For the second consecutive time, a poet has won TV3 Talented Kidz reality show.
Nana AK, after weeks of showing great dexterity, beat eight others to emerge winner of season eight of the reality show.
It’s been weeks of intense dedication and hard work by some of the talented kids who took part in the year’s TV3 Talented Kidz reality show.
Over the years, the reality show has unearthed some of the biggest names and talents in Ghana. The world famous DJ Switch and Nakeeyat Sam Dramani are products of the show.
Kicking off before the Coronavirus pandemic took its toll on numerous countries, including Ghana, TV3 employed a well-executed plan of going on with the show while adhering to all the safety protocols.
The TV3 Talented Kidz going ‘virtual’ did not hamper the reality show in any way.
All the eight finalists – Power Pack (Acrobat), Rock Anokye (Rapper), Krobea Band (Music Band), Nana AK (Poet), DJ Spices (DJ), Allo Afro Kid (Dancer), Amoako Mills (Magician) and Stonegal (Musician) brought their A-game delivery impeccable performances.
After the first round, three contestants – Power Pack (Acrobats) Rock Anokye (Rapper), Krobea Band (Music Band) were evicted.
The remaining five – Nana AK, DJ Spices, Allo Afro Kid, Amoako Mills, and Stonegal – gave it their all in the second round.
After a heated second round, Nana AK took over the crown from Nakeeyat Sam Dramani (who is also a poet) as the winner of this year’s Talented Kidz reality show.
For his prize, Nana AK took home GHS10,000 from Media General, GHS15,000 educational scholarship from Media General, a one-year full scholarship from Codetrain, GHS2, 000 worth of products from Indomie, a trip abroad sponsored by British Columbia College and products from sponsors.
DJ Spices, emerged second. She received GHS7, 000 cash Media General, a one-year full scholarship from Codetrain, GHS1,000 worth of products from Indomie and products from sponsors.
All Afro Kid, who took the third spot, received GHS5,000 from Media General, a one-year full scholarship from Codetrain, GHS500 worth of products from Indomie, and product from sponsors.
Stonegal also took home GHS3,000 from Media General, a one-year full scholarship from Coadetrain, GHS500 worth of products from Indomie, and product from sponsors for emerging fourth.
The finale also witnessed some exciting performances Kelvyn Boy, DJ Switch, Nakeeyat, Optional King, and Kweku Darlington.
Source: Skynetgh.com | Ghana