Ghana's First Ever virtual TV reality show let’s Sing that is been shown on King Tom TV has great personalities as the judges to help make the show a talk about on in Ghana
Ghanaian singer, instrumentalist, songwriter Joseph Nkrumah Buabeng popularly known in the Showbiz industry as Nero X is one of the judges for the virtual TV reality show. He said he is very delighted to be part of this wonderful show. Nero X said that he will not be bias but rather fair to judge when he was live on King Tom Tv.
According to Nero X he has been on most realities show, He has much knowledge on how reality shows go and will use his experience to make his judgementright. Around 2005 he was on a Reality show and around 2010 he went for another reality show that was “star grab the Mic" and he was the first runner up. In 2013 he won the born Star so he really has much experience in reality show. He has been nominated on most prestigious awards that has been organised in Ghana and outside Ghana. He has been nominated in VGMA a lot of times, Ghana Music Awards, US , USA, Canada and has won some couple of awards in West music , Canada and the likes.
“Reality show is a different game all together, is a program that you have to believe in your self so that you can portray the talent you have in you because there a lot of people participating in the program and everyone has his talent, so you have to know how to put your talent in place to catch the eye of the people and the judges “ he added.
So he been part of the judges he is going to be firm with his judgement, he is looking out for lyrical dexterity, flow, dressing, videos and presentation to judge the show. All the judges are not going to be bias so make sure you impress him, the judges and the viewers.
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