Zylofon Media Sponsors “KUHIS Got Talent”, Promises To Sign Talented Students
Zylofon media has sponsored the 3rd edition of Kumasi High School’s talent show, “KUHIS Got Talent” and has promised to sign talented students likely to hit the music industry with creativity. Zylofon sponsored KUHIS with an undisclosed cash price and souvenirs.
The event which was organised by the entertainment committee of Kumasi High School saw hundreds of students showcasing their talent.Students Exhibiting their God Giving Talent on stage
In an interview with the acting public relations officer of Zylofon media, Mr Adolf Kwakye, he revealed that it is a move by the media to help unearth hidden talents especially at the senior high school level. He stated that, the move would also ensure monetization of creativity by these talented students because “It’s a waste of resources not to benefit from your creativity”- he emphasised.
” We are planning to tour senior high schools to fish out talented young ones and help them build it up and probably dwell on that for living” he disclosed to Successafrica’s Robert Kumi Adu-Gyamfi.
When asked their next move after Kumasi High School’s program, he stressed his office has received several proposals from schools and revealed the next school they would likely visit is Osei Tutu Senior High School.
Kumasi Wesley Girls, Osei Tutu Senior High School, KNUST Senior high school, Konongo Odumasi Senior High School were among the schools who witnessed the event. Students from invited schools also gave outstanding performances to make the program colourful.
Kumasi High School’s talent show is organised every year to help unearth hidden talents of student. Kudos to Robert Kumi Adu-Gyamfi , George Kumi, Daniel Oppong Kyeremeh and Addo Ameyaw Emmanuel who helped organise the first edition in 2016.
It was surprising to see Ghana’s fastest rising young musician , Ypee who recently featured Sarkodie and Medical in his latest single “Meyɛ guy” join the stage to thrill fans. Ypee gave an energetic performance till he could not accommodate the crowd on stage.