Project Fame 6, thrilled his fans. The crowd stood up for great showmanship and applauded the extraordinary giftedness of the artistes that graced the All-Stars stage.
Every moment was electrifying. All the artistes were exceptional. Choruses like ‘Surelere’, ‘Ukwu’, ‘When I Become Rich and Famous’, ‘Is Nothing’, ‘Kedike’ and a lot more reverberated down the winding Agidingbi lane and echoed across the serene centre of excellence.
There was a moment of ingenuity when Larry Annetts, the out-going Chief Marketing Officer of MTN, enlivened the audience by his perfect rendition of Kcee’s ‘Limpopo’. The marketing chief soon became the focal point as the spot-light picked him up and showed he was actually singing not miming the song. Many said if the marketing guru could learn and understand not just the tune of the song but its lyrics, then he must represent a brand that is passionate about its customers.
There was sheer brilliance in other performances. For instance Seriki’s lyrics were alluring. He held the audience spell- bound with his tight rhymes and street vibes. He generated instant love, especially among the teeming young people who reechoed every line of his Yoruba rap.
The climax of all the performances was the moment Timaya rendered his ‘Ukwu’ song and invited a lady who many felt the title perfectly addressed.
Speaking to some of the participants, they unanimously expressed their satisfaction with every performance at the show.
One Salami Odumosu said ‘it was one of my best nights’. Another participant called Ken, a student, quipped, ‘because this is the first time I’m seeing Timaya perform, it is actually fun’.
There were lots of positive comments, commendations and testimonies from participants. This is a good omen for the season 7 of the MTN Project Fame musical reality show, which starts on July 19, 2014.
See photos below...