As the Voice of Nepal, the first-ever Nepal’s edition of the world’s biggest reality singing show, has already started its journey from today where the contestants will be singing on a 360-degree-designed stage—housed in a 100 ft X 100 ft studio—the music geniuses like Pramod Kharel, Sanup Paudel, Abhaya Subba, and Deep Shrestha, as coaches, have started doing their best to bring out the best singer as The Voice of Nepal.
Coach Deep Shrestha talks with WAVE and shares what she is up to.
- Your strengths: I’m not there to show my strength but to see the strengths of the contestants and make the best versions of that strength. I’ve a certain style, and I will share all learning that I’ve learned over these years.
- Strength of other coaches: Every one of the coaches has their own strengths and styles, and they’re best in it. They have been sticking to their styles and I applaud them for that.
- Qualities you look in your team members: I look forward to their quality of voice, clarity in words, tuning with the rhythms, their styles, and their flavours; something better than the original song they will be singing.
- Probable contribution of The Voice: Every reality show creates a buzz, but this one is different. It will bring a different essence to the audience. As we’re the coaches, the impact the show will depend on how well we will be able to enhance the quality of the contestants. If we successfully coach them to bring out the best from them, maybe other people will come out even if for the next time.
- Suggestion to contestants and others: I suggest contestants not to be overconfident, instead, concentrate on practicing a sing for a hundred of times and be best at it. Besides, I request friends of contestants to give honest remarks to them. I also request the audience not cast their votes to the best contestants and avoid nepotism.
I’m not there to show my strength but to see the strengths of the contestants and make the best versions of that strength. I’ve a certain style, and I will share all learning that I’ve learned over these years.