It’s incredible to see how our celebrities participate in activities that benefit and promote the youth, such as tournaments and other events.
As the Quickteller Barz and Notes music competition nears its conclusion, celebrity singer and composer Omawumi, music producer Gospel Obi aka GospelOnDeBeatz, and other music heads have chosen six winners.
The top six contestants have been chosen as winners after a review of over 200 hundred entries for the music talent show.
Okechukwu Chiamaka Lovette, Ann Nankling Damar, Martins Asogwa, Emmanuel Elijah, Prince Macaulay-Smith, and Bobby Phillip Eze are among the contest’s lucky winners.
Priscilla Iyari, Quickteller’s Brand Manager, said the competition was fiercely contested among talents, including young and innovative composers from around Nigeria, when unveiling the finalists.
Originality, vocals, writing abilities, inventiveness, adaptability, readiness to evolve, and the capacity to leverage value were among the criteria that the six contestants who successfully scaled through the adjudication process were rated on.
Iyari continued, “The talents will transfer into the production camp, where their music career will be formed by seasoned players in the music industry, including DJ Kaywise, Speroachbeatz, Yung Willis, Rexxiepondabeat, Gospelondebeatz, and P Prime.”
Established music producers, OAPs, DJs, and other prominent music stars will provide important insights into the music business to guide these musicians.
Quickteller will develop and promote each participant’s original music in a collaborative EP.
Congratulations to the winners; we hope to see more events like this in the future.