4 August 2012

Nigeria: Glo Presents Episode Seven of the Big Friday Show

New video released by Nigerian star Burna Boy. ( Resource: Burna Boy Tonight )

Yori Yori crooners, Bracket, and up-coming music sensation, Emzo were the main attractions as Glo Presents Episode 7 of The Big Friday Show on MTV Base (DStv Channel 322) and Silverbird TV last Friday.

The duo of Vast and Smash known as Bracket were The Celebrity Guests of the Week on the show. It was a highly entertaining encounter as the duo took their fans through a journey into their world of music, their relatively short but eventful music career, fame and fortune.

It was hosted by popular comedian and Globacom ambassador, Basketmouth. The Big Friday Show has become a regular fixture for Nigeria's hottest talents.

The Episode also featured EMZO as the up-coming artiste for the week, after Kamar in Episode 5. EMZO was given a task/studio challenge to complete in order to earn a five-minute window on the show to market himself. Other up-coming artistes who have so far been featured on the show are Shun Don, DIZZY, E'nelly and M-FLOW.

There was also the usual Vlog segment brought by hot Vlogger, Stephanie. Stephanie ran through a sizzling gist of what was new and hot in the entertainment world. In her usual vivid and racy manner, she toured round the showbiz world in five minutes.

The other segments in this week's show include the Ask/Reply segment, where Glo subscribers get immediate answers to questions sent to Bracket via SMS and the hilarious 'What Were They Thinking.

The Big Friday Show also offers viewers the opportunity to prank their friends by sending a prank video via MMS or uploading it on Facebook and the funniest clips gets played on the show. The overall best prank clip stands a chance to win a grand prize of US $2000 (about N320, 000) at the end of the quarter.

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