Season four of the popular musical talent show ‘The Voice Nigeria’ has concluded, with Pere Jason emerging as the winner. The Airtel Nigeria-sponsored competition was started in Nigeria in 2016 to discover and train young exceptional musicians, preparing them for worldwide stardom.
The competition consisted of multiple stages that increased in difficulty, starting with the blind rounds and progressing to the battle rounds, knockout phase, and finally the live performance shows, where the ultimate winner was determined.
The Voice Nigeria extended over a period of 21 weeks, encompassing practice sessions, rehearsals, performances, and self-evaluations. The grand finale marked the culmination of this journey, where Pere Jason, a talented young singer, was announced as the competition’s winner. His remarkable voice and captivating stage presence impressed both the audience and the judges, resulting in him receiving the highest number of votes.
Femi Oshinlaja, the Chief Commercial Officer of Airtel Nigeria, congratulated Pere on his well-deserved victory and commended him for showcasing his abilities on a global scale. He expressed pride in being associated with a platform that not only allows talented Nigerians to launch their careers internationally but also provides thrilling experiences for fans, music enthusiasts, and entertainment lovers nationwide.
The fourth season of ‘The Voice Nigeria’ attracted a substantial viewership across the country, with hundreds of thousands of people tuning in each week. Twelve contestants competed fiercely for the coveted prize of 15 million naira, a brand new car, and a recording contract with Universal Music. The celebrity coaches for this season were esteemed singers Waje, Praiz, Niyola, and rapper Naeto C.