Glo Naija Sings (Season 2): Week 3

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Did you watch this Sunday’s show? Not to worry, we got it all covered….

Unfortunately Shedrack was the third contestant to exit the show based on last week’s vote… your votes!

The contestant that receives the least vote is eliminated at the start of the show each week. The Presenter Olisa Adibua started this Sunday’s show by dividing the contestants into two groups of four, one each to his left and right. He sent the group to his left backstage, telling them they were safe – leaving Shedrack, Najite, Casey (in the bottom half for the second consecutive week) and Boma pondering their fate. After a dramatic pause, Olisa said: “Goodbye Shedrack, you’re going home”. Asked for his final thoughts, Shedrack thanked his fans for voting for him, before departing the stage for the final time.

The theme for the Top 7 was “All-Time Favourites” and here is what you missed:

Westlife’s “You Raise Me Up

Destiny Child’s “Stand Up For Love

If I Ever Fall In Love” by Shai

Da Brodas
KCi & JoJo’s “All My life

Boyz II Men’s “On Bended Knee

En Vogue’s “Don’t Let Go

High” by Lighthouse

The guest judge for the Top 7 was Amaka, one of the singers in Girl Power Unleashed; a former member of rap crew The Thoroughbreds; she also collaborated with Mode 9ine. She’s also got 2 tracks out on radio in Nigeria at the moment, called “Diva” and “Unexplainable“. And of course the resident judge Tosin Martins was also present to give his opinion on the performances.

Watch what they had to say!

And if you didn’t get to watch it, here is what they said in few words:

This week’s guest judge Amaka was up first: “I’m so blown away – this is a tough one because I really don’t have any lowlights!” she said. “Casey and Boma, you were my high points and you were absolutely fabulous. If I had to comment on anyone’s shortcomings, there was a little strain in Rasine’s voice, but I’m sure that’s because you’re doing a lot of training. Peace had some diction problems, but I’m sure you’re working on that”.

Resident judge Tosin Martins, having been congratulated by Amaka for bringing some of Nigeria’s most talented singers to the stage, told the Top 7 that he thought they had all done a fantastic job. He praised Da Brodas for their tight harmonies and ability to perform equally well as show-openers and show-closers. “Tying with them, I’m going to put Boma in there – you had the toughest run-up to tonight and your strength was clearly revealed. I’ve never heard you that strong,” he said. He said he didn’t have a particular lowlight, but warned Ekeng against playing it too safe and said that Peace hadn’t had her best night.

Anyways, that’s their opinions and I hope you vote because that’s how to voice yours! As the power to choose Nigeria’s favourite singer is in the hands of the viewers! One talented contestant will walk away with 100 000 USD grand prize from M-Net, a fabulous Toyota Rav 4 from Glo and the opportunity to be a Glo Ambassador.

Now it’s up to you to vote to keep your favourite in the Glo Najia Sings competition!

Remember: You are voting for the Glo Naija Sings contestant that you want to win!

Voting opens after the Sunday night show and closes on Thursdays at Midnight in Nigeria (01.00 CAT).

Tune in next Sunday to see how your favourite fared, only on M-Net.

Each week, lucky voters (SMS Voters only) stand the chance to win a Blackberry Bold, an iPod Touch and 10 Glo subscribers will have their accounts recharged with 1000 Naira of airtime. Plus one lucky viewer that votes via SMS  also stands the chance to win a Toyota Corolla from Glo at the end of the series, so vote now to get in line to win some fabulous prizes!

The dedicated numbers for the top seven are below

1 – Boma
2 – Casey
3 – Da Brodas
4 – Ekeng
5 – Naijite
8 – Peace
9 – Rasine

You can vote by the following means:

Via the Website:
You can vote once per hour per registered email address. Voting on the website is free. Go to

Via the Wapsite:
Type into your mobile browser and start voting. You can vote once per hour and voting via Wap is free.

Via Mobile:
In Nigeria: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to 33364.
NB: Mobile voting is exclusive to Glo subscribers and SMSes cost N50.

In the Benin Republic: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to 7099.
NB: Mobile voting is exclusive to Glo subscribers and SMSes cost 150 CFA.

Outside Nigeria and Benin: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to 2783142100400. This is open to all networks – international SMS rates apply.

You can vote up to 100 times per mobile number during each voting period.

Via MXit
Open your mobile phone’s browser and type in to download MXit for free. Then locate MXit on your phone under the applications or games section and register. Once in MXit, go to Tradepost>Entertainment>MNET and then add the Naija Sings Voting contact.

Voting on MXit is free and you can vote up to 10 times per voting period.

Fingers crossed for your favourites!



I am just not something you are used to. In few words, you really need to get into my world to know me, but well…what a small world! Just a hint… don’t be so quick to judge ☺. You can email me at

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