Will Reggae Save Your Favs?

November 30, 2020

Last week, you, the viewers voted which contestants had to go. Sadly, the rest had to leave. Contestants were faced by two doors that decide their fates: the purple door which meant the contestant had to leave and the yellow door, which meant they still had a chance of winning the competition. 

Davewills, G-Isaac, Melody and Uzezi were up for eviction. G-Isaac was saved and went through the coveted yellow door. Unfortunately, we had to say goodbye to the remaining four contestants. 

However…

There was a big surprise coming. The evicted contestants were given a chance to continue their certification program with the prestigious Berklee College of Music, New York and Henley Business School, UK. Needless to say, all the evicted contestants jumped at the opportunity. 

The contestants points from the previous weeks were all leveled, meaning that they would have to rack up even more points.

Week 4 started off with contestants giving us sweet tunes all the way from the West Indies.

We saw some really powerful and moving reggae performances from the contestants but at the end of the day, their fates were up to the judges to determine which contestants were up for eviction.

The Sunday show kicked off with powerful R&B performances from the remaining ten contestants.

They performed iconic songs from singers like James Brown, Celine Dion, T-Jan, Marvin Gaye Calvin Harris and Sam Smith.

Despite giving it their all, the contestants with the lowest cumulative scores were up for eviction, determined by the panel of judges comprising of Omwaunmi, Banky W and guest judge, Olisa. This week, your favourite contestant needs your vote to stay in the competition, or else, you’ll have to welcome them home.

To vote for Jesse, Oiza and Meyi, Storm, G-Isaac and David Garland, text “VOTE 006”, “VOTE 014”, “VOTE 007”, “VOTE 001” “VOTE 010” to 50061 respectively on MTN and 9MOBILE networks at N30 naira per text.

Olufemi Fadahunsi

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