Vskit, Africa’s leading short video-sharing platform has announced the launch of ‘Voice to Fame’, the first original dubbing competition TV show in Nigeria. The show will see eight contestants competing against celebrities, for a chance to win 2 million naira grand prize in the Voice to Fame TV Show airing from July, 28th.
Voice to Fame will feature the re-enactment of classic movies and TV plays, Rap battles, Lip-synch according to dialogues taken from clips of movies and TV shows with the focus being on mouth/vocal and expressive facial expressions. The 13 –episode TV Show will feature four contestants each, with the contestant with the least vote from the audience evicted after each episode. The show is produced by Vskit and StarTimes.
Commenting, Sean Shu, Vskit Nigeria Marketing Manager, Vskit stated that the brand is pleased to create a new and exciting platform for Africa’s up and coming talents to showcase their skills.
“As title sponsor of Voice to Fame, this is an effort to discover young talents with remarkable vocal skills, with the potentials of being a star, wherever they exist across Africa. We will continue to develop and deploy varied talent-focused initiatives, training programs and co-branding campaigns that will create superstars out of budding talents”.
Voice to fame will be aired nationwide at prime time on Sundays on TV channels such as Orisun TV, NTA, ST Yoruba and AreaTen TV at 8:00 pm; ST DadinKowa at 9:00 pm and many more Yoruba channels.
Vskit is a short video sharing platform with over 15 million users across Africa. Vskit mobile app allows anyone to create, share and watch awesome short videos and connect with interesting new friends.
Vskit is available on Android and on iOS platforms.
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