Everyone raced into the class at the sight of Uncle Ben. No one dare come to his class late but Edward-captain for the week and Grace too were caught in the late-comer's net but he pardoned them.
He declared this week as R&B week, where the contestants will be taking up recent R&B songs and some that are quite vintage; and also group performances with the boys singing against the girls. He then went ahead to read out the songs they will be performing this weekend and also did not fail to remind them that some of them will sadly kiss the Academy goodbye this saturday.
Edward Wright made it into the Academy finally after four (4) initial attempts, but left with Tega Apochi at the second week of the competition.
Here is one of his stage performances:
He is a 26 year-old and has being doing music and song-writing for a living since his college days. He has a little daughter and a girlfriend both of whom he loves very much. He says he’s a good guy but doesn’t smile much because his eyes have seen ‘too many things’ during the savage war years that besieged Sierra-Leone.
Edward says he isn’t religious but is quite spiritual and is very connected to God. He certainly doesn’t see himself as a ladies’ man but is not averse to making new friends along the way, if they can accept him for who he is.
In Edward's words, 'I'm fulfilled and you all should watch out for me'. Ride on Edward...
Wow this show is da bomb!!!!!!!!!!!Am really enjoying the sh
Okafor samuel osmi
Project Fame is a platform display the best of talents and some home singers would come for audition they already have a zero rating. MTN keep the good work.
Welldone guys....you really giving your best,Kudos to the falcuty and the judges....Ayo,you own my 50% votes,I love you all guys!cheers!!!!
my greatest moments are full with passion seeing the wonderful and beautiful talents of this great country, by what mtn project fame west africa has done to bring about creativity in youths with gifted talents and with such a simple multinatural talents... I am glad i am part of the inventions.... keep it up PROJECTFAME... YOUNGZEEZ.
OLANLOKUN AZEEZ ARISEKOLA
Weldone project fame team,you guys are doing a wonderful job.I have noticed a few things id like to point out;I think the competition is gradually changing from PFWA to Project fame Nigeria.i believe other countries should be given equal opportunity whether they are as plenty as Nigerians or not.equal spaces should be given to the 4 countries.Nigerians always dominate the house and i dont think its fair on the other countries.