The MTN Project Fame was created to sought for young talents, nurture them and guide them to the climax of their career. MTN Project Fame is a competition but “More than just a talent competition. MTN PROJECT FAME WEST AFRICA allows viewers a unique opportunity to follow, day by day, the behind the scenes process of 15 aspiring artistes as they are groomed for success in a tough performance academy.
The truths of what it takes to become a superstar in music will be brought to fore as leading specialists from all fields of the industry give contestants the very best professional training from voice and movement to performance and songwriting.
The contestants will be given the exquisite privilege to perform alongside their favorite stars who will be conducting exclusive master-classes, sharing their wisdom and tips for success. The winners of The MTN Project Fame will be expected to stay for 10 weeks in the MTN Project Fame Academy.
It now lays on you to choose whether you will grab this opportunity or rather neglect it.
So keep on reading to see when the registration will begin and how to succeed in the registration. We completely got you covered in this on MTN Project Fame Registration, Audition Date & Venue 2018 article.
There are some notable Nigerian stars that are products of MTN Project Fame. They include
Triple MG lead artiste, Iyanya Mbuk was the winner of the maiden edition of Project Fame West Africa. He beat top contenders which include, Nii and Stupid Song crooner, Praiz to clinch the highly coveted title.
2009 was the big year for Mike Anyasodo who is now known as iMike. He emerged the winner of Project Fame Season 2 which ended in September, 2009 and he went home with N2.5m, a 2010 Rav 4 and a recording contract.
Miss Kedike as she is fondly called won the 2nd edition of Project Fame West Africa. She released her debut album in 2010 and has done collaborations with some of the music industry’s biggest acts including M.I Abaga, Ill Bliss, Sound Sultan and Olamide.
The Makurdi Indigene with a voice like an angel dazzled audiences during the singing competition in 2011. However, her music career after the show has been less than impressive as she is still struggling to find her feet.
Ayoola has also been on a very lowkey since winning the music contest during its fifth edition – 2012. The Kano-born soul singer is the first of five children and has been slowly trying to make a name for himself.
Winner of the 2013 edition of Project Fame, Olawale has been taking his new found fame and fortune in strides. The fast rising act released his debut album titled ‘Almost Famous’ on September 26, 2014 teaming up with established producers as well as artistes like Lil Kesh, Skales and Tiwa Savage.
After winning Project Fame in September 2014, Geoffrey spent the next few months performing at high profile events, establishing a presence in the real world and recording music. On January 30, 2015, Geoffrey debuted his single, ‘Bursting My Brain’ which was well received by fans and critics alike. He followed this with another single titled ‘Monalisa’.
2016 winner-Jeffrey is a budding artiste and Nigerians patiently wait to see what impact his emergence will create in the Nigerian music arena.