“The Last Voice” is a series between fiction, music and reality TV of 52 episodes of 26 minutes directed by Andy melo and Roland Gogo who reveals the daily life of the musical and audiovisual industries in the process of making the stars of today and tomorrow.
“The Last Voice” is broadcast Monday to Friday at 3:00 p.m., from the 28th March 2022 on the channel A+. “This co-production is unique, because it brings together the greatest talents of the audiovisual and musical landscape of the continent with A+Plan A and Universal Music Africa. It is a source of pride for us to support African creation and to participate in its expression throughout the Continent and beyond” declares Fabrice Faux, Director of Channels and Content at Canal+ International.
“We will continue to showcase the television talents of today and tomorrow. We are committed to developing ambitious projects, popular, family and different series to meet the expectations of our viewers” at supported Michael Mutombo-Cartier
It should be noted that the five candidates benefited from a training course of 5 weeks in acting and 2 months in singing and dancing. Both on screen and behind the scenes of filming, young talents have been coached by stars of African and international music: Dena MwanaSergius Beynaud, Vegedream, Lynsha, Suspect 95 and dj Mix 1st.
This reality TV tells the adventures of five young singers between rehearsals, public performances and vocal coaching sessions by stars of African music. Musical creation is the common thread of this series, punctuated by interviews in the confessional, flash mob in the city and the collective life of these 5 young people in private residence.
All the codes of reality TV are brought together while being reinforced by the dramatic narrative specific to a fiction with the main message. It is thanks to work and perseverance that one can make oneself known. Indeed, even with an innate talent, it is thanks to work and perseverance that one can make oneself known and succeed in the creative industries.
“It is also an educational series which aims to show the accession to success. Our young people will also learn through this reality series that success is a path of hard work,” said Alex OgouManaging Director of Plan A and producer of “The Last Voice”.
For his part, Frank KacouCEO ofUniversal Music Africa told : “Future African stars especially in music may find themselves in unexpected places.
”The Last Voice” was a new opportunity for us, a new platform for detecting still unknown talents. We are pleased to be able to offer the winner of this reality series a five-year artist contract with our label”.
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