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Radio City Super Singer returns with Season V

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MUMBAI: FM Bole Toh Radio City is back with Season 5 of Radio City Super Singer across India. Taking off from the super success last year, this time Radio City Super Singer assumes a scale larger than ever before.The winner gets felicitated with a prize money of Rs. 1 Lakh and a break with popular music directors across India. The mega talent hunt rolled out carpets on the 8th of September, across India.

Radio City Super Singer is one of the biggest celebrations of music on an FM radio platform. For the first time, Radio City introduces a WAP site, where participants can upload their audio clips through a simple log-in (http://myradiocity.in) from any mobile phone. Other than this, interested contestants can avail of any of the traditional avenues of auditioning. They can either come and audition at our studios or upload / record voice clips on the Super Singer Tab on our Facebook page. The other options include the on-ground auditions (malls & colleges) & IVRS.

The auditions are followed by short listing a few contestants who have an edge over the others. Rough edges will be polished off, as the shortlisted few get trained by musical geniuses. The final five across each city will fight it out for the title of ‘Radio City Super Singer’.

Speaking about Radio City Super Singer, Ms. Apurva Purohit, CEO, Radio City 91.1 FM, says, “Radio City Super Singer started as an experiment & was the first ever talent hunt by a radio station. Through the years it has grown in stature & size to carve a niche & become one of the most awaited engagement activities. Last year we had over 80000 enthusiastic singers across the country registering & auditioning with us. The aim has always been to discover the amazing singing talent from across the country and provide a platform that befits the talent. By the sheer number of touch points we create, we reach out to people like no other property does. Moreover, this is the only singing talent hunt show in India that runs in 5 languages (Hindi, Telugu, Tamil, Kannada & Marathi) at the same time. The overwhelming success of the previous years not only justifies our aim but also makes us want to scale newer heights.”

Radio City Super Singer has emerged as an incubator of talent through the years, bringing India’s latent talent to the limelight. This year, our winners get a head-start in the music industry, with the opportunity to work with eminent music directors across India. Additionally, they get featured on ‘Freedom Hour’ – an hour dedicated to unplugged music on Radio City. Radio City Super Singer wraps up on the last week of September.

Radio City Super Singer pits singers of contemporary music across a cross-section of genres, to compete against each other.. Through the years, the talent hunt has carved out a fan-base of its own. This time, it just gets bigger and better.

Stay tuned to Radio City 91.1 FM to get more updates on Radio city Super Singer, This year the hunt for the best voice takes place across Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Pune, Jaipur, Baroda, Surat, Ahmednagar, Nagpur, Vizag, Coimbatore. Also log on to www.facebook.com/radiocityindia.

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