Glo Naija Sings (Season 2)

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Hi ya… I am back again this time with a different reality series, Glo Naija Sings season 2.

As usual, I will bring you my weekly musing on the show and this will be coming through late Mondays.

Before that, it won’t hurt to go a bit back because it looks like I have been in the back of a truck the beginning of this show and have some catching up to do, and I am guessing, so do you!

About the show:
This is all about who has what it takes… vocally, to win USD 100, 000 grand prize.

The show – a ‘never-been-done-before’ competition for Nigeria’s brightest and boldest vocal talent.  started in 2009, originally Naija sings now Glo Naija Sings. Open to a wide range of musical acts, from sensational soloists to divine duos and groovy groups of up to five people, and the winner or winners (for groups) are guaranteed a stepping stone into the music business in addition to the grand prize.

Once again this year, Glo Naija Sings will be co-produced for M-Net by Storm360 Ltd and Never Machine, and will embrace different musical genres, including Hip Hop, Reggae, R&B, African American classics, African legends and Afrobeat.

It started with picking the entrants from seven cities across Nigeria (Lagos, Port Harcourt, Enugu, Kano, Calabar, Benin City and Abuja), with each town putting their best 10 up on stage to vie for a place in the semi-final. Leaving it to the judges and audience to decide their fate.

After that, the best upcoming singers will take part in the semi-final showdown, and then it’s all up to the audiences to vote to keep their favourites in the running and to take these performers to the final early December 2010.

By the way, renowned Nigerian radio personality and music industry expert Olisa Adibua will be taking on a role as presenter/host of M-Net’s Glo Naija Sings once again;  legendary Nigerian musical icon Tosin Martins will play a central role in the production as a key judge travelling from auditions in the different cities to the Top 10 stage, which is set to be filmed in Lagos. Also joining them is singer/songwriter, businessman and music producer Ayorinde Ilori Faboro, a.k.a Dokta Frabz, as the Musical Director on Glo Naija Sings, whose most critical task is to provide music guidance and vocal training to the contestants as they approach the all-important Top 10 stage of the series. So get familiar!

Olisa, Tosin Martins & Dr Frabz

Meet your Top 10 – Now Top 8:

Meet your Top 10

Boma: Started singing as a kid and thinks she deserve your vote because she brings something fresh, new and exciting to the show.

Voting No: 1; Age: 22; Home-town: Bonny


Casey: A student with a Diploma in Music from Nnamdi Azikwe University and proud to be part of Glo Naija Sings because of the platform and opportunity it has given him.

Voting No: 2; Age: 27; Home-town: Warri


Da Brodas: Jeff is the youngest finalist on Glo Naija Sings teamed with older brother Fred, an undergraduate student at K.S.U

Voting No: 3; Ages: Jeff 14 and Fred 20; Home-town: Ibaji

Da Brodas

Ekeng: In as much as he isn’t quite sure when he started singing, he can recall his first stage performance at the age of 9. He says it feels like heaven when he is on stage singing.

Voting No: 4; Age: 27; Home-town: Calabar


Najite: Been singing from a young age and is in the competition because she feels she has something which the world has got to see and hear.

Voting No: 5; Age: 23; Home-town: Sapele


Moses (Voted out): Moses auditioned to take a chance to make his dreams come true and thinks we should vote for him because he has a wonderful personality and a unique voice… too bad he didn’t stay long enough to prove that 🙁

Age: 19; Home-town: Aniocha South


Niniola (Dropped out): She auditioned for Glo Naija Sings to show the world the passion she has for music, and to entertain people. She feels blessed when she sings.

Age: 25; Home-town: Ilejemeje

Peace: Peace has been singing since the age of 5 and entered the competition because she feels the show is a place for her to express what has been hidden in her for years.

Voting No: 8; Age: 24; Home-town: Umoji


Rasine: Always loved singing, started seriously about 3 and half years ago. Rasine feels connected to the world when she sings.

Voting No: 9; Age: 17; Home-town: Abi


Shedrack: He has been singing since he was 7 and entered Glo Naija Sings to show the world what he has to offer- musically and otherwise.

Voting No: 10; Age: 25; Home-town: Islala Mbano


The Guest judges so far have been Ibiyemi and Ego since the start of the Top 10.

Before I leave you to watch today’s own, below is the schedule and how to vote for your favourites.

M-Net west: Sundays at 21:00 CAT (from 19 September until 5 December)
M-Net East: Sundays at 20:00 CAT (from 19 September until 5 December)

Sundays at Midnight CAT
Wednesdays at 22:30 CAT

Mondays and Thursdays at 19:00 CAT

Voting opens after the Sunday night show and closes on Thursdays at Midnight.

The dedicated numbers for each contestant are:

1 – Boma
2 – Casey
3 – Da Brodas
4 – Ekeng
5 – Naijite
6 – Moses
7 – Niniola
8 – Peace
9 – Rasine
10 – Shedrack

There are four ways you can vote:

1. Via the Website
You can vote once per hour per registered email address. Voting on the website is free.

2. Via the Wapsite
Type into your mobile browser and start voting. You can vote once per hour and voting via WAP is free.

3. Via Mobile
In Nigeria
: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to 33364.

NB: Mobile voting is exclusive to Glo subscribers and SMS cost N50.00.

In the Benin Republic: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to 7099.

NB: Mobile voting is exclusive to Glo subscribers and SMS cost CFA150 .

Outside Nigeria and Benin: Text just THE NUMBER that corresponds to your favourite contestant to 2783142100400. This is open to all networks – international SMS rates apply.

You can vote up to 100 times per mobile number during each voting period.

4. Via MXit
Open your mobile phone’s browser and type in to download MXit for free. Then locate MXit on your phone under the applications or games section and register. Once in MXit, go to Tradepost>Entertainment>MNET and then add the Naija Sings Voting contact.

Voting on MXit is free and you can vote up to 10 times per voting period.

That’s it for now…

PS: If you have been watching X-factor or American Idol, this is even better. Why? Because it’s made in 9ja and as real and “clean” as the rest of them!

… So tune in! 🙂



I am just not something you are used to. In few words, you really need to get into my world to know me, but well…what a small world! Just a hint… don’t be so quick to judge ☺. You can email me at


  1. wow i like the way nigerians are occupying their youths and my goodness those guys are good.i am dying behind the voice of Casse, Peace and the Brodas

  2. I am a lover of reality show,i watched nija sings last year and it was wonderful.This year i noticed that the residential judge Tosin Martins is adding alot of sentiment to the programme which i realy dont like,o two occasions now,if u like Rasine u should not make it known to the public its just too obvoius…..haba cos she 16yrs so wat.Also wonder y the viewers r they realy voting and is der vote realy counting cos by now Rasine should be @ home and Peace.Tosin pls be truthful to the contestant abeg,viewrs pls lets vote and vote right.

  3. How can Ekeng,Moses and Najite go home before Peace and Rasine something is so wrong ve been voting dat means my vote doesnt count.I voted uti and he won BBA5,now am voting DA BRODAS since they r d best in d house and they must WIN,if Rasine should win its from Tosin Martins cos she was the low lightw yesterday ans Tosin could not say it,i wonder wat is happening.pls Viewrs vote well vote wisely and vote for the best.Thanks
    Regards toksyb4u

  4. its a pity AFRICA that we cant be truthful.we all know that DA BRODAS were the best this night as well as all through the show ,how come they did not win,its not fare at all. too poor

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