| 04 Aug 2020
India's biggest singing talent hunt culminates with the grand finale of Radio City Super singer in 39 cities

MUMBAI: India’s biggest singing talent hunt, Ralco Tyres presents Radio City Super Singer, culminated the tenth season with a grand finale in TGIP Mall, Noida. Radio City Super Singer has been one of the most celebrated singing talent hunt on Radio, which has successfully grown year after year. The decade long success of the property resonated with the audiences, and like every year has garnered a record-breaking participation in each of the 39 cities this year.

Radio City Super Singer 2018’s top five finalists from Delhi, Adnan Ahmed, Samriti Singh, Kshitij Bansal, Shraddha Shree, Kushagra Dudeja enthralled the audience and upheld the repute of this timeless property with entertaining performances in the presence of the ever-dynamic Punjabi Singer, Lyricist, Performer and Actor, Jasbir Jassi. The ultimate singing crown was bagged by Adnan Ahmad along with an attractive cash prize of INR one lac.

Delighted by the success of the tenth season of Radio City Super Singer, Kartik Kalla, Chief Creative Officer, Radio City said “Radio City Super Singer has become one of the most sought-after platforms that has been responsible for producing some of the brightest talents since a decade in the country, who have proved their mettle in the singing space. The property has garnered tremendous response year on year from participants, listeners and singers. We have constantly spun the innovation wheel in making the property more engaging and grander which has been a key attraction for advertisers as well. We aim to upscale the property in the years to follow with the most entertaining content and I congratulate the winner and Radio City team for keeping up the spirit and making Radio City Super Singer a milestone.”

Sharing his happiness on being associated with the tenth season of Radio City Super Singer, Jasbir Jassi said, “India is full of young, talented and aspirational singers with mesmerizing, melodious voices. All they need is a platform to nurture and showcase their talent to the right audience. It is really great to see and be a part of Radio City Super Singer, a talent hunt which has been providing a launch pad to the budding singers of our country for the past ten years. I congratulate Radio City for further promoting the culture of music in the country and hope we witness the discovery of more extraordinary talents in the years to follow.” 

Through this property, Radio City has been consistently providing a platform to many singers who have contributed significantly to the industry such as Harjot Kaur, Manya Narang and Sri Ganesh to name a few. With the top five contestants from each of the 39 city battling in the grand finale, this season saw some of the renowned judges, music maestros like Jasraj Joshi, Vishal Mishra, Shri Charan, Kona Venkat, Jasbir Jassi etc. to name a few.

After an intense competition, the top five participants: Adnan Ahmed, Samriti Singh, Kshitij Bansal, Shraddha Shree, Kushagra Dudeja were shortlisted by an eminent jury and later judged by Jasbir Jassi. Through the talent hunt, Radio City aims to empower aspiring singers and provide a platform for every city to laud their exceptional local talent.

True to Radio City’s philosophy of ‘Rag Mein Daude City’, participants from the kona-kona of India registered through Radio City’s digital platform through IVRS, in-studio and mall auditions.