2face, Funke Akindele, African China to storm MVP camp
Latest news emerging from the camp of the Music Video Production (MVP) reality show is that award winning singing sensation and African Queen Crooner 2face Idibia, Funke Akindele a.k.a Jenifa and African China are to storm the camp of the MVP reality show.
The MVP reality television show will feature 50 well spirited and ambitious individuals who will be camped in a house for the duration of 21 days. The aim of this reality show is expose the 50 individuals to the nitty gritty involved in producing a very decent and quality music video. For the first time in the history of the Nigerian music industry, a reality television show is been devoted to the art of music video production. The likes of NTA network, STV, AIT, OGTV, BTV, STAR TIMES, GALAXY and TVC will cover the final camp moments.
The likes of 2face Idibia, Funke Akindele and African China will be at the MVP camp as guests and will share their respective success stories and how they all made it to the top while also sharing the various challenges that beset them at one time or the other.
To register for the reality show, individuals are to pay the sum of N5, 000 and are also enjoined to visit the reality show's website at
www.mvpcampng.com for more details.
This reality television show is open to aspiring musicians, dancers, choreographers, models, actors, actresses, video directors, cameramen, editors, production assistants, graphic artists, make up lines, set designers, welfare and caterers. To add pep to the MVP, seasoned and experienced music video producers will be on hand at the reality TV show to impact their knowledge on the house mates and also help in developing inherent qualities in them. These music video producers are the industry's greats: Clarence Peters, DJ Tee, Patrick Ellis, Afam D Man and AK One.
It is common knowledge that these producers dominate their industry in no particular order and their various works also speak for them wherever they are, hence the reason why the organizers decided to let them participate actively at the MVP camp.