Last Saturday lived up to its promise on the number one reality show on Joy Prime, Prime Studio.
The eight contestants were tasked to perform gospel renditions on the night to assess their versatility.
Jay Foley, one of the Prime Morning show hosts was the guest judge, who doubled up with the ever present Dominic Ansah-Asare to give musical verdict for the night.
Versatile R. Tay kicked off the show with an accoustic rendition of one of Hill Song’s classics, setting the mood for an exciting and soul-lifting performances for the night.
Quame Stika as usual did not disappoint when he stepped up with a rendition of Professor Abraham’s “ma w’adom no”, creating rap rhymes with Prime Studio personalities, much to the admiration of all.
The twist of the night, however, was the highlight of eviction which didn’t see any of the contestants leaving the competition on the night.
The three contestants who were up for eviction namely, R. Tay, Quame Stika and the second time up for eviction Kobby Gee, were all given a scare, which almost made them think that their journey on the competition was over.
A bird has whispered that the no-eviction could see three of four contestants vacate the competition next weekend as part of the build-up for the grand finale.
Watch out for next Saturdays show which promises to be even more exciting, as contestants will be serenading Joy Prime audience with some good old reggae and dancehall renditions. Prime Studio airs on Saturdays at 8pm.
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