"The Voice Nigeria" premiered on April 10, 2016. Watch all performances from 2nd episode, and find out who chose Patoranking, Waje, 2Face Idibia or Timi Dakolo.
Watch performances below to find out who chose team Patoranking, Waje, 2Face Idibia or Timi Dakolo.
The episode kicked off with 24-year old Khemmie from Kwara State, who performed Tiwa Savage’s “Olorun mi.” Her performance got her a turn from Timi and Waje. She opted for Waje.
Next up was 20-year-old Armstrong Martins with his rendition of Ed Sheeran's “Thinking Out Loud.” His performance got him a turn from Timi Dakolo, who automatically became his coach.
51-year-old mother of three, Princess Pat from Edo State was up next with “Roar” by Katy Perry. Her performance got her zero turn from the judges.
Next up was 20-year-old Linda Nneka from Lagos, who performed Asa’s “Be My Man," which got her a turn from Patoranking and 2face Idibia. She opted for Patoranking as her coach.
Daivy Jones came on stage to perform a rendition of Cee Lo Green’s “Forget You,” which got him three turns. He finally picked Team Timi.
29-year-old mother of two, Mojisola, performed Jill Scott’s “A Long Walk,” which got her turns from Waje and Patoranking. She eventually picked Waje.
Up next was 28-year-old David who performed a rendition of One Direction’s “Story of my Life”. He got a turn from only 2Face Idibia, automatically joining his team.
32-year-old Feyishayo was up next with Darey’s “Pray For Me.” Unfortunately, her performance did not get any of the coaches to turn.
Up next was Prime, a 23-year-old trader from Lagos. His rendition of Lorde’s “Royals” got Patoranking, Timi and 2Face to turn. He chose Patoranking.
The final performance was 22-year-old David Operah, who performed his rendition of Rihanna’s “Stay”, which got him first four-turns of the night! He went for team 2face.
Did you watch the entertaining episode? What are your thoughts?
Watch David Operah's performance below.