Born Oluwashina Akanbi Peters in Ogun State,Peters' career in music began at a young age when he played with friends under the handle Olushina and His Twelve Fantastic Brothers.
The Afro-juju maestro, who rose to fame in the late 80s, has a catalog of songs that have become a precious part of Yoruba culture and tradition.
Played during naming and wedding ceremonies, housewarming, birthdays, burials and other occasions, his songs provide the vibes that mobilise society, promoting unity and love.
Viewers can expect the veteran musician to bring the best of his art on screen, delighting them with his signature dance moves.
The Ibadan, Oyo State-born thespian, who is a very close friend of Sir Shina Peters anchored the show to the delight of guests as he revealed shocking details about the Afro-juju maestro.
Dare Best-Alabi to kick-started the event of the day with a quick revelation of details of SSP’s life. After a stunning revelation of the mysterious birth of the singer as he said the singer was in his mother’s womb for 3 years before he was born.
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