Infinix Nigeria has rewarded winners of the #UnleashYourVibe competition who demonstrated unmatched creativity and passion.
Recall that all through January, the innovative brand had called for entries into its #UnleashYourVibe competition where aspiring talents showcase their skills by joining the #Hot40SongChallenge to win cash prizes and other gift items.
Abiodun Matthew (@donmat01) and Isah Farouk (@iam_acesa) were crowned the Grand Winners and rewarded the sum of N500,000 promotional funds each. Their entries stood out significantly, as they showed creativity and adhered to the rules of the competition, earning them the top spot and setting a high standard for what it means to #UnleashYourVibe.
Not far behind, runners-up; Godwin Raymond, Olutoki Daniel Damilare, Akintunde Temidayo Olumayokun, and Adegoke Adedoyin Vivian each brought their unique flair to the competition, proving that the future of music is bright and diverse, and were rewarded with the sum of N100,000 each.
“Infinix Nigeria is happy to support these artists on their journey, providing them with not only recognition but also promotional funds to help them achieve their dreams. The challenge was more than just a contest; it was a platform for upcoming artists to showcase their talents, connect with a wider audience, and take a significant step forward in their music careers”, Oluwayemisi Ode, Integrated Marketing Communications & PR Manager, said.
“Infinix remains committed to not just providing smartphones with the latest innovative technology but also empowering young people and nurturing their dreams. We look forward to seeing our winners evolve and make their mark in the music industry”, Yemisi added.
One standout feature of the HOT 40 is its rapid charging capability. With just 5 minutes of charging, you can enjoy a full 90-minute football game, thanks to the 33W Enduring FastCharge technology. Combined with a 5000mAh long-lasting battery and the exclusive Power Marathon solution, you can count on all-day standby time or up to 2 hours of calling even when the battery is as low as 5%.