Mummy J’s one on one conversation continued on academy day 45 as she took out time to attend to Arewa, Ada, Anderson, Kumi and Pearl. The contestants continued in the same vein as they opened up on their fears regarding the final stages of the competition. Mummy J in her usual motherly role did all she could to encourage them and allay their fears.
At the exit of Mummy J, the general Manager of Sony Music Entertainment West Africa, Michael Ugwu visited the academy. He took out time to discuss important points the contestants should have at the back of their minds if they hope to penetrate the music industry. The contestants could not hold back their excitement as they could be seen listening attentively. It was obvious that the contestants wanted to learn as much as they could from what he had to say and as such they asked him questions relating to their development to which Mr Ugwu provided prompt answers.
The Sony Music West Africa Manager spoke to the contestants from experience as he provided factors and attributes which would help any upcoming artist achieve success. Some of the attributes he told the contestants they should possess to achieve success are having a great personality, possessing an humble attitude, being a likable person and having enough ambition to attract people willing to invest in their careers.
Thereafter, he took out time to take the contestants through red flags which they ought to pay attention to before signing recording deals with prospective record labels.
After the educative session, Ms lovette stepped into the class for her dance class. It was a good way for the contestants to unwind after a strenuous learning day. The contestants took out time to learn the different dance performances required for their performances by the weekend.