The ongoing Voice Nigeria season three, has the drama between coaches, Falz, Waje, and Darey Art Alade, as Falz also loses one of his teammate.
For week eight, Falz’s six-talent team took over from where Yemi Alade’s team left off in week seven to share the spotlight.
With the reminder that the three other coaches – Yemi Alade, Waje, and Darey Art Alade – had the opportunity of stealing any of the talents after their performances, KPee became the subject of discourse after his coach, Falz sent him to the danger zone. However, KPee’s rendition of Davido’s ‘Risky’ got Darey and Waje lobbying for his inclusion into their respective teams after stealing him from Falz’s danger zone.
However, not all members of Falz’s team enjoyed the opportunity as Neky, and Okemdiya ended their journey on the talent show after failing to make it to the next round.
With the six talents – Neky, Naomi Mac, Okemdiya, KPee, Peace, and Tamara – serenading the viewers and coaches in the knockout stage, Falz was tasked with deciding the fate of the three talents that moved to the next stage, Battlefield.
Three talents in Falz’s team namely Naomi Mac, Peace, and Tamara joined Vanilla, Kitay, and Toscene in the Battlefield. The young KPee also joined the other six in the next stage after he was saved and joined Team Darey for the Battlefield.
Falz saved Peace, who became emotional after she was sent to the danger zone after her performance. The coach also urged the evicted talents to keep fighting and doing what they do best till they are heard.
The week ended with the show’s headline sponsor, FirstBank intensifying on its promise to reward viewers with the FirstBank moments through its social media handles. The FirstBank moments require viewers and respective fans to respond to questions asked on the show, whilst being rewarded. Six fans that rightly answer the questions asked in the course of the show are rewarded every week.
Sponsored by FirstBank, Baba Ijebu, and produced by Un1ty, The Voice Nigeria further showcases the bank’s role -through partnership – in enabling Nigerians by passionately empowering and investing in youths while giving voice to everyone.
FirstBank’s Corporate Communications Group Head Folake Ani-Mumuney reiterated the bank’s commitment to strengthening the creative industry which is fast growing into a multibillion-dollar business, with the potential to be a leading contributor to Nigeria’s GDP soon.
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