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Stardom Park Naija begins search for ‘Next Music Star’

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Stardom Park Naija, a music talent hunt organisation with objective to improve and promote young acts in the country has concluded arrangements for the search for its Next Music Star begins with call for entries.

The competition, according to founder of Stardom Park Naija, Prince Osanebi, is opened to talents between the ages of 18-40, and it is poised to groom the next generation of music acts. He added that the music talent competition will prepare young Nigerian for fame and fortune in the music scene.

“We appreciate young talents, a reason we are giving them an opportunity to put out their best for the world to see and a chance to be heard,” he said.

Osanebi, explained that auditioning for the talent hunt will commence in January, while the show proper kicks off February 11, 2019. He added that forms for the competition are currently available at the cost of N8, 000.

“There will be 30 finalists will make it into the house after the auditions, which are schedule to hold in Lagos, Abuja and Port Harcourt. Three winners at the end of the competitio will go home with recording deals and cash prizes.

“Just like Project Fame and American Idol platforms, we want to reach out to more young people, who are talented and need to be heard,” he added.

The Stardom Naija Park recording artiste further states that the platform is aimed at training the talents to become professional artistes.


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