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MTN Project Fame Day 26 Nomination show: A Night Of African Classics!


MTN Project Fame Day 26 Nomination show: A Night Of African Classics!

It was a night of high expectations where the contestants pleased everyone with hits from African legends. The night was a dance dance and more dance fiesta. TY Mix who was absent sure missed so much, and Cobhams Asuquo and OnomeOyaide (OAP-Rhythm) had a swell day with the thrills from the contestants. The band-Adrenalin were in top spirit and on top of their game coupled with the fact that almost everyone was clad in beautiful African attires, it was indeed a colourful and African show.

Ayo opened the floor with King Sunny Ade’s ‘Shokoyokoto’. His performance was a grand opening which earned him a loud ovation and accolades from both the judges and faculty. Next in line was pretty  Chinyere who seem to have dedicated Omawunmi’s ‘Love Nwantintin’ to Joshua with the way she owned the song and gave her best to the performance.Next  was Musulyn, she stepped out of her comfort zone and her usual self with Angelique Kidjo’s ‘Adouma’.

Taking the show further was Christian singing Sir Shina Peters’ ‘Afro Juju’. He had a beautiful time dancing and singing and entertaining the audience.

Marvellous marvelled everyone and even the judges with Duncan Mighty’s ‘Obianuju’. Sonia did Onyeka Onwenu’s ‘Dancing In The Sun’. Oyinkansade pleased everyone with Adewale Ayuba’s ‘Bubble’. Didi and Adetoun were ended the show beautiful with two different genre of African music. While Didi rocked the stagewith Sir Rex Lawson’s ‘Adure’ and Adetoun performed ‘Gentle Lady’ by Salawa Abeni. Her performance brought the show to a climax as she went on and on and almost did not want to end the music as she thoroughly enjoyed herself.

At the end of the show, the judges sincerely confessed they have enjoyed the day but their fate still lie in your hands, keep voting for your favourite.

To cast your vote, text contestant’s unique number ONLY (Do Not add their names) to 306 from an MTN line if you are in Nigeria, Liberia and in S/Leone (from a Comium line). In Ghana text to 1740 from an MTN line.

Asuquo Eton founded, now one of the most visited TV, music, tech and features website, in 2011. He is also a social media analyst, media and entertainment consultant.

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  1. otene jonah

    September 3, 2012 at 12:19 pm

    Chris don’t allow distractn to distroy ur is an enemy of distinctn,..God is on ur side so nobody cn b against U in JESUS name…U are a winner.

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