NBC's “Songland” returns April 13 with an all-new lineup and new panel of musical judges.

Producers Shane McAnally, Ester Dean and Ryan Tedder are excited for viewers to watch the premiere, Billboard reported.

“We can’t wait to do new music,” Dean said.

Meet the all-star panel of judges for Season 2 of “Songland.”

Lady Antebellum

The Country music group is best known for their 2009 hit, “Need You Now.”


The pop star and rapper dominated the early 2000s with hits like “Yeah!” “Love in this Club,” and “DJ Got Us Fallin’ in Love.” He also recently made a guest appearance in the 2019 Oscar-nominated film, “Hustlers.”

Boyz II Men

Boyz II Men have been around since the late 80s, made popular by their R&B, hip-hop style music like “End of the Road” (1991) and “On Bended Knee” (1994).


Gabriella Wilson, or better known by her stage name “H.E.R.” is most popular for her 2017 song, “Best Part” alongside Daniel Caesar, and her 2009 appearance on Radio Disney’s “Next Big Thing.”

Julia Michaels

Michaels is best known for her debut single, “Issues” released in January 2017. She followed that with the January 2018 release of her other popular song, “Heaven.”

Ben Platt

The breakout star of “Pitch Perfect” and most recently Netflix’s “The Politician” will be a judge this season.

Martina McBride

One of the few country singers in the group, McBride has hits like 2003’s “This One’s for the Girls,” and 1997’s “Valentine.”

Luis Fonsi

The 41-year-old Puerto Rican singer became a household name after the release of the “Despacito” remix with Daddy Yankee and Justin Bieber.

Florida Georgia Line

The country band, also known by their real names Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, rose to fame in 2012 after their hit single “Cruise.”

Bebe Rexha

Rexha and her co-judges Florida Georgia Line are not strangers. They have worked together in the past on the duet “Meant to Be,” released in 2017.

Season 2 of “Songland” premieres April 13 at 10 p.m. ET on NBC.

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“Songland,” featuring Ryan Tedder, Ester Dean, Shane McAnally, is coming back for Season 2. Trae Patton/NBC