Yemi Alade’s six-talent group was in the spotlight as the continuing The Voice Nigeria year enters the knockout stage per week seven.
While the 3 other trainers — Falz, Waje, and Darey Art Alade — had the chance of stealing any of their talents following their performances, a few members of Yemi Alade’s staff failed to make it to the next round.
Together with the six talents — Toscane, Loven, Vanilla, Ewa, Tim Ayo, and Kitay — serenading the viewers and coaches in the knockout phase, Yemi Alade was tasked with choosing the destiny of the three talents that moved to another phase tagged Battlefield.
Three abilities from the Yemi Alade’s team specifically Vanilla, Kitay, and Toscane became the first three to make it into another stage, Battlefield.
Loven, who admitted to forgetting his sins, failed to convince some of the trainers to be stolen and was sent to the danger zone in which he stopped his trip following a rendition of Wande Coal’s’Away.’
In precisely the same vein, Ewa’s rendition of Ariana Grande’s’reckless Woman’ failed to coerce the coaches to enable her to keep her trip on the reality show. Timi Ayo’s recreation of Rotimi’s’Love Riddim,’ also got him to the danger zone and eventually out of the competition.
A mental Yemi Alade, who rescued Toscene after her performance, urged that the evicted abilities to keep fighting and doing what they do best until they’re heard.
The week finished with the show’s headline host, FirstBank promising to reward viewers with the FirstBank minutes through its social media manages.
Developed by FirstBank, Baba Ijebu, also made by Un1ty, The Voice Nigeria further showcases the lender’s role -through venture — in allowing Nigerians to passionately empowering and investing in youths while giving voice to everybody.
FirstBank’s Corporate Communications Group Head Folake Ani-Mumuney reiterated the bank’s commitment to strengthening the creative business that’s fast-growing into a multibillion-dollar company, with the capability to be a top contributor to Nigeria’s GDP soon.