Kofi Pages, Alibaba, Jeremi emerging as Viewers Favorite in the MTN Hitmaker 8


As the biggest music reality show in Ghana in terms of consistency and the benefits it offers to participants, MTN Hitmaker is still growing to become the most watched music reality show airing across more than 8 TV Stations in Ghana.

Vibeweek.com has taken our time to monitor vividly the MTN Hitmaker 8 Episode 7.and this is the review byibeweek Research Team have come out with our independent review of the 10 Contestants.

Reviews were penned down without any form of sponsorship from any of the contestants or anybody affiliated with either of the contestants. This was done independent by our Team, spearheaded by the Managing Editor and President, Sylvester Owusu who has experience with Talent Management. Having trained, Samuel Owusu (Yung King Clef) to win TV3 Talented Kids Season 9 and also managing a Talent show in his community for Eight (8), he has got the credibility and the experience to analyse the contestants for the MTN Hitmaker Season 8.



Performing “Boy Kasa” by R2bees, Alibaba got on stage with swag and gentility in accompaniment to his funny but thoughtful Rap lyrics. Gradually, he is climbing up to be the audience favorite in competition. To advance to the subsequent stages in the competition, Alibaba should do well to excite the audience like how he did in this episode.

Kojo Karl

Kojo Karl

Choosing the right song to match up his vocal range, Kofi Karl showed what he has got to the audience and Judges. Eventhough she appeared to be very calm on stage is not appropriate for a compeititon like this.



Briinging up exceptional performance last week, the judges and fans were expecting something more creative to override memory of the last week’s episode.Even though he maintained the same level of energy and swag. He has developed his own way to be consistent. He usually comes on stage with his handheld props 9something like a charger). In someway, it restricts his movements on stage.

Singer P

He brought in his own style to stonebwoy’s hit song “Tuff Seed”. Singer P performed well with the major part of the audience applauding to show how impressed they have been.


With his own unique voice, Mawuly brought in his own sty;le to perform Sarkodie’s Rich Nigga Shit. His energy level on stage is so high that he should be able to master his craft very well in order to match up with his energy to give him a strong point to advance in the subsequent stages in the competition.

Qwesi Ishe

His voice has been one of his biggest assets in the keenly contested competition. Qwesi Ishe chose Akwaboah’s song that easily matches up his voice range and ability. He was able to impressed the Judges and the audience gave him a laud applause at the end of his performance.



Her growth in the competition has been amazing so far. She is being the only lady in the midst of male dominated competition. Nessa has got her strength in his vocal texture and ability and therefore people expect her to show more of that in her subsequent performances.


Performing Kojo Antwi’s “Emfa me nko ho”, Derrick impressed his audience with his unique vocal ability and composure on stage.


Jeremi has been consistent with his performances over the weeks. He took “Kotosa” by Wutah, changed it a little bit and made it his own. He had an amazing performance with his interesting dance moves which was interesting to watch and listen. He received loud hands of applauds from the whole auditorium including the judges.

Kofi Pages

He is been one of the strongest contestants in the competition. Kofi Pages has been the crowd’s favorite as everybody keeps rooting for him to go further into the competition to emerge the ultimate winner. He is so passionate in what he does with great performing skills and high energy on stage.

Source: Vibeweek.com

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