Known for it’s role in attracting, and helping to unleash the brightest of Nigerian musical talents for the global stage, top rated singing competition TV reality show, The Voice Nigeria is back to the scene and a lot has been put in place to make it work.
This year’s season three will be fully produced in Nigeria, in collaboration with the British television giant from the UK, ITV, and international record label, Universal Music UK and in conjunction with YouTube.
While expressing his excitement over the show, the Managing Director, Un1ty Limited and Executive Producer, The Voice, Season Three, Mr Akin Salami said;
“We are excited to kick off The Voice, Season Three, especially at a time like this when there is a growing appreciation for African music.
This is an amazing opportunity to provide a learning platform for exceptional Nigerian talents and to show the world the quality of entertainment we are capable of showcasing. With the size of what we intend to bring to life, we have partnered with industry leaders Livespot360 to deliver a show like never seen before.
We have exceptional sponsors that have provided invaluable support in bringing the show to life and we are confident that our coaching panel will infuse their expertise and energy to make this a spectacular experience for the talents and the viewing audience.”
Taking an interesting turn this time around, the show will take place with many engagements with it’s fans, the talents and the general public. While the talents and fans go home with rewards worth over 100 million naira, the winning talent of The Voice Season 3 will go home with money, a brand-new car and an international recording contract.
The coaches for this season’s The Voice includes first time coaches Darey, and Falz The Bahd Guy, as well as return coaches, Waje, and Yemi Alade.
The show will be hosted by Nigerian multi-award-winning TV host and actress, Nancy Isime, and co-hosted by popular media personality and Vlogger, Toke Makinwa.
Check out the requirements for registration below;
- Registration is free.
- Interested talents must have a First Bank account, record a one-minute video singing without a soundtrack, upload and fill the form on the website.
- The show is open to both female and male contestants who are Nigerians and have a government-issued means of Identification.
- Talents must be at least 18 years by November 1, 2020. Interested talents can visit The Voice Nigeria website for more information.
- Registration for the audition is now open on the website till September 19 on www.thevoicenigeria.com and all social media platforms of The Voice Nigeria.