To join the league of extra-ordinary superstars, these eight finalists must battle to win the ultimate prize. The show which got thousands of viewers via the MTN project fame live streaming page from over 92 countries gets tougher, as contestants performed hits from West Africa’s Entertainers.
Bringing it all to win, Debbie kicked off the set, when she gave an awesome and emotional rendition of EME’s first lady, Nyola’s “Toh Bad”. The judges, who were proud of her, also commended that she was comfortable and connected with her audience. The members of faculty encouraged her to keep building up on her beautiful performance.
“Super voice” (as we like to call her) Daniella performed nicely to “Jolly” by Season 3 winner, Chidinma. The judges thought it was a good attempt, but she got distracted at some point. On the other hand, the members of faculty complimented the judges but actually thought she took a big step to move and dance.
The people’s person, Emeka who didn’t let the energy drop, when he sang, rapped and performed “Beautiful Onyinye Remix” by P Sqaure featuring Rick Ross – he got a standing ovation, and got the audience yelling his name for a while.
Guest Judge, Keke Ogungbe who was live at the studio, congratulated him on his wonderful performance but advised him not to get carried away. The members of faculty who corrected Keke Ogungbe that aside being humble, Emeka has got a great personality too. They thought he delivers with truth.
Moving on, Ruky was on fire!!!!!!!! When she performed “Johnny” by Yemi Alade
The judges commended her great vocals and acknowledge she’s herself whenever she performs. Uncle Ben admitted that despite all pressure they give her, she delivers and commended her amazing performance.
Geofery always with his A-game, performed Oritse Femi’s “Double Wahala”- he was clear, concise, and awesome. In fact, he “kelted it”
The judges thought he was exceptionally talented, ready one million percent, and he gave a 360 entertainment. The members of faculty acknowledged that Geofery gives extra and he makes performing seem easy.
The fighter, Clement who didn’t allow his leg bother him, as he danced the azonto and gave an energetic performance to “Antenna” by Fuse ODG.
The judges thought he was energetic, commended his nice moves, risks he took and his “amazzzing” performance. The members of faculty acknowledged that he’s a proof that in every cloud there is a silver lining.
King Ugo, came alive on stage as he performed D’Banj’s “Igwe”. Keke Ogungbe thought he had the D’Banj thing going and did justice to the song. Judge Adebantu disagreed with Keke Ogunbe when he said Ugo didn’t control the material.
The members of faculty agreed with Adebantu, thought he needed balance but has it all to win.
Save the best for last, Christian didn’t give up when he gave “the perfect wrap off show” when he performed “Kiss Your Hand” by R2BEES which got the audience wild with excitement, all judges gave him a standing ovation.
The judges, who acknowledged that this was what they wanted to see, congratulated him and advised him to relocate from Ghana to Nigeria.
Uncle Ben thought it was absolutely mind blowing and crowned him owode Olorin of MTN project Fame West Africa.
It was indeed a super great show which wrapped off nicely as the judges reveal their top exceptional performers for the night. The list included Christian, Geofery, Ruky, Clement and Emeka.