Pictures Of The Nigerian Music Producer Who Died In The United States
By Newsfinder | self meida writer
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Nigerian music producer, Ayorinde Faboro, professionally known as Dr Frabz is dead. According to reports, Dr Frabz was allegedly shot in the United States. Prior his death, Dr Frabz produced hit songs for the likes of Banky W, Wizkid, Dagrin, Naeto C, Omawunmi and others. Following the sad news about Dr Frabz death, some Nigerian musicians and celebrities have taken to their social media handles to express their condolences.
Popular Nigerian music producer, DJ Neptune, revealed on his verified twitter page that himself and Dr Frabz had big dreams but God knows best and he is grateful for the life Dr Frabz lived while on earth. DJ Neptune labelled Dr Frabz as a hero and that his legacy will continue to live on.
Another Nigerian music producer, Samklef revealed that he is sad to hear about the death of Dr Frabz and Nigeria has just lost a legendary music producer. Here are some pictures of Dr Frabz before his death.
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