Idols SA top 5 promised life-changing deal

Idols SA top 5 promised life-changing deal

Idols SA top 5 promised life-changing deal

MUSIC boss Oskido graced Idols SA with his presence and left them with good news.

Oskido was Sunday’s guest judge for the Mzansi Magic singing competition.

He announced the Top 5, which will be announced on Sunday, will all walk away with a recording deal from his label, Kalawa Jazmee.

Idols SA is drawing to an end as the Top 6 contestants each sang two songs.

The theme for performances in the first half of the show was Oskido’s playlist.

The theme for the second half of the show was the song book of Swedish record producer, Max Martin.

Berry left Unathi in tears with her performance of Amanda Black’s Power, while Randall said her performance was inspired from the beginning and Oskido called it a killer performance. She continued to impress the judges in the second half of the show, with Katy Perry’s Dark Horse.

Kevin’s first performance of Sun-El Musician’s Ubomi Abumanga impressed Randall, who said he saw him in the final. Unathi called him a producer’s dream after he wowed her with Bon Jovi’s It’s my Life.

Unathi declared Daylin Sass the top performer of the week after asking him to record his rendition of Lira’s Something Inside So Strong and praising his second performance of Zayne’s Pillow Talk.

Nqobie had the biggest reaction from the judges after her performance of Zonke’s Feelings. Oskido promised her a song that would be written by Zonke, herself. She sang Pink’s Don’t Leave Me in the second half.

Oskido was ready to record a cover of Mafikizolo’s Ngeke Balunge, which was performed by Karabo. Even though Randall was not convinced she had delivered a great performance, she surprised people by adding some vernac to her rendition of Pink’s Perfect in the second half.

S22’Kile also struggled to impress the judges. She sang Ntyilo Ntyilo by Master KG featuring Rethabile Khumalo and then delivered a sassy version of Adele’s Send My Love.

Unfortunately, Sia Mzizi was eliminated and commenting on his exit, Randall said Sia struggled to remain consistent.

“ This is why at this stage of the competition I keep on stressing the fact that the remaining contestants can’t afford to be complacent,” he said. The voting lines are open.

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