Tonight the winner will be announced in the Pepsi Wild Cherry “Your Wildest Dreams” first-ever virtual hip hop talent competition. Airing exclusively on Triller, the finale will see a winner take home the big break of their hip-hop career including an invaluable mentoring session with the show’s judges and a feature in a 2021 digital Pepsi Wild Cherry ad along with the artist’s original track.
The judges guided contestants across the six-week-long competition, with the final three beating out others to capture the attention of the show’s all-star panel of leading talent and industry insiders including Fat Joe, Mike WiLL Made-It, rapper Mulatto, producer Quay Global and on-air personality Kenny Burns to make it to the final stage at the Triller House in Atlanta.
- T-Lyon – real name Tyon Davis of Fort Pierce, FL
- Harmonie Holt – real name Harmonie Little of Birmingham, AL
- Venus on Earth – real name Davenus Camps of Charlotte, NC
We got a chance to speak with industry executive, on-air personality, entrepreneur Kenny Burns about his involvement in the competition as a judge, working alongside Fat Joe, Mulatto, Mike WiLL Made-It & Quay Global, his thoughts on what hip-hop is missing quality wise + much more. Get into the interview below.
The competition will air exclusively on the Triller App at 8pm. Fans can learn more about the Pepsi Wild Cherry “Your Wildest Dreams” finalists and their music online.
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