Liberia has emerged in the final stage at this year’s Project Fame musical competition currently taking place in Nigeria. Musulyn Myers made it to the finals after 10 grueling weeks of suspense, brilliance and the art of becoming a consummate performer.
The 19-year-old female Liberian, also a radio presenter on Hot FM in Monrovia qualified for the grand finale, giving Liberia another boost in West Africa’s biggest singing competition Project Fame, which is in its fifth season.
Musulyn Myers, otherwise known as ‘Sweetz’, is the second Liberian to have reached the grand finale after Nicholas Buigar, a talented young male, who came second in 2010, returning home with US$15,000 cash prize. Musulyn is expected to compete with six other finalists for this year’s ultimate prize.
Project Fame country representative and senior radio producer at UNMIL Radio Chris Wolo, noted that Liberians should be very proud of their daughter Musulyn. She is said to be the only non-Nigerian in the finals. Speaking to this paper via mobile phone, Chris said Musulyn stands a better chance of taking the top.
He also praised her for reaching the finals without being placed on probation. Mr Wolo urged Liberians to continue to vote for her by texting her unique number 14 to 306 on Lonestar Cell MTN.
In the past three months, Musulyn has won the admiration of the Judges, faculty and even audience, who in return paid her back by keeping her in the house until this stage. The competition will officially climax this Saturday, September 29, 2012, which will coincide with the ending of voting via SMs the same day at five 0’ clock Greenwich Mean Time.