Five days in the academy and in pops Iyanya. It must have been comforting to have someone who had been through it before and who can tell them how it really is, and in deed he told the truth. Iyanya said focus on the goal, don't let any distractions get in the way, not even your feelings. He also told them what its like when its all over, no matter at what stage you leave.
Ibadan has God talents indeed. The ancient city of Ibadan also played host to Project Fame crew as the search for the next music mega-star hit the city. Will they find another Roy? Will there be another Yetunde-omo Ibadan, or big, bold and beautiful Krimi? Guess time would tell.
Very early in the morning, Tafo-Arena, W.A.E.C. Junction, Eleyele, Road, Ibadan witnessed an overwhelming assembly of 'wanna-bes'. While some took solace in the restroom to rehearse, some others chose to dance to the blaring tunes from the loud-speakers at the waiting arena and some others clustered in groups preparing for the day, some aged men were not left out with their traditional musical instruments. It was a rich assemblage of diverse music talents all for one goal.
The judges were - Sholla Allyson a well known musical icon, ace broadcaster Damola Tinubu popularly known as Dammy T. and Ibadan based O.A.P. Tony Roland Awobode (Don. T.) had a filled time hearing out everyone who cared to sing and took the onerous task to select the ones that would make it to the next stage.
While we had the good, the not-so-good, and of course the funnies; the judges were able to pick out those that would make it to the next stage of auditions. How far will they go? Will they be able to compete with contestants from other regions?
This is one of d best empowerment prog.dat capture both d adult & d youth.Pls,Continuty is d key,I pray dat it'll continue 2 b in existent IJN.Keep d green flag flying guys.
d idea of wide card is gud, but pls open d chance immedi8ly d competition starts to avoid late gate crashers like Ella who's talented but culdnt be respected much bcos she came in late. howeva, gud job, PFWA.
i'm so glad project fame is improving by the day. but i have a question for the house...why are the students not singing gospel songs?... will be glad to get a reply on this...THUMBS UP,PROJECT FAME...THUMBS UP MTN.... THUMPS UP WEST AFRICA!
Abiona Babatunde O.
Project fame is the best,Thank God for the wisdom and strength given to every body involved in the program.
Based on the contestantS i watched yesterday,These season is gonna HOOOOOOOOOOOOOT.