Ghanian duo, Menn on Point – who sailed through to the X Factor bootcamp, after an energetic audition have said they have their eyes set on world domination.
The two brought a lot of energy to their audition on the X Factor stage when they performed their original song, ‘Turn It Up’
They received an ecstatic reception from the audience who couldn’t help but dance and cheer to their vibe.
They also got the judges, especially Rita Ora, moving to their upbeat song and enjoyed flattering praises from all four of them.
A dumbfounded Simon Cowell told them “I love you two, you are completely nuts” adding “with you, it’s always gonna be a sunny day.
“…you have 4321 yeses from me” he pronounced.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini said that their energy was “infectious”.
Speaking to the Reggy Zippy said he and Bollie are determined to make it in the UK in order to help “put Ghana on the map.”
According to him, they will not forget their roots when they get to the top.
“You know for us, its world domination you know. And world domination means we need to make it in the UK we need to make it in our homeland and like you said, we’re not just going to get stark here we would be doing songs around the world and we would be coming to Ghana to do songs with all the artistes and all our friends,” he said.
“We just want to make sure we utilize this opportunity.”
The duo said they call themselves “Men on Point” because they simply want to be on point.