Jr. Elizah: Vocal Fusion Changed My Life Completely

“Vocal Fusion has changed my life completely and gives me a new direction”, were Elizah Junior Elizah, the Vocal Fusion Season 4 Ultimate prize Winner’s words.

At an interview with him on an earlier date, Junior told EMTV Online he sees life in a different perspective after he was selected to participate in Vocal Fusion competition.

Elizah said it was quite challenging coming from village to compete with best talents in the country, but it turned out to be a great experience for him personally; and being the winner of PNG’s great music and singing talent competition is a big surprise.

“I am just a village boy, but I can now see that vocal fusion has opened many doors in my life”.

Elizah thanks EMTV’s Vocal Fusion for giving young people a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to showcase their talents and also create a platform for them to be exposed to the music industry.

Originally from Kokopo, the 22 year old was born and raised in Madang and is the second born in a family of five.

When asked about his education, he said he did all his primary and secondary educations at Holy Spirit Primary School and Tusbab Secondary respectively, all in Madang.

Living with his self-employed parents, Junior says he sees the struggles everyone in the settlements and villages face every day. Thus he is motivated to further his career in Reggae music, singing songs that can inspire positive change in the lives of young people.

“I am a die-hard fan of Bob Marley and I started imitating Bob Marley since 2002.

“My few mates are my fans, whom I randomly sing to entertain them”.

Meanwhile, Elizah accompanied the three runners-up, McSteve Polly;the duo NJay; and Mary Magdalene Bolokon who paid a surprise visit to EMTV today,  November 8 to sign up to claim their prizes.

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Elizah Palme

Elizah Palme

studied Chemistry at the University of Papua New Guinea and lists his best achievements as being President of UPNG Jiwaka Students Fellowship in 2015 and current Vice President of Jiwaka Students and Graduates Association, Inc.