In a spectacular culmination of talent and artistry, Orijin beer's Orijin Untamed reality show reached its pinnacle at the grand finale hosted at the historic Old Kingsway Building in Jamestown. The unique competition, spanning three regions—Greater Accra, Ashanti, and Upper East—was an initiative by Orijin beer Ghana to unearth exceptional talent in the arts and music industry. Commemorating Orijin beer's 8th anniversary in Ghana, the journey began with numerous contestants and narrowed down to the final eight, each representing their respective regions.
The finalists, including IKNA, Blakk Berry, MessiJay, and Sumoney from Greater Accra, Jay Wilder and Kaymagma from the Ashanti region, and Matt The Poet and Klasic Again from Upper East, showcased their prowess in four competitive rounds on the grand finale day. After an intense battle, Jay Wilder from Kumasi, Ashanti region, emerged triumphant, claiming the title of the first Orijin Untamed champion and securing the grand prize of 80,000 Ghana cedis.
Expressing gratitude after his remarkable win, Jay Wilder extended a heartfelt thank you to Orijin Beer Ghana for providing the platform and opportunity to showcase his talent.
He promised his fans and followers that there is much more in store and urged them to continue supporting him on his artistic journey. The Orijin Untamed reality show not only celebrated talent but also marked a significant milestone for Orijin beer's enduring presence and impact in the Ghanaian cultural scene. According to Nana Yaa Amoah Owusu, the marketing manager – spirit & RTDs at Guinness Ghana, the Origin Untamed reality show will be an annual happening and asked every
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