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Darey, Falz, Waje, Yemi Alade Announced As Coaches On “The Voice” Season 3

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The world’s number one international talent show, The Voice Nigeria is back with the show’s third season. This season of the show will be produced entirely in Nigeria and promises to be bigger, better and even more authentic than ever. The one-of-a-kind singing competition opened for auditions online on August 25, 2020.

This year, contestants can look forward to big names as coaches who will help unleash the hidden talents in them. This season’s The Voice coaches include first-time coaches Darey and Falz The Bahd Guy, as well as comeback coaches Waje and Yemi Alade. Each of these award-winning artists has a successful musical career in different genres, and they will bring to the table a great experience in making great music, becoming a great artist, and connecting with people, especially Nigerians, through art.

Speaking about this season’s expert selection of coaches, Un1ty’s managing director, production and executive producer of The Voice’s third season, Mr. Akin Salami stated: “Music is a universal language that transcends geographic boundaries, age, cultural, social and even religious. We are excited to embark on this journey with a versatile and dynamic team of Coaches that will enrich the experience for both the talent and the audience.

By building on The Voice’s legacy to showcase top talent, we are confident that these industry veterans will attract the brightest Nigerian talent to deliver a more vibrant and competitive contest than ever. Needless to say, an exciting ride awaits us with full energy and lots of good vibes. “

The coaches have also expressed their joy at being a part of the program and have given potential talents information on what they will be looking for. For his part, Darey noted that he said: “I look forward to impacting and guiding the super exceptional talents that we will see in the voice this year. On the show, I will share, teach, train and also learn as we work together to build the next superstar to come out of Nigeria. “

While speaking on this, FalzThe Bahd Guy said, “As a first-time coach and a huge fan of The Voice around the world, I am excited to be a coach on the show and will dive in to get the best of all talents.”

Having coached the winning talent on the second season of The Voice, Waje is entering this season with confidence, declaring, “The Voice is about the talents and the coaches. Some do not have the experience, but we will solve it together. You can be sure that we will have a show like never before “

To complete the coaching panel, Yemi Alade said that “last season was my first time, but this year the Yemi team has to go home with the crown. I am looking for passion, originality and those who want to find themselves in the global music scene ”.

The third season of Voice is sponsored by First Bank of Nigeria and Baba Ijebu and will be hosted by Nancy Isime and Toke Makinwa. More details on how to audition are available from Darey, Falz, Waje, Yemi Alade announced as coaches on “The Voice” season 3

The world’s number one international talent show, The Voice Nigeria is back with the show’s third season. This season of the show will be produced entirely in Nigeria and promises to be bigger, better and even more authentic than ever. The one-of-a-kind singing competition opened for auditions online on August 25, 2020.

This year, contestants can look forward to big names as coaches who will help unleash the hidden talents in them. This season’s The Voice coaches include first-time coaches Darey and Falz The Bahd Guy, as well as comeback coaches Waje and Yemi Alade. Each of these award-winning artists has a successful musical career in different genres, and they will bring to the table a great experience in making great music, becoming a great artist, and connecting with people, especially Nigerians, through art.

Speaking about this season’s expert selection of coaches, Un1ty’s managing director, production and executive producer of The Voice’s third season, Mr. Akin Salami stated: “Music is a universal language that transcends geographic boundaries, age, cultural, social and even religious. We are excited to embark on this journey with a versatile and dynamic team of Coaches that will enrich the experience for both the talent and the audience. By building on The Voice’s legacy to showcase top talent, we are confident that these industry veterans will attract the brightest Nigerian talent to deliver a more vibrant and competitive contest than ever. Needless to say, an exciting ride awaits us with full energy and lots of good vibes. “

The coaches have also expressed their joy at being a part of the program and have given potential talents information on what they will be looking for. For his part, Darey noted that he said: “I look forward to impacting and guiding the super exceptional talents that we will see in the voice this year. On the show, I will share, teach, train and also learn as we work together to build the next superstar to come out of Nigeria. “

While speaking on this, FalzThe Bahd Guy said, “As a first-time coach and a huge fan of The Voice around the world, I am excited to be a coach on the show and will dive in to get the best of all talents.”

Having coached the winning talent on the second season of The Voice, Waje is entering this season with confidence, declaring, “The Voice is about the talents and the coaches. Some do not have the experience, but we will solve it together. You can be sure that we will have a show like never before “

To complete the coaching panel, Yemi Alade said that “last season was my first time, but this year the Yemi team has to go home with the crown. I am looking for passion, originality and those who want to find themselves in the global music scene ”.

The third season of Voice is sponsored by First Bank of Nigeria and Baba Ijebu and will be hosted by Nancy Isime and Toke Makinwa. More details on how to audition are available at www.thevoicenigeria.com

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