Kingdom Kroseide is a Nigerian singer who is popular for winning the Nigerian Idol Season 6. Kingdom Kroseide of Nigerian Idol bamboozled fans and Nigerians nationwide with his sizzling performances that drew praise and cheers from many.
|Age||24 years (2021)|
|Net worth||32 Million Naira (78,000 USD)|
|Date of Birth||24th April 1997|
|Education/School Attended||Federal University Otuoke|
|State of Origin||Bayelsa state|
|Known For||Winner Nigerian Idol Season 6|
Kingdom Kroseide Nigerian Idol Biography,
Kingdom Kroseide was born on 24th April 1997 and hails from Bayelsa state. He is 24 years old as at 2021. Kingdom Kroseide is from Bayelsa state located in Southern Nigeria. He is a Christian by faith and practices Christianity as a religion.
Kingdom Kroseide Net worth
Kingdom Kroseide has a net worth of 32 Million Naira (78,000 USD). His income comes from his streak of winning singing competitions and winning the Nigerian Idol.
Kingdom Kroseide Career
He was always interested in music, even as a child. His career, however, began while he was a student at the Federal University of Otuoke. He used his singing talent to perform at neighborhood gatherings and religious programs on occasion.
He also took part in a number of talent shows including music, and he did incredibly well in the majority of them.
He is no stranger to talent events, having previously competed in the I Sabi Sing Music Competition in 2016 and winning the Bayelsa state title.
In 2021, he auditioned for Nigerian Idol Season 6 and was one of the top eight finalists.
Kingdom Kroseide was crowned Nigerian Idol Season 6 winner in July 2021, taking home prizes of more than 40 million naira.
Kingdom Kroseide Education
He studied Computer Science in Federal University Otuoke. He made a reference to his education saying,
‘You know a school is an easy place where you could get your music viral,’ he said. ‘It’s also a nice social environment, in as much as it’s educational. So I guess you could say it works. People know I sing, so it’s like I have an arm raised high in my music career here in school.’
Nigerian Idol History
Nigerian Idol is a local adaptation of the Idol series. It is the country’s second Idol franchise, following Idols West Africa, which was also shot and produced in Stockholm, Sweden.
The show premiered in 2010, coinciding with the country’s 50th anniversary, with the theme “Live Your Dream.” Accept No Boundaries.
Every Nigerian between the ages of 18 and 28 was invited to audition. The first season premiered in October 2010 and is currently broadcast on 15 different stations across Africa.
Onyekachi Elizabeth Gilbert Onwuka aka “yeka onka” from Ohafia, 26 years old, was crowned the inaugural Nigerian Idol on March 27, 2011, defeating Naomi Ebiama. Onyekachi received 7.5 million Naira in prize money, a recording deal with Sony, a car, and an all-expenses-paid vacation to South Africa. Yeka has already auditioned for the show twice without success before obtaining a Golden Ticket in Lagos.
The two finalists worked with award-winning producer Jesse Jagz to create the winning tune.
Yeka has since played on various world-famous stages and founded Nigeria’s first female band, the “Gfactor band.”
Mercy Chinwo, Moses Obi Adigwe, Evelle, and K-Peace are the four most recent Nigerian Idol winners.