AS auditions for the second season of gospel music reality TV show, Destiny Child draws near, organisers have concluded plans to begin a nationwide tour to major geographical zones across the country. Organisers say the show will visit Lagos, Ilorin, Akure, Markudi, Port-Harcourt, Calabar, and Abuja.
According to findings, the six finalists of the first season have metamorphosed into a group known as the Supreme Six. The group consists of the top winners – Israel Funsho, Femi Flame (1st runner up), Rasine Brown (2nd runner – up) and three other finalists: Shalom, King David and Frances.
The group of six will embark on a nationwide tour Tagged Product of Hope which begins on July 4, 2013. The tours kick off at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), after which it will move to Ilorin, home of Israel and from there to Akure home of Femi Ashana.
Product of Hope will later move to Warri before Port Harcourt, home of Rasine Brown, plays host to it. After the Supreme Six must have toured the homes of the top winners, Calabar will be its next port of call from where it will finally berth in Abuja.
Equipped with what it takes to take over and rejuvenate the gospel music scenery in Nigeria and the world at large, the Supreme Six will perform songs from their debut album titled Destiny Child before a live audience at the zones.
According to the organizers, part of the essence of the tour is to activate the zones in preparation for when auditions begins in August. Destiny Child album is a compilation of the original songs of the six finalists at the boat camp.
Meanwhile, the trios of Israel, Femi and Rasine have followed up their singles with a video which is presently enjoying rotation on major TV across the country. The singles Praise Your Name by Israel, Adanimagbagbe (Mindful Creator) by Femi ak.a Femi Flames and Amazing Love by Rasine, display the creativity of all three gospel artistes as it is composed of rock, afrobeat and a hint of pop which have been blended together to produce extraordinary sounds that ministers to all.
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