The Voice Nigeria: Proof of the Quality of Nigeria’s Entertainment Industry | The Guardian Nigeria News

April 19, 2021 | 7:14 p.m.

Entertainment is one of Nigeria’s biggest exports. Everyone agrees that there is no shortage of talent in Nigeria. However, it is important to identify and showcase talent to the world. One of the platforms offering these opportunities is The Voice Nigeria. The Voice Nigeria empowers talented Nigerians by empowering them to …

Entertainment is one of Nigeria’s biggest exports. Everyone agrees that there is no shortage of talent in Nigeria. However, it is important to identify and showcase talent to the world. One of the platforms offering these opportunities is The Voice Nigeria.

The Voice Nigeria empowers talented Nigerians by empowering them to be discovered by people around the world. While the show airs weekly on television, each episode is available worldwide on YouTube. It also improves the value and quality of life by creating jobs for people who provide services during such projects. It takes a lot of manpower to bring such a show to TV screens.

The enthusiasm for The Voice Nigeria’s third season since it premiered on screens nationwide is unprecedented. Many spoke about the quality of the production, the impressive talent, the choice of coaches and the synergy.
On the other hand, the show offers sponsors a platform to gain visibility, notoriety and love for the brand. On the other hand, The Voice serves as a source of entertainment, an opportunity to discover new talent or to calm the storm after a busy week.

The value of reality shows like The Voice is unmatched. The Voice in particular is one of those shows with many moving parts that create multi-layered opportunities. From talent to the team and everyone involved behind the scenes, the show remains a learning experience with an impact across various sectors of the Nigerian economy.

Opportunities aren’t short, and talent isn’t the only one watching them. The show is an international format, therefore, enjoys a lot of attention not only for Nigerians in the diaspora but also for many others. For example, the incredible opportunity for brands, coaches and talents to align themselves for more visibility and international interest.

Ultimately, the fair provides a platform for lasting partnerships inside and outside Nigeria and Africa. And also an opportunity to show off the beauty of Nigeria’s talent, culture and entertainment scene.