This page contains the latest information on the 2023 Nigerian Idol judges names and pictures.
As the Nigerian Idol reality show enters its eighth season, the anticipation is building.
Who are the judges for Nigerian Idol Season 8? is one of the many questions being asked.
Nigerian Idol Judges 2023: Names and Pictures
Dbanj, Simi, Omawumi, and Obi Asika are the judges for Nigerian Idol Season 8.
The judges for Nigerian Idol Season 6 were the trio of DJ Sose, Obi Asika, and Seyi Shay from Season 5.Many Nigerians were dissatisfied with the trio’s performance on the show last season.
There were questions and criticisms about the judges’ musical abilities as well as their judging abilities.
You may recall that during the audition stages, Seyi Shay caused a stir on social media when she “condemned” a contestant for poor performance.
The quartet of Dbanj, Simi, Omawumi, and Obi Asika judged Nigerian Idol Season 7.
Season 8 of Nigerian Idol premiered on April 23, 2023. The show’s producers have announced the judges for Season 8 of the reality programme.
Nigerian Idol Season 8 judges are Dbanj, Simi, and Obi Asika.
On this list, all the judges are from Season 7. DJ Sose and Seyi Shay, who were judges in season 6, will not be judges in Nigerian Idol season 8.
Meet Nigerian Idol judges 2023 Names and pictures.
Oladapo Daniel Oyebanjo, better known by his stage name D’banj, is a Nigerian singer, rapper, businessman, and the founder of Mo’ Hits Records with producer Don Jazzy.
Obi Asika is a Nigerian creative industry entrepreneur. He is known for his involvement in the growth of Nigeria’s music industry as the founder and CEO of Storm 360, an indigenous music label.
Omawumi Megbele, known by her stage name Omawumi, is a Nigerian singer-songwriter and actress of Itsekiri ethnicity. She is a brand ambassador for Globacom, Konga.com, and Malta Guinness. She’s also part of the campaign called “Rise with the Energy of Africa.”
Simisola Bolatito Kosoko, better known by her stage name Simi, is a Nigerian singer, songwriter, and actress. She started her career as a gospel singer, releasing her debut studio album in 2008, titled Ogaju.