The final week of Africa’s most watched television reality show, Big Brother The Chase promises to be exciting as the housemates attempt to device their final strategies to earn Africa’s vote to win the ultimate prize of USD 300,000.
On Sunday 25th August 2013, the Big Brother house will come alive when the 2013 BET Awards nominees and Ghana Music Awards Artiste of the year winners, R2Bees, perform at the closing ceremony of the competition.
Made up of Paedae da Pralem and Mugeez, the Ghanaian music duo, notable for their exceptional performance, will thrill music lovers when they perform on the Big Brother stage. Currently one of the popular music groups on the continent, R2Bees, a name derived from the group’s mantra, “Refuse To Be Broke”, have remained relevant in the African music scene since their debut hit single “Yawa Girl” in August 2009.
Signed to their own label, R2Bees Entertainment, the “Life”, “Odo”, “I Dey Mad Ooh”, “Afrika”, “Slow down” and “Up In Da Klub” hit makers have shared the same stage with internationally acclaimed music stars including Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Fabulous and Red Café. R2Bees have also performed in several countries including United Kingdom, United States Of America and the Netherlands, and also collaborated with artistes such as UK’s Tinchy Stryder and Nigerian musicians, Wizkid, Davido and Wande Coal.
Tune in to DStv channels 197 and 198 and GOtv channel 1 on Sunday 25th August 2013 at 20:00 CAT to watch Ghana’s award winning group, R2Bees, rock the Big Brother The Chase finale and also find out who wins the USD 300,000 at stake.
Keep voting for your favorite housemates in the Big Brother The Chase, sponsored by telecommunications company, Airtel and visit www.bigbrotherafrica.com for all news and updates on the competition.
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