The Voice Nigeria season three had talents and their coaches entering the musical battlefield in the 11th week.
With 16 talents already through to the battlefield, the coaches witnessed the first edition of the battle of the fittest.
Rachel, Esther, Jeremiah, Dapo, Ayomikun, Nuel Ayo, Inioluwa, Eazzie, Vanilla, Kitay, Naomi Mac, Peace, KPee, Tamara, Anu, and Toscene are scheduled to slug it out on the Battlefield.
The 11th edition sees talents in Waje and Falz’s teams slugging it out with their team members for a spot in the next round of the show tagged the Live show.
Talents in Falz team, Dapo and Peace, belled the cat as they went to the musical battlefield with their arsenals to perform Beyonce and Shatta Wale’s hit song, ‘Already.’ Dapo won the battle and strutted into the live show.
Eazzie and Nuel Ayo from Waje’s team went next to perform Ed Sheeran’s ‘Perfect.’ After their rendition, Eazzie went through to the live show while Nuel Ayo ended his journey.
Inioluwa and Ayomikun went head to head as they battled yet remained in sync while performing DJ Neptune’s hit tune, ‘Nobody’ featuring Joeboy and Mr. Eazi. Waje was left in a fixed position as she settled for Inioluwa as the winner of the battle.
And the stage was set for one of the biggest performances of the night between Tamara and Naomi Mac. The two talents under Falz’s care were tasked with performing Reekado Bank’s ‘Ladies and Gentlemen.’ The duo of Tamara and Naomi came on the stage to battle as the Lamba Girls and ended up mesmerising the coaches, who couldn’t help but stand on their feet to dance to the tunes from the two talents. Though only Naomi made it to the live show, the coaches couldn’t help but shower accolades on Tamara for the performance.
The show host, Nancy Isime announced a new twist to the show as Peace, Nuel Ayo, Ayomikun, and Tamara were given one final chance to make it to the live show. However, the viewers will decide who gets that one chance through voting as talents on coaches Darey and Yemi Alade prepares for the battles in the 12th week.
Sponsored by FirstBank, Baba Ijebu, and produced by Un1ty, The Voice Nigeria further showcases the bank’s role -through partnership – in enabling Nigerians by passionately empowering and investing in youths while giving voice to everyone.
FirstBank’s Corporate Communications Group Head Folake Ani-Mumuney reiterated the bank’s commitment to strengthening the creative industry which is fast growing into a multibillion-dollar business, with the potential to be a leading contributor to Nigeria’s GDP soon.