The most anticipated musical show in Nigeria, The Voice Nigeria, officially kicks off its fourth season tomorrow, December 24, 2022, on DSTV, StarTimes, and YouTube. This season of the show will be fully produced in Nigeria by FAME Studios, and it promises to be bigger, better, and even more authentic than ever before.
The Voice Nigeria Season 4 is a singing competition television series that employs a panel of four coaches who critique artists’ performances and guide their teams of selected artists through the remainder of the season.
The show is expected to attract and help unleash the brightest of Nigerian musical talents for the global stage as the country’s music industry continues to enjoy international attention this year. Talents can look forward to big names as coaches in the music industry who will help them navigate their music career, prepare them for the global stage, and make them unstoppable in the music industry. The coaches for this season’s The Voice Nigeria include first-time coaches Naeto C, Niyola, and Praiz, as well as returning coach Waje.
The show would premiere its fourth season with the most engaging part of the show, the blind auditions, then proceed to the knockouts, battle rounds, and, finally, the live performance shows. The four seasoned coaches of the show, Naeto C, Niyola, Waje, and Praiz, will seek 12 talents each for their teams, whom they will train and mentor during the show to hone their skills and prepare the successful acts who make it to the live performance shows to serenade viewers in exchange for votes.
The season will be hosted by award-winning actress, Kate Henshaw, alongside popular TV presenter, producer, and actress, Zainab Balogun. The winning talent of The Voice Nigeria Season 4 winner will be walking away with a monetary reward, a brand-new car, and an international recording contract.
First Bank and Airtel Nigeria, in association with Coca-Cola, Leadway Assurance, JAC Motors, Elizade AutoLand and Zaron Cosmetics, are the proud sponsors of The Voice Nigeria Season 4.
The Voice Nigeria Season 4 airs on African Magic Showcase (DSTV 151) at 6:30 pm, Urban (DSTV 153) at 6:30 pm and Family (DSTV 154, GOTV 2) at 5:30 pm. Also on TVC (DSTV 193, GOTV 27) at 7:30 pm, Views Channel (StarTimes 108, AVOTV 101) at 7:00 pm, STnollywood (StarTimes 059/131) and STnollywood plus (StarTimes 013/102) at 7:00 pm on Saturday.