Which was your best performance from 'The Voice Nigeria' Live Shows? We have put together our top 10. Check them out below.
On Sunday, July 31, 2016, The Voice Nigeria aired its finale, with the talented A'rese from team Waje emerging the winner.
We have put together our best performances from the Live shows.
In no particular order, check them out:
Who wasn't hurt after Timi chose to save Vicky, leaving Joe Blue to survive on votes? Who wasn't heartbroken after he failed to get enough votes to remain on show?
Joe Blue was a performer with the style, and an entertainer with the voice. We all thought his rendition of Amy Winehouse’s ‘Rehab’ would save him on show.
The energetic and talented contestant had our attention after her perfect rendition of Meghan Trainor's "All About the Bass." Following her average performance of Beyonce's "If I Were A Boy," Brenda made a comeback with the Cynthia Morgan track.
She was one contestant who brought on the energy, entertainment, and still found a way to carry everyone along. We have no doubt that Brenda would make it in the Nigerian music industry.
After the battle between A’rese and Flourish, Waje chose to save A’rese, and we were disappointed that Flourish wasn't stolen. Weeks later, A'rese gave viewers lots of reasons to thank Waje for saving her.
And while we can't get over her 'Hallelujah" performance at the finale, we fell deeper in love with the 228-year-old after her performance at the semi-finals.
How did Nigerians vote Jennifer out of the show? With an euphonious voice, Jennifer always had a way of birthing life on stage.
Call him the best thing to happen to Patoranking on The Voice Nigeria, and you would not be wrong. With the right appeal, voice, and stage presence, Nonso has what it takes to make it in the music industry.
With a melodious voice, Dewe was one contestant who got to grow on the show. He went from being timid and unsure, to being a forceful performer, soothing to listen to.
Viveeyan was a beast on stage, and while she treated us to lots of powerful performances, we are choosing her performance of "When Love Takes Over" by David Guetta and Kelly Rowland. The contestant had a way of drawing in her audience, and making them fell every single one of her emotions.
Watching Vicky effortlessly perform Adele's "To Make You Feel My Love," we forgave Timi for saving her over Joe Blue.
9. Chike - "Pull Over" by Kcee
Yes, we are not going for "500 Miles" or "You're Not the Girl," we are going for a performance that defined Chike as a versatile performer.
10. Cornel - “Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman” by Bryan Adams
Cornel had us from his battle with Obass. He lost us with his Uptown performance during the first live shows. However, the powerful performer won back our hearts with his performance of the Bryan song. He has the charisma, the voice, and everything it takes to deliver a compelling performance.