The 2019 edition of Citi TV’s music talent discovery show, Voice Factory, has witnessed its first live performances from its 10 contestants at the premises of Citi TV on Saturday, July 13, 2019.
The 4th edition of the competition which was previously aired on Citi 97.3 FM is meant to unearth music talents and put them in the limelight.
In a period of 13 weeks, the 10 selected singers will battle it out for the top spot, in live performance shows, and the ultimate prize of GHC 10,000.
THE TEN CONTESTANTS
- AYJAY SAM
Born Samuel Adjasoo, the twenty-three-year-old (23) Ayjay Sam is an Assistant Sound Engineer at the Black Buster Family Media.
He has promised to put up spectacular
Genevieve Antwi-Nuamah, also known as Araba, is one of the contestants preparing to thrill viewers of Voice Factory reality show.
Araba is an intern at the West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens at the University of Ghana.
She believes she stands tall among the other contestants.
Twenty-four-year-old (24) Joana Ababio, an administrator at Yeemart International School has her eye on the prize and would not give chances to any of her competitors to grab it.
Joana, who prefers to be called Oye in the contest, is a graduate of Akim Swedru Senior High School and the University of Professional Studies, Accra.
- CLECK BOYSON
Cleck Boyson, born Joel Boyson, describes himself as someone who “kills your boredom.”
According to him, he will be spicing up the show with his real entertaining performances. Boyson attended Chemu Senior High School ad Chrystal Galaxy School of Aviation.
Idara is one of the contestants and she is determined to go home with the ultimate prize.
Born Sandra Ntiful Idara, the 21-year-old singer is a graduate of Sammo Otoo Senior High School in Cape Coast.
She loves singing, swimming, cooking and designing.
Idara believes that Voice Factory is a great platform for her to prove to the world the music talent she has been blessed with.
Charisma who lives at Ashaiman is a graduate of Insite Media College with a Diploma in Broadcast Journalism and Acting.
Twenty-four-year-old is highly inclined towards Reggae/Dancehall, Highlife and Afropop genres of music.
Debbie is a talented young lady who is determined to sing her way through to the top of Voice Factory 2019.
The 20-year-old graduate of the Ghana Institute of Journalism and Manya Krobo Senior High School prefers to be called Debbie in the contest.
Kenniekings is a 23-year-old graduate of Rolex Comprehensive High School in Nigeria, Lagos and University of Cape Coast.
He sees Voice Factory as a platform to challenge himself and hone the music talent in him.
Franklina Konadu is an ambitious young lady who seeks to take music to the world. Known in showbiz as Lina, she is inclined towards the gospel genre but is also able to venture into other forms of music.
The twenty-year-old singer is a student at the Accra Technical University.
Lina is not only interested in winning the top prize of GHC 10, 000 but to also show the whole world the amazing talent she has been blessed with.
Twenty-three-year-old Stephen Baiden Worgloh, is one of the lucky singers whose silky voice caught the ears of the judges.
With Red’m as his stage name, Stephen is a graduate of Bishop Herman College and the University of Professional Studies, Accra.
Red’m takes inspiration from a lot of artistes due to his eclectic taste for music which defines his versatility.
The judges for the main competition are music producer, Kaywa, rapper EL and gospel musician, Edinam Bright-Davies were also announced at the launch.
They will play a crucial role in assessing the performances of the contestants and ultimately decide who wins, together with public votes.
The contestants will be taken through voice training and other grooming tasks that will harness their musicianship.
The show will be compered by Osei Kwame, co-host of Citi FM’s late afternoon drive, Traffic Avenue and AJ Sarpong, host of Brunch in the Citi on Citi FM and Hall of Fame on Citi TV.
Voice Factory will be aired on Citi TV every Saturday at 7pm and supported by Citi FM.