Gospel musicians all over Nigeria have a new reason to sing for joy as critically acclaimed gospel show, Sunday Best, will be hosting auditions in Nigeria for the first time ever. The Kirk Franklin hosted show will be holding open call auditions at London UK, Johannesburg, South Africa and Lagos, Nigeria.
While this is a surefire opportunity for budding gospel singers all over the country, here are the five main reasons why you should be excited about Sunday Best audition.
- It’s The Competition’s First Time In Nigeria – For the first time ever, Africa’s greatest gospel vocalists will have a chance to showcase their vocal prowess on the world stage for the first time as Sunday Best will be holding auditions in Nigeria for the first time. The African auditions will be taking place in two countries and thankfully, Nigeria is one of them, This means that Nigerian singers are that much closer to living their dreams and praising the Lord. The auditions will be taking place at Harbour Point, Victoria Island on Friday, March 29 from 8am – 3pm.
- All Expense Paid! – For one blessed audition hopeful who is selected to travel to the States to participate in the competition, all he/she needs to have is his/her international passport. The organizers of the show are fully equipped to take care of all their travel and residency expenses. Did we hear someone shout Hallelu!
- Only One Spot – There is only one spot on Sunday Best and one lucky Nigerian stands the chance to bring it home to us. Not only would this be a giant leap for the career of the selected contestant but it will also be a great step for the Nigerian gospel scene as a whole.
- A World Stage – Speaking of a giant leap, the Sunday Best winner receives a national recording contract, a new automobile, and an undisclosed cash prize benefiting his or her community as well as the title of ‘Sunday Best’.
- One In A Lifetime Opportunity – Apart from the mouth watering prize, Sunday Best gives its contestants the unique opportunity to be mentored and trained by gospel giants such as Kirk Franklin, Bebe Winans, Cece Winans, Mary Mary, Donnie McClurkin, Yolanda Adams, Kim Burrell and Kierra “Kiki” Sheard, Imagine being mentored by Kirk Franklin. How cool does that sound? Yea you heard.
See you there!