Wed, 06 Feb 2019 12:44 - Updated Wed, 06 Feb 2019 12:42
Nigerian musicians sing for election
10 young musicians taking turns with lyrical flows and vocal fine tuning at the Chocolate City Music studios in Lagos. Finalist selected from over 400 hopefuls who submitted songs about good governance, inclusive dialogue, and political representation across Nigeria.
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On February 16 Nigerians will vote for a president, a race that seems to be greatly skewed by the influence of the youths in the country.
‘Voice 2 Rep’ is a project aimed at mentoring young Nigerian musicians in the form of a competition and help distribute their products, most of which are centered around making Nigeria a better country from all perspective.Africa news
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