His’ vocal dexterity carried him through the auditions, theatre week, and then straight to the Nigerian Idol Top 12 despite the fact that his range stood out among many of his peers.
Progress knew he wanted to be a singer after attending a musical competition when he was 16 years old.
For Progress Nigerian Idol 2022’s biggest supporter would have been his mother, who had passed away, and his favourite moment from Theatre Week would have been moving to the top ten.
He hopes that Nigerians will be captivated by his voice and personality. See why he thinks he’ll be the next Nigerian Idol in this video. Progress knew he wanted to be a singer after attending a musical competition when he was 16 years old.
Progress is inspired by Jonathan McReynolds. Having emerged as the winner of the Nigerian Idol Season 7, he is also looking forward to meeting the people who have influenced his musical career.
Watch Moment Progress Earned A Golden Ticket;’
An excerpt from Progress’ Interview in Nigerian Idol 2022 reads:
Most Proud? “My mom who is already late, this has been her prayer point”
Theatre Week Moment? “Going through the live show and being part of the 12″
Favourite Judge? “I love all the judges, I would pick D’Banj if I’m asked to pick one”
If your life were a song? “I’m not lucky, I am loved”
Why Are You the Next Idols? “I’m your next idol because I have all it takes to be a Nigerian Idol”
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