Rendition of Sound Sultan’s song moves audience to tears on Naija Star Search | classiqdjfaze.com

Toms’ voice brought a nostalgic feelings and it was as if Sound Sultan had taken over him as he performed on stage. Toms, widely referred to as ‘small but mighty alias ‘Omo-Maamé’ took the show to a crescendo of emotions.

Judges, Keke Ogungbe and ID Cabasa, couldn’t control their emotions. All attempts to stay strong failed, bursting into tears. Eventually, they had to excuse themselves from the stage immediately after the performance to cool off. The touching performance even punctured the toughness of the third judge, Asha Gangali, who wore the look of a torn heart.

While Sparrow’s performance couldn’t save him from eviction in the week, Toms’ performance got several tongues wagging. Toms rendered the song expressing very deep emotional vocals which depict the untold struggles, pains, silent groans, and cries faced by Nigerians, a reflection of Sound Sultan’s musical themes.

‘Motherland’ was released under the imprint of Ogungbe’s Kennis Music. Toms’ vocals and lyrical dexterity took the judges and audience on a memory lane that ended in soberness for all.

Toms’ performance didn’t only move the judges and in-house audience but also VJ Adams, the show host, who couldn’t help but feel sombre after the performance.

ID Cabasa shared a conversation he had with Sound Sultan shortly before his death. “What I am wearing now is what I wore the last time I saw Sound Sultan. And it was intentional since I was told this song would be performed. There was a conversation I had with Sound Sultan on this song. When all this Japa stuff started, Sound Sultan and I were recording a song in a hotel room on the Island. He said if he could go back to this song, he would probably change some lines because of what is happening in Nigeria now. Toms, you didn’t just bring this song back to life, but you gave it a new meaning intended by Sound Sultan,” the sober ID Cabasa said in his assessment of Toms performance.

And afterwards, tearful ID Cabasa called everyone to stand up for a one-minute silence in respect of the ‘Jagbajantis’ crooner.

An emotional Kenny Ogungbe tried hard to pull himself together to give his assessment but only ended up walking to the stage as though he had seen Sound Sultan. He took off his necklace, wore it on Toms, pointed to the effigy on the necklace and said in a tearful voice, “This is Sound Sultan.”

Naija Star search is a music show that seeks to discover the next Afrobeats star and it brings together young talents who are competing for a cash prize of 10 million naira, a recording contract, and many other opportunities.

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