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He also introduced the business to his son "Barry Showkey" who is popular in the industry.
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He mentored many Fuji artists who as at today has been a strong pillar that hold the Industry from dilapidating.
Since Dr. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister kicked the bucket a decade ago, there has be battle of supremacy among the Superstar Fuji Musicians, basically on who be the next king of Fuji after Dr. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister died, or who to fill the position that the late Dr. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister left behind.
Ever since the influx of hip hop in Nigeria, people have been gradually shifting their attention to listening to hip hop music because of the civilization it entails and the vibes that far surpass Fuji's.
But these Superstar Fuji Musicians were blinded by the battle of supremacy between them, instead of rather focussing on thinking of a way on how Fuji will continue to breath even if they retired from it.
There are promising upcoming Fuji Artists that are struggling to enter the industry, but there is no one to promote them, even some of their names have already faded in our memories, forgotten that they one reigned.
If they are also threading on the path that hip hop superstars thread by promoting many of their promising upcoming artiste for their name not to fade away when those artists started to reign, or making sure the Industry not to go into extinction, we would have conclude that the Fuji will stay far beyond our expectations.
Now, the Question is, If It Goes On Like This, Will The Industry Not Go Into Extinction?
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