‘The Voice’ Africa Dream Still Alive For 8 Seychellois

Written by on 10th January 2023

14 April 2023 – What’s happening in The Voice Africa  – Update

It’s been 4 weeks since The Voice Africa started airing on SBC1 on Sunday evenings from 7 pm.  

Well-known and established African artists: Awilo Logomba, Yemi Alade, Lady Jaydee and Locko have the daunting task of choosing the best talents to join their team and train them to reach their highest potential on the show. 

So far, 2 Seychellois have made it past the Blind Auditions, with another 6 to go.  

Daniel Samuel Prosper was the first participant to make it past the Blind Auditions on April 2nd. The Seychelles flag kept flying high with one judge turning his seat around for Lyndsay Claire Ravina’s rendition of Celine Dion’s ‘That’s the way it is’ on April 9th. 

We’re excited to see the next participants perform and hope they all make it through to the next stage!  

10 January 2023 – Eight Seychellois to take on The Voice Africa in Nigeria

Following Airtel Seychelles’ announcement in October 2022 that Seychelles was 1 of the 14 countries selected to participate in the first edition of The Voice Africa, auditions were held on December 3rd to select the most powerful voices in the country.

7 participants were originally expected to be chosen to fly off for the blind auditions in Lagos, but a total of 8 talents will be going on the adventure of a lifetime where they’ll be competing against over 90 other contenders for the grand prize of US$ 100,000 and a recording contract with Universal Studios.

All selected participants from each country will also be awarded US$ 5000 and Airtel goodies.

Participants from: Seychelles, Zambia, DRC, Niger, Nigeria, Gabon, Madagascar, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Congo Brazzaville, Chad, Rwanda and Malawi; are expected to impress judges during the famous blind auditions where the panel of coaches will hear them perform for the first time.

A total of 20 shows will be filmed for this season of The Voice Africa and will be shown on SBC later this year.

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