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Jul 17, 2011

How to Register and Participate in Glo Naija Sings 2011 Season 3

Set to be bigger, better and bolder, M-Net has confirmed that DStv audiences will soon be able to tune in for the third season of the popular music reality series Glo Naija Sings.

Tapping into the talent of Nigeria’s music community, the series combines the energy and emotion of aspiring performers with the expertise and skill of already established industry stars. The result is sensationally entertaining television that has the unique potential to change lives, as in the case of Season 1 winner Jon Ogah and Season 2’s breakout star, Casey Edema, who both walked away with USD 100 000 in cash.
Open to a wide range of vocal music performers from soloists and duos to groups of up to four persons, Glo Naija Sings gets under way in July with free auditions set for seven cities across the country where hopefuls can put their singing ambitions to the test. So whether you like to express yourself through hip-hop, reggae, R&B, Afrobeat, pop, soul or jazz, now’s your chance to step into the spotlight. The competition is open to entrants over the age of 18, with valid proof of Nigerian citizenship. All entrants will have to complete an entry form and are only allowed to audition once.

Produced by M-Net Nigeria and Nevermachine, in previous seasons the show included special celebrity judges as part of the audition process and this year, it will be no different. Past celebrity judges have included General Pype, Djinee, Omawumi, YQ, GT the Guitarman, Tyeng Gang, Kore Brown and TJ, to name a few, so fans are advised to keep an eye out for more top performers this time round.

“We’ve been very fortunate that the cream of Nigeria’s music industry have joined us over the past two seasons, to the absolute delight of our audiences and the benefit of our contestants. By giving so generously of their time and their talent, they have grown not only their own fan base but also played a vital part in the development of Nigerian music,” says Biola Alabi, Managing Director of M-Net Africa.

She continues: “M-Net is happy to partner with Glo once more on a program which has really begun to draw large audiences eager to see, hear and celebrate great music from rising Nigerian stars. It’s fantastic that audiences are so responsive to this kind of series, that viewers participate through voting and that they really want to see the contestants succeed. It’s exciting, dramatic, and of course, fun!”

So if you want to have fun, and possibly find great fame and a large fortune along the way, make sure that you enter Season 3 of Glo Naija Sings!

Auditions are being held as follows:

Ibadan – 18 July
Ibadan Civic Centre
816 Agodi GRA, Idi Ape-Iwo Road
(Near NECO office)

Benin City – 21 July
Constantial Hotel
24/26 Airport Road GRA
Opposite Benin Airport Exit Gate

Enugu – 24 July
Dannic Hotel
3 Edem Close, Upper Chime Avenue, New-Haven

Port Harcourt – 27 July
Hotel Presidential
Aba Road

Kaduna – 1 August
Command Guest House
30 Muhammadu Buhari Way
Former Waff Road

Abuja – 4 August
Abuja International Conference Centre
Plot 900 Herbert Macaulay Way
Garki District

Lagos – 8 and 9 August
Phillips Warehouse
Ojota Bus stop

And to watch Glo Naija Sings, DStv subscribers can tune in to M-Net from Sunday August 21 and follow the action weekly until the grand finale on Sunday November 13. The program will also be screened in high definition on the M-Net HD channel. Glo Naija Sings will also be available on the AfricaMagic channel shortly after it’s screening on M-Net.