New Generation Voice Africa, (NGVAFRICA) is debuting Africa’s first Gospel music reality show tagged “Explosion.”
Showcasing the youngest and brightest undiscovered music stars across different countries, as they compete for an ultimate prize with the help of established superstar coaches.
The sole focus of New Generation Voice Africa is to identify and support new talents with the vision of spreading the gospel worldwide through music. Already, many have auditioned to be a part of the show.
In the press statement by Tinadel’s Promotions, the organizing company behind the reality show, it was revealed that 30 Finalists will be in the Restoration Camp for 60Days and the winner of the show will receive $30,000 cash; a brand new car, an exciting one-year recording contract reward, wardrobe allowance and Swedish tour.
The New Generation Voice Africa will be produced in Nigeria and aired on DSTV channel, Startimes and Terrestrial TV channel, amongst other leading television stations in and outside the country.
According to TPAO, the New Generation Voice Africa Gospel music reality show (NGVAfrica) is also a platform to launch musicians into their chosen career path in the Gospel sphere.
“We decided the best way to uplift Gospel music around the world is discovering more talents and taking time to nurture them to their peak. We have a partnership deal with Elfrique Event Management Solutions and already kicked off with virtual auditions which is strictly online. Winners from the virtual audition will proceed to the Restoration Camp in Lagos. The Host and Coaches will be announced soon,” Omogbolu Israel who is the Managing Director, Tinadel’s Promotions said.
Speaking further, Kola Williams OJ, Project Manager, Tinadel’s Promotions, said; “We are delighted to have sealed sponsorship deals with YangaTribe, Pulse Media and Tommywaleson Productions amongst other leading sponsors which will be announced soon. This partnership is hinged on our Brand’s passion to empower the youth. Tinadel’s Promotions has given voice to the youth over the years, and will continue to give voice to Africans by creating employment, economic empowerment in the country through our services and initiatives. We remain committed to strengthening the creative industry.”
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