5 Nigerian upcoming Gospel artistes have won $15,000 dollars cash prize from NotJustOk, through its Mino Music App’s Song of Glory Online Contest; a platform created to support Gospel artists and the Gospel music industry by the renowned Music Company.
The winners are: Kuro J,Maxwell Rock,Kenneth Okpor, Young Airmie and Olayemi Lajuwomi.
The prizes were presented to the winners on the 5th of November, 2019 by Ademola Ogundele the CEO/Founder of NotJustOk, supported by Nikki Laoye (Singer/Editor at NotJustOk) at a press conference reception at Oriental Hotel, Lekki Lagos.
The Competition called in for entries in January and it ran till August with over a 1,000 contestants uploading their music on the Mino Music App and the final 5 were chosen based on their creativity, originality, lyrical content, overall appeal.
“Earlier this year we kicked off the “Song Of Glory” contest on our new streaming app @minomusicapp. Yesterday we handed the prizes to all the winners. Massive congratulations to the winners.” – Ademola Ogundele, the CEO/Founder of NotJustOk said. “A big thank you to all the press and media houses, Nikki Laoye, our team at MinoMusicApp and NotJustOK for all their effort and hard-work which added to the success of the Mino “Song Of Glory” contest and press conference . God bless you all!!”
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