The Pan–African singing competition reality show, Old Mutual Amazing Voices, which is produced by Brightfire Pictures returns for its second installment.
Switching up the tempo in this season will be Five of Africa’s musical maestros who will take on the task of judging groups from Ghana, Zimbabwe, Kenya, South Africa and the newly added region, Nigeria as the brand new season premieres on Sunday, 11 April 2021 simulcasting on Mzansi Magic and Mzansi Wethu (17:00) as well as airing on Zambezi Magic (Zimbabwe – 17:00), Africa Magic at (Ghana – 15:00), Maisha Magic East at (Kenya -18:00), Africa Magic at (16:00 – Nigeria).
Unsigned groups made up of members of four to eight members will have an opportunity to sing and impress the elite panel of judges made up of Ammara Brown, Trigmatic, Evelle, Filah and Vusi Nova.
As the search for raw talent with blending voices kicks off, the Zimbabwean songstress (Afro-pop/RnB) and songwriter, Ammara Brown who grew up in musical household with many accolades as an artist returns to the judging panel of Amazing Voices for what promises to be a stricking season yet.
The multi-award winner rapper, with a string of talents ranging from a composer, songwriter to a farmer, Trigmatic from Ghana will warm-up his seat as he welcomes 2014 Idols Nigeria winner, Evelle on the panel.
Evelle whose music career took off after being crowned as the winner for the singing competition. She has since solidified her spot in the music industry headlining massive performances and sharing stage with iconic artists.
Right on cue is Philip Tuju Sijenyi known as ‘Filah’ from Kenya returning to monitor every note sung. The musician passionate about mentoring the next generation of performers is also a vocal coach, composer and founder of a music academy.
Completing the panelist of judges is Mzansi’s awards winning, Afro Soul singer with a glittering string of accolades and several albums with massive success, Vusi Nova. The singing sensation will add his flavour as he analyses how the groups creatively prepare for each episode.
Viewers can expect a revamped show, bigger than the previous season filled with spectacular entertainment from the groups gunning for the $100 000 grand prize.
Tune in, Sunday, 11 April 2021 on the following channels:
South Africa: MZANSI MAGIC & MZANZI WETHU simulcast at 17:00
Ghana: AFRICA MAGIC at 15:00
Kenya: MAISHA MAGIC EAST at 18:00
Nigeria: AFRICA MAGIC at 16:00
Zimbabwe: ZAMBEZI MAGIC at 17:00