olusi, Glory Amanyi, Kessy Mbonu, Shapera Makepeace, Victor Thompson, and Blessing Isaac.
Key highlights of the episode was Sandra Osamor’s rendition of Nigeria’s national anthem. Her strong euphonious voice inspired patriotism and earned her a place in #TeamTimi. She also got a resounding applause from the audience and standing ovation from the coaches as well.
#TeamYemi added only Oluwole Olusi to her team – taking her team total to eight. #TeamTimi added three more talents: classical singer, Sandra Osamor, Nwando Okoli and immediate past Student Union Government (SUG) President of Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun (FUPRE), Victor Thompson. Timi Dakolo now has nine talents on his team.
Waje only added two talents to her team – primary school teacher, Glory Amanyi and 30 year-old Shapera Makepeace. Waje now has only seven talents to her team. #TeamPatoranking only added two talents on the night – Kessy Mbonu and Blessing Issac – took his team total to eight.
Austin Oroko, Nnnamadi Akwarandu and Chika Nwosu took a bow out of the competition following their unconvincing impressions on the Coaches.
Viewers of #TheVoiceNigeria proudly sponsored by Airtel stand a chance to win mouth-watering prizes by engaging in the social media conversation with the hashtag #AirtelWhatsYourSay during the show.
You can watch The Voice Nigeria on Africa Magic Showcase (DStv 151) and Africa Magic Urban (DStv 153) every Sunday by 8pm CAT.
Since its original launch in 2010, The Voice has gone on to win audiences in countries like the US, Australia and the UK, where renowned artistes have occupied the show’s famous red chairs as coaches. Airtel The Voice Nigeria deploys the same format, including a panel of four coaches who critique the contestants’ performances.