Kingdom has won 2021 Season 6 NigerianIdol show on Sunday, July 11, 2021 and walked away with N50m, which include N30m cash prize, an SUV, and other prices.
He will also get a six-track recording contract and three of the songs will be video shot. The show opened in a grand style as judges took the audience unexpectedly as they performed a rehashed version of Master KG’s Jerusalema.
This computer science and informatics student at the Federal University Otuoke, Bayelsa State is no stranger to singing. Kingdom Kroseide sings with the Pamela Scott Music band based in Port Harcourt and has performed at wedding ceremonies, birthday parties and church services. He comes from a family of four and has a younger brother and two younger sisters.
Apart from the fact that he is surrounded by people who believe in him, Kingdom thinks he has what it takes to be the next Nigerian Idol because music is what he is most passionate about.
For the first time ever, we saw Seyi Shay cry – and Kingdom’s captivating and heartfelt performance was responsible for the tears. It was the first time we had ever seen such a reaction and just judging by it, we knew Kingdom was destined for great things on Nigerian Idol.
More than 16 million votes were recorded for the show. Francis revealed that before he got into the show, he had been trying for six years. When talking about the live show, he said he felt it is all about touching soul