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While critics would be tempted to say Tha Suspect should close the ‘I no send u’ track, this might be a rather interesting twist. New video from Tha Suspect features M.I, Naeto C, illBliss, Sound Sultan, Vector, Mi Fliss, Ghetto P in the all star remix for I No Send U. There was an earlier version featuring Wyclef Jean, then another with an all-female parade. This features just the guys including Tha Suspect, M.I, Naeto C, illBliss, Vector, Mi Fliss, Ghetto P, Sound Sultan and DJ Tee. Clarence Peters cuts and chops this.
Check on it below:
Event: Album release party and after party.
Venue: Club Luxe, Etim Inyang Crescent, V.I. Lagos.
Record Label: Questionmark Entertainment
Appearances/Attended by KC Presh, Sound Sultan, Sammie Okposo, Tuface, Banky W, M.I., Baba Dee, Orezi, Retta, Lerato (Big Brother Africa alum), Kevin Lucciano-Gabriel, Ego Omalicha, d’Supremes, Dipp, DJ Humility, Akeem Shodeinde and others.
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Female soulful singer, Lami Philips would be performing tracks off her debut album – Intuition and unreleased records from her forthcoming album with a live band on Friday, April 8, 2011 at the Oriental Hotel, Victoria Island, Lagos. Also, on the bill are colleagues and friends – OJB Jezreel, M.I, Eldee the Don, Ikon, Kel, Sound Sultan and a number of others who featured on some of the works in both the current album offer a glimpse into her forthcoming sophomore album.
Lami speaking on the event tagged Lami Unplugged – promising guest an experience of live music of a different brand- said: “I want to use the opportunity to appreciate my friends and fans who have stuck with me since I arrived on the scene. I haven’t been very much available to them because of so many commitments but they have enjoyed my music and made me feel loved and I just want to use this opportunity to express my gratitude to them.”
“All the songs would be delivered in a special way different from the way they appeared on the CD so that the guests can feel them in a different way while I introduce them to some of the songs on the forthcoming album,” she added.
She was born in Chicago, Illinois and educated at Queens’ College in Lagos, Roedan School, Brighton in the UK, Universities of Kent and Nottingham and also has an Executive MBA from Pennsylvania University in the USA. She returned to Nigeria in 2009 to make her mark on the music industry with the release of her debut single, “Know” with M.I. The album followed in February, 2010 and her stock has continued to rise since then.
Later the same year, in August, she was appointed an Advocate for the United Nations Millennium Campaign. This thrusts her into the forefront of raising awareness about the Millennium Development Goals and the General Elections in Nigeria. She also has her own NGO called Be the Change.
Video for ‘Know’ featuring M.I.:
I caught up with Ksolo some days back, and it was quite interesting meeting with one of the best music producers in the music industry. K Solo who climbed his way to fame after hitting d bull’s eye following successful Timaya’s first album which he produced, disclosed his little misunderstanding and breakup (music wise) with Timaya in this interview, and what he has been up to, even though he seemed to be prevaricating.
QUICK FLASHBACK: K Solo who many knew after producing Timaya’s first album, has been in the industry for long. The self acclaimed hit magician has been producing for the likes of Sunny Nneji, Paul Play and others before he met Timaya. K Solo back then discovered Timaya in Port harcourt after, Timaya ended up as runner up at a talent hunt show. They both came to Lagos to start music business fully, and their hustle resulted into the widely successful album.
Jimmy: Hello bro
Ksolo: hey Jimmy how u dey
Jimmy: I’m good thanks. Like you were part of the artistes/producers that shaped last year, considering the album you released last year and couple of hit tracks you produced for the likes of Ajasa, Timaya, Banky W and many others. What should we be expecting from you this year?
Ksolo: New songs and hits. Like you asking dr. Dre that same question. He’s made for hits and that’s what it is. No dragging with anybody. Im working on omobaba’s new album, GT da guitarman too and so many others.
Jimmy: In 2009, you released an album titled ‘my way’ and in 2010 you released a reloaded version of the last album titled ‘my way reloaded. What was the concept behind that?
Ksolo: I added old tracks that wasn’t on my way album to my way reloaded where i featured Ajasa, Sound Sultan, Timaya, W4, Klever Jay,Side 1, Konga, Da-Grin.
Jimmy: How well was the album accepted in the market
Ksolo: you know Nigerian musicians have not grown to know where their strength lies. It is well accepted outside lagos. You know lagos don’t know good sound, they get hooked by sound that don’t keep you on your feet. But even the first album is still selling in Portharcourt, Abuja and other places.
Jimmy:Many peole know you more as a producer than an artiste. We have the likes of terry g, don jazzy, I.d cabassa producing and singing at the same time. What inspired you to start singing
Ksolo: (laughs) inspired!! Have been singing since I was a kid. I started with singing in church, and started making money with production, and now im back as an artiste.
Jimmy: How well is your relationship with other music producers?
Ksolo: am close to all of them. Cabasa, don jazzy, Jsleek, spanky, cobhams, puffy t, ojb, sheyman are all my friends.
Jimmy: You will like to open up on any clash u’ve had with a colleague in the industry?
Ksolo: It will never happen. I call all of them time to time.
Jimmy: who would you like to produce in future?
Ksolo: God will tell
Jimmy: I heard you worked with Da grin before he passed on?
Ksolo: Yes we were working on the remix of pon pon pon which I guess will be part of his album coming out 2011
Jimmy: Noticed you produced less tracks on timaya’s second and third album considering the lion share u got in the production of his first album
Ksolo: Yes there is always a break in between an album. How can you drop 2 albums in a year, but the boy was busy running after other artistes when one is still blowing so I concluded not working with him anymore. And everyone can see how the album is doing. Next am sure he will release another one. For relationship, we are still very cordial, only that our music relationship is over
Jimmy: but you produced some tracks off his last album, like his hit track; plantain boy.
Ksolo: I produced 5 tracks for him in 2009, before the music break up which plantain boy was part of it. He has released 3 tracks out of it.
Jimmy: as an icon in the music industry, what do you think is missing in the industry?
Ksolo: we need one regulatory body to put us on track and rules
Jimmy: what of the likes of COSON and others?
Ksolo: Just one body, no divided body
Jimmy: Thanks for the short interview
A pretty noisy lounge with some 15 or more of my friends had just been brought to dead silence with a loud shhhhhhhhhhhhh! sound by my girlfriend who was visibly dying to read a joke aloud, off her black berry. 30seconds later, the joke on “how the current presidential aspirants were the same ones who told us over 20 years ago that we were the leaders of tomorrow” was done. And as the joke signed off with a sarcastic projection of when our tomorrow was likely to commence, a roaring laughter descended on the silence from every corner of the room.
Sure, I had my share of the laughter but with a little difficulty. Why? Well, have you ever let out a hearty laugh with mixed emotions? You know when what tickles you is irresistibly funny but with the outburst comes the after-thought that sets you on think mode? That home truth that leaves a bitter after-taste with the potential to make laughter your last reaction upon a re-think about the import of what you have just heard or seen? If you can relate, then you have saved me the trouble of explaining my difficulty.
So, while the rowdiness of the lounge was being slowly restored, I was battling with the sour taste of the truth hidden in the joke. The truth in this case being the sad reality of the near non-existent opportunities reserved for the Nigerian youth to make any impact on a massive scale in his society. It donned on me that while America had embraced an age where the white house could be governed by not only a young man but one with traceable African roots, Nigeria tenaciously holds on to a drama plot where the curtains are never drawn on the old and tired players who have every plan to die on that stage. Little wonder why every time recognition is bestowed for remarkable contribution, the recipient would approach the podium an old man.
At the forefront of hosting the guilt of this ill is clearly the sphere of politics where only a few daring young ones have swum against the tide with amazing success as is clear with the Lagos story.
Interestingly the entertainment arena tells a slightly different story. Here the elders in the game have been forced to play by the rules of the young and restless. Without a choice, they have made way for the raw hunger of the youngsters which has practically given them control over most aspects of show business. Ranging from Movies to Music, Photography to Comedy, Dance to Fashion, Broadcasting, etc.
Yes, the young ones pay the piper, dictate the tune and do the dam dancing all by themselves in this industry. The level of success registered with the industry in their control is equally phenomenal. Cashing fat pay cheques, Creating job opportunities, Gaining global recognition, Sealing corporate endorsement deals and building the generally intimidating stature of the industry is an off shoot of the sweat and tears put in by young people. Some of the stories behind these efforts are nothing short of capable of activating your tear glands and permanently reserving an iconic status for a good number these young heroes.
But the reward system is still operated by the papa’s so a federal honor for most of the young is currently a laughable concept. At the most Austin Jay Jay Okocha (Ronaldo’s Idol) may just have to meet up with Samuel Sochukwuma Okwaraji before he becomes deserving of an OON or even a simple clay statue in the national stadium or Pretty has to be able to shake Junior before we can publicly shake his own hand.
Did I just hear you say “TUFIAKWA! Not our Jay Jay or Pretty” Ah! Amen o! “long life” ….is what we wish them and all our young stars but please, my people, they have lived long enough to have been honored for being living legends. They do not have to be history before they can be made happy for making history. Can we please give that pat on the back now? Now, that they can share in the joy and not by a grave side. Now that the closing statement to the citation can be “a standing ovation please” and not “may his soul rest in peace”. Now that THEY ARE STILL BREATHING.
Me, I will not wait for them government people o! Neither for award organizers who make such recognition an exclusive reserve for friends of the house. I would say my thank you now. I, on that note give to you 8 of the most deserving young people who have been outstanding with their contribution to the industry of entertainment against amazing odds. The RARE feat accomplished by these few guarantees that in generations unborn they shall have their praises sung because if it wasn’t for them, the blessings of serving as channels for a revolution would have been lost on us all.
AND THE RECIPIENTS ARE:
SOUND SULTAN (Lanre Fassasi) Music as a tool for social change. That is the essence of Fela’s entire legacy. It is why I remember quick May 11, 1981 for Bob Marley and may need a rain check to be sure of the exact date when my own grand dad passed. Consciousness and the power of lyrical content is the reason why some elite white kid is going to stay up tonight studying 2pacs lyrics so he can pass his exams. With the loads of vain and cliché topics emphasized by artiste over the years, Sultan is clearly the nearest to Fela with lyrics that would likely form part of a school syllabus tomorrow. Our children would xray his 1st Album tagged KPSHEW… with classics such as Mathematics, Gengen, Koleyewon etc. You know that it was a tradition for him when you follow the consistency as the message is served fresh in all 5 of his albums. A few examples include Motherland from the album Text Book, Animal Farm from the 007 album, King of my country from the SS4 album and the current wave making 2010 from the just released back to the future album. Sultan has kept the light shining from the very 1st verse he delivered in 1995 on Baba Dee’s Governors daughter track till this very day.
Other act trailing closely in this category include Black face, Eldee the Don, Mode 9 and Tuface but it is Sound Sultan who is already a living legend on this basis.
Cobhams Asuquo: This man can make u say ‘God is great 10 times in 5mins from an encounter with his voice. Then they mess you up by telling you that he produced and wrote the song you are listening to. But before you lose your mind totally please take note that he played the instruments as well. Oh yes! The guitar, keyboard, you just name it. But please now know that he was born blind. Ok now you can go bunkers. Do u hate to read? This blind guy went into Unilag to study law. Are you scared of marriage? This young man said ‘I do’ to beautiful Veronica on Dec 2nd 2010. Are you trying to score an African hit as a producer? This man has awards for record sales in France. What kind of versatility do you need to have to via your production, satisfy the fans of DJINEE and that of Mode 9. Fans of Faze and fans of Street Monks, Fans of Asa and fans of Rooftop MC’s. He’s got that. Do you want to own your own business someday? Well meet ex head of Audio production for question mark studios and current CEO CAMP (Cobhams Asuquo Music Production ltd). Business with CAMP is done on that international scale as he is signed to SONY ATV (London) for publishing. There’s so much more but I guess the powers that be want to stay blind to the presence of this rare gem.
TU Face (Innocent Idibia) The singular reason why Tu Baba is on this list is because he is the only one who as a music act does not have fans but disciples. Tu face is the nearest you can get to the idea of a Nigerian Michael Jackson. I know a girl who while exchanging pleasantries with any stranger and introducing herself would not fail to add to her profession and name, the sentence ” .…and yes, I am a crazed Tuface fan” (No Joking). From the Senator to his wife and their daughter Rita in Unilag and their son John in Texas to Gabriel the family driver, everyone has Tuface as their favorite act. This love triples every time there is damaging news about him ranging from- you know what to- you know what. He can’t go wrong in many a quarters. He can start a riot without being physically present. 2 face is a mini god with a spiritual following. The followership is distinct and unusual and makes him a clear living legend. Let’s not fail to mention his intimidating humility.
Eldee The DON(Lanre Dabiri): Watching CNN refer to Genevieve Nnaji as Nigerias own Sharon Stone, I got fascinated by that and tried to find a Naija match in Hollywood stars. After an unopposed lecture, my friends agreed with me that there was only one P Diddy replica in Nigeria. The similarities went beyond the sharp carve of the hair and the shades. The components of my lecture exposed that only EL as a young star in his first year (Unilag 1996) had began what came to be the raps biggest family and a launching pad for carriers that still stare us in the face. Did u ask “like who?” OYA now. Row call: Sasha P, Freestyle, 2SHOTS, SID, Blaize, Lekushay. Sultan says Eldees business sense was frightening that early. While he (Sultan) was excited about going to the studio to record, Eldee was laying emphasis on having Sultan register a company so he could do business in the near future. El discovered the use of the Alaba machinery for distribution of CD’s. El designed and introduced the very first paper casing used for CD’s today as against the plastic cases obtainable then. His mothers faith in him was evident in the shock on T Joe’s face when El showed up with her support in the form of N250k for the project in 1999. He, like Puffy, has outlived all his protégés. Is the only married one from the entire crew with the most collection of consistent hits. What else should he please do to get some respect here. Fight a bull?
Asa: The venue was the French cultural centre in Ikoyi, Lagos and a popular comic act had just gotten on the stage after a bare footed dred- lock wearing tom boy had struggled to extract a weak round of applause from a scanty crowd with a performance alongside her guitar. The comedians opening remarks: “na hunger go beat this one commot for this music business”. That was some 6years ago and boy was he right. For indeed her hunger to explode would not stop beating her and it sent her out of the business that was confined to Nigeria and sent her out to the world of international music business. Becoming the official captain of the relay team running with Nigeria’s hope to someday come home with a grammy. The doom looming predictions of the comedian was shared by more than a handful as Asa’s genre of music stood out as not commercial but it was good music to all who had music trained ears.
She battled with that rejection, battled with an unfavorable record deal, battled with limited funds, battled with a system with little faith in her but she didn’t give in. She kept pushing WITHOUT WATERING DOWN her style just to eat for the moment at the sacrifice of quality (a very familiar story) . Today, Asa is an INTERNATIONAL STAR. Please take that to the bank because when you hear that Asa is on tour, she is NOT playing before 25 Nigerians in a small bar in Ukraine (another familiar story). She is actually before thousands who bought tickets in advance to go see a CONCERT PROPER.
The only female on our list. Asa is a living legend.
Uzodinma Okpechi: The leading, most developed and most professional sector of the entertainment industry today is the music video industry. It is ironically the youngest sector in terms of the new age rebirth that placed it at par with music videos from across the globe. Before Uzodinmamania invaded the industry, our music videos were huge jokes that were far from funny. The Lagos bar beach was officially the only location if you did not have flowers growing at your back yard. At great cost and with lots of suffered losses, Uzodinma changed all that. Pioneering the new age music video package as the new statement made by the artist and his record label. For months, material profit trailed behind passion, perfection and creativity on his scale of preference. When international music cable stations turned their attention to what Nigeria could offer, Uzo was the reason why we could proudly lay our cards down on the table. Quite instrumental to this development were directors like Shina Adedeji, DXF, Baba Dee, and a few others but Uzo led the pack as the first recipient of the award for best music video as a director at the Award for Musical Excellence in Nigeria (AMEN). While his recognition had broken his business interest into the corporate world and kept him a little out of circulation in the industry for which he jettisoned a career in medicine, we would not forget the moves with which he redefined the music video making business. Uzodinma Okpechi, a true Living Legend.
Opa Williams: Jokes apart, If you could count, and do arrive at the number 1,000 as the number of times that you have laughed to a joke told by a Nigerian comedian, then here’s the man to thank for the 1,000 laughs. His aim was to get you to have all one thousand laughs in one night. The first attempt to do that was greeted with a world record disaster. The auditorium in Unilag was filled to the brim with empty chairs. That wasn’t enough to stop Opa from creating an industry currently at the nucleus of Nigerian entertainment. Opa had with one project began to do the following.
* Discover Nigerias funniest talents
* Wear Comedy a corporate face
* Institutionalize comedy shows as annual festive events
* Create Jobs
* Enrich himself and more than a few others
Opa Williams was a lone ranger in a business where as far as we are concerned has till date only had passengers come on board a bus that ran on Opa’s drive as the only source of fuel for a long long time. It is painfully fallacious to dare talk about a King of Comedy and not let that name ‘Opa” come behind the title. Like all of our heroes, the tradition that made the man has been sustained over the years and is still flourishing. Today, with tens of industry children to his credit and over 15years of building the hypertension arresting aspect of Nigerian entertainment, this movie producer who we remember for giving us the movie ”Deadly Affair” is a Living Legend.
Jimmy Jatt: ’when people think say we dey mental, back then, na Jimmy Jatt na him dey give us instrumental’ … Tu face from the song stylee. Under those words lie the true picture of the man Jimmy. When rendering help was uncommon and tasking, Jimmy was the sure and last busstop. Show me an artist who was around when the youngsters began to invade this industry and did not get one form of assistance or the other from Jimmy and like Bongos I’ll show u a virgin in a maternity ward. All you needed to be given a chance with Jimmy was say you think you can do it. Infact I dare say that the era of collabos and artiest meeting each other was born with the first of Jimmys annual 2pac remembrance show held at “Water Parks” in 1996. All Jimmy was busy doing that day was making introductions. That evening he actually remembers saying “Plantation boys meet Trybesmen, Mode 9 meet Eldee, OXYGEN (Comprising of Slam, Paul Play Dairo, etc) meet Def O CLAN. Everybody built lots of friendships that would subsequently build the new world era of Naija music. Thanks to the one man who was there for everybody for roughly 2decades and still running strong not just behind but on top wheels of steel. Jimmy Jatt. Our Living Legend.
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Nigerian Breweries PLC brought American seasoned singer and producer, R. Kelly to Lagos for this year’s edition of the Star Mega Jam Concert.
The concert started five hours after the advertised time and just after midnight when the concert began, Kaffy the record breaking dancer/choreography was brought on stage – her performance to unknown songs fail to interest the crowd despite a very energetic dance routine.
Diamonds, KC Presh and Jukebox with the later leaving the crowd unimpressed.
Just afterward the Jukebox, the anchor introduced M.I. and the rapper gave is “worst performance ever”, a witness opined. The probaby exhausted rapper appeared on stage rapping to only the first verses of his songs, the uninspired set could not be revived by Jesse Jagz as the disgust from crowd could be ‘held’ and they left the stage in shame, is not exaggerating.
However, P Square came on next with a high energy performance though with the same dance routines fan have come to know.
Just after, some members of the crowd got some time to sleep on the floor and their chairs as the organizers had nothing happening on the stage for over 30 minutes.
R. Kelly then came on and like the headliner he has, he was the highpoint of the night.
The now-inspired crowd kept jamming with 9ice as he performed ‘gongo aso’ and Mo’hits after R. Kelly was done with his amazing performance.
Dbanj, Sound Sultan and Timaya advertised as part of the show were absent at the concert. However contrary to speculations that 10 persons died and over 20 were injured, NB Plc has released a statement addressing the situation that nobody dead..
It was a night of fun, glitz and glamour on Friday, September 24, 2010 as screen diva, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde treated fans and friends to a 5 star album launch event at the Eko Hotels.
Not minding the N100, 000 a table pass, dignitaries, fans and friends of Omotola and the press stormed the Eko hotels in droves for the album launch.
Roll call of dignitaries at the event include, a former governor of Ogun state, Chief Olusegun OSoba and his wife, representatives of the Delta and Ondo state governments, Abba Folawiyo, Florence Ita Giwa, Publisher of Ovation magazine and presidential hopeful, Dele Momodu, Professor Pat Utomi and wife, Mr. Ben Bruce.
Celebrities also came all out to support one of their own as popular entertainment personalities like award winning musician, Tuface Idibia, Dj Jimmy Jatt, Sasha, Ay, Ali Baba, Chidi Mokeme, Stella Damasus, Matse, Omawunmi were present at the event.
Opening the event was the King of Comedy himself, Ali Baba reeling out jokes for close to an hour. Ali Baba’s performance was followed by a presentation on the life and career of Omotola. The presentation, a videography, was dubbed The Journey. The video featured eminent personalities give their views on the actress cum musician, Omotola as a diva, mother, business woman and musician. Speaking on the virtues, talent and other enviable characteristics that the mother of four possess were, the CEO of Naija ninja, Sound Sultan; publisher of TW Magazine, Adesuwa Onyenekwe, Joke Silva and Segun Arinze.
Coming after the videography was the unveiling of the Video Stop The War, Stop The War, a song that centers on the effects of war on humanity and features award winning rapper Mode 9 moved the audience who couldn’t help but purge out emotions at the display of the trauma, plight and anguish of war torn areas and brilliant interpretation of the song. As if to further heighten the emotional atmosphere, a group of children came on stage with candles in a way typical of a candle light procession to perform to the song, Omotola soon emerge on stage to give the presentation a boost she thereafter performed two of her songs.
Ace comedian, Ayo Makun was next in line. He cracked enough ribs with a lot of jokes from his repertoire. A dance group Frankling Speaking followed suite as they mimed to some of Omotola’s songs.
The MC of the day, Ali Baba was in charge of the launching which saw dignitaries at the event promising to donate to the album. Talented musician, Tuface however donated a hundred thousand naira with Mabel Makun, the beautiful wife of Ay also following his step by donating a hundred thousand naira.
Omotola closed the night with several other performances and cutting of the cake; she announced to the delight of the audience of a new deal she has with an American firm to take up Stop The War.
As part of her album launch, Omotola also gave to the society and encouraged friends and fans to also give gifts to the less privileged in the society, this she did at her charity show, Give and Let Give which was held at Fantasyland, Ikoyi on Sunday 26th September. The event had several performances form upcoming and established artists. Artists at the event that was anchored by upcoming comedian Marvlous were Sound Sultan, Kore of the Olori Oko fame, Harrysong, Asha gangali.
Tonto Dikeh Was a Stripper To Tuface And Recuperating Terry G Teaches Tuface the ‘Alanta’ All in One Night.
The sunday 26th of September, Tuface was in concert with a live band and Lagos came out to watch him on stage as he reeled out his greatest hits all with a live band. From getting implicated, nobody holy pass and African queen to knock you off with Plantashun Boiz (there was a reunion with Blackface absent – sources inform he is Malaysia). It was indeed a night as energy and experience worked for the living legend – Tuface.
The high point was Tuface performing ‘Flex’ with Tonto Dikeh playing the stripper, She almost convinced the crowd that she was naked as she played a stripper wearing a skin-tight and colored suit beneath a white long sleeve. Also, Recuperating Terry G (who survived a recent accident) and Timaya came on stage to do the alanta as Tuface performed ‘Enter the place’ with Sound Sultan.
As Nigerian Idol makes to start auditions next month, Project Manager Chichi Nwoko told journalists in Lagos this week that “TV audiences and music fans should get set for the biggest musical talent show of 2010”
Weeks after the official announcement of the show by the organizers, rumors started making rounds on what to expect for the show. Names of likely judges and hosts were already flying around. Possible options for judges according to those in the know are Cobhams Asuquo, Darey Art Alade, Joke Jaiyesimi, Don Jazzy, Steve Babaeko, Jimmy Jatt, OJB, Sound Sultan and Wunmi Obe. While possible hosts are Michelle Dede, Dayo Ephraim, Andre Blaze, Oreka Goddis, Yvonne Ekwere and Jason Nwoga.
“I really can’t say for sure who is hosting, sponsoring or who the judges are, but we will announce sometime next week.” Nwoko assures
She continues, “What I can say as a matter of fact is that auditions will kick off in Abuja, Lagos, Calabar, and Enugu in October,”
Usually Idols has three judges (as in the US version) or four (in the European version). The producers of Nigerian Idol say viewers should expect three judges.
The Idols franchise has been the most successful all over the world. Most Nigerians are familiar with Idol Judges like Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul, Ellen DeGeneres, Pete Waterman, Nicki Chapman and Neil “DR” Fox.
Who will become judges for the first ever Nigerian Idol, and who out of them will play good or bad guy?