TV3's multipurpose Studio B will wake up on Sunday 27th December 2020 when six growing gifts endeavor to undo each other to be delegated a definitive champ of the current year's release of well known music unscripted TV drama, Mentor.
Following twelve weeks of diversion on Ghana's driving TV station, TV3 Network, the six finalists for the 2020 Mentor terrific finale will fight it out on the night which coordinators have vowed to observe a few firecrackers.
The six finalists competing for the crown are Kwaku Bany, Ayeyi, Netty, Semenhyia, Lyte and Hyndu. In question is a pristine cantina vehicle as a definitive prize in addition to other astounding prizes including recording bargain, money sum and broadcast appointment across all Media General stages. Affirmed entertainers on the night are dynamic music team, Keche and champ of Mentor Reloaded, Optional King.
After seven versions, Mentor went on a break and Mentor Reloaded was dispatched a year ago with the mean to give a stage to youngsters to uncover their ability and empower them to seek after a profession in music.
This year, TV3 dispatched the 2020 Mentor named, "Coach Taking You Higher". The season saw contenders getting the required prepping to dominate in the worldwide music business after the opposition.
They had meetings with the absolute greatest artists on the landmass including the African Dance hall King, Shatta Wale, Nigerian artist, Ice Prince Zamani, Afrobeat performer, Kelvyn Boy and online media tactician, Stephen Baodi.
Good luck to each of the six finalists!
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