These talented vocalists, who will be awarded USD $5,000 (about Shs18.9 million) and goodies from Airtel, the sponsor of the show, will be unveiled at an event held at Nexus Lounge in Najjera. It will also be aired live on NTV Uganda at 8pm.
7 Ugandans eyeing Shs377 million Voice Africa prize to be unveiled on Sunday
Seven Ugandans that have showcased amazing vocals in The Voice Africa reality singing competition will be unveiled on Sunday at 8pm.
“For those who want to cheer the Ugandans and have fun as they are unveiled should make their way to Nexus Lounge in Najjera. The management of Nexus Lounge has confirmed they will set up a gigantic screen that will show the unveiling of the 100 finalists that include our own 7 Ugandans," said David Birungi, the head of PR and communications at Airtel Uganda during a Thursday press conference.
The event will be spiced with performances from Winnie Nwagi, and deejaying by Slick Stuart, and Deedan will host the event. A number of other activities are lined up for the night.
After this stage, 16 singing superstars from across Africa – including two from Uganda will compete each week against each other in a live broadcast, taking place this very month.
The grand winner is set to walk away with USD $100,000 (about Shs377 million) cash prize, and a recording contract.
The seven Ugandans are already in Nigeria waiting for the final competition.
Bruno Kiggundu, stage name Bruno K, is a former Airtel Trace Star first runner-up and celebrated Ugandan RnB artist.
He attributed the growth of his musical career to the Airtel Trace Star which gave him the opportunity to be discovered and has since opened many doors for him.
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