Group Adina part Kweku Bany has become the most recent victor of famous music unscripted TV drama Mentor on TV3.
The South Western Zone part beat rivalry from Ayeyi, Semenhyia and Netty – in that specific request – to win the vehicle and monetary reward of GH¢10,000.
It was a night to view as the six finalists carried their A-game to the finals, held at TV3’s Studio B under exacting Covid-19 conventions on Sunday, December 27.
Lyte, who had another opportunity in the opposition subsequent to getting back to the show notwithstanding being ousted before, set the ball moving with ‘Bebe’.
It was the beginning of the first round, which saw the finalists play out their own recorded tunes.
Lamentably, Lyte – along with Hyndu – couldn’t make it to the last round.
With the fight lines drawn, Ayeyi, Kweku Bany, Semenhyia and Netty needed to outperform each other to commute home the vehicle as well as accept the gloating rights.
It was all-Stonebwoy for the top entertainers as Kweku Bany did his own interpretation of the different honor winning dancehall artiste’s ‘Kin Dey’
Ayeyi, who in the long run turned into the first second place, tested Kweku Bany with Stonebwoy’s ‘Legend’.
The competition between the two was fairly a wellspring of happiness for the crowd including visitor judge and Grammy Awards chosen one Rocky Dawuni.
Aside the GH¢10,000 and the vehicle, Kweku Bany additionally gets GH¢50,000 worth of broadcast appointment across all Media General stages and have 2 dominated melodies recorded.
Ayeyi leaves with a GH¢10,000 monetary reward, have one dominated tune recorded and gets GH¢40,000 worth of broadcast appointment across all Media General stages.
Second next in line Semenhyia gets GH¢8,000 money, GH¢30,000 worth of broadcast appointment across Media General stages and have one dominated tunes recorded.
Netty, who came right from the Northern Zone, gets GH¢5,000 money, GH¢20,000 worth of broadcast appointment across all Media General stages and have one dominated melody recorded for putting fourth.
There were charging exhibitions from grant winning couple Keche and a year ago’s Mentor victor Optional King.