Attention all R&B vocalist and future superstars!
In case you missed the announcement Making the Band is Back!
For those of you who may not be familiar with the original show, Making the Band was a reality show dedicated to finding music’s next superstar. Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs executive producer of the original show and common face to the screen has passed the baton down to his three sons Quincy, Justin, and Christian a.k.a King Combs.
The Combs brothers are starting off the Making the Band auditions in a city that is known for its musical gene, ATL.
On Good Day Atlanta today, February 27, the Combs brothers as well as, well known choreographer and the original choreographer of Making The Band, LaurieAnn Gibson made an appearance via video chat to answer a few questions about the remake and tomorrow's Atlanta auditions.
You’ll be excited to learn that the Making the Band 2020 reboot is not looking to discover and launch artists to create one super group but to create two. One female supergroup and one male supergroup!
Does this ease your nerves about the competition? Either way it's an exciting twist and we’re here for it.
The four are looking for versatility, confidence, heart and hunger in their contestant. And if you think you can fake it to you make it the Combs brothers will know because they all believe ‘you can’t fake r&b” and they have got to feel it in their soul!
So if you’re planning on auditioning you better bring it!
If you think that you’ve got what it takes to become find out when the open calls are and all that you need to know by visiting the official website for the show.
If you’re a fan of the original show let us know your thoughts on the reboot. What changes are you hoping they make and what about the show do you want to see be brought back?