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Five finalists battle for Airtel/Trace Music Star prize

26 February 2015, 11:14

Lagos -  Five Nigerians will fight for the  top prize of N4million plus the chance of a record deal with Universal Records, reports Nigerian Entertainment Today(NET)

 The prize is for the Airtel Trace Music Star National Championship.

The National Finale holds on Saturday, February 28, 2015 at the OceanView Restaurant, Victoria Island Lagos.

 The competition, which has been on for a number of weeks, saw numerous entries coming in from young Nigerians to become the next African music Superstar and also for a chance to be mentored by an A-list American musician.

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 Veteran broadcaster and entertainment industry expert, Olisa Adibua; ace producer and songwriter, Cobhams Asuquo and multiple award winning gospel artiste, Lara George selected  the finalists.

The finalists are Okotete Enajite (JITEY), Tejiri Odjighoro (TEJIRI), Omotayo Otitiju (OMOTAYO), Pearl Awa-Agwu (PEARL), Yetunde Adeyanju (YETUNDE).

The finalists will need public votes to become the Nation Champion and represent Nigeria at the Pan-African Grande Finale and  compete with  representatives from 13 other African countries in Kenya in March, 2015.

Read more at NET 

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