1. Alhaji Ayinde Sikiru Barrister Alhaji Ayinde Sikiru Barrister was a popular Fuji musician that entertained Fuji music lovers in the past. He was the founder of the popular Yoruba music, Fuji, and had large followers in his days. He died on the 16th of December 2010, at the age of 62 years, in a London hospital.
Photo Credit: naijatunez.com Without any fear of contradiction, King (Dr.) Saheed Okunola simply known as Saheed Osupa is one of the best artistes the Fuji music industry has seen. Because his is extremely talented. As, apart from most of his albums being profoundly loaded with messages, most of them are even evergreen that generations to come would still treasure, like this current generation is doing with the music of Apala legends likes of Ayinla Omowura, Haruna Ishola, Yusuf Olatunji and the rest of them.
Apala music is one of the very popular Yoruba indegenous genre of music. In fact, before the advent of Fuji music, Apala was said to be the main music brand of Yoruba socialites. And, that was the era when the likes of late Yusuf Olatunji otherwise called Baba L'egba, late Haruna Ishola also known as Baba N Gani Agba, and late Ayinla Omowura also called Eegun Magaji, were all still alive and spreading the gospel of Apala music across the length and breath of Nigeria, as the main artistes on the scene.
Top 10 Nigerian Musicians Whose Songs Are Source Of Inspiration To The Present Musicians Nigeria is a country blessed with countless numbers of talented musicians. Many of them have developed the country through their music, and they have added tremendous fame to the country's reputation. Many of these musicians have died, while many are still alive. In this article, I will expose you to some of these beautiful musicians whose songs are a source to the present Nigerian musicians. This means that many of these
Popular Nigerian Fuji Musician and Actor, Akorede Babatunde Okunola professionally known as King Saheed Osupa come on the biggest photos and videos sharing Network Instagram to share a new post. In the post, King Saheed Osupa shared a photo of the daughter of Late Haruna Ishola, Mrs. Mistura Adegbemisola Musari (Nee Haruna-Ishola) on his official Instagram page to celebrates her as she added another year today 26th of August 2020. King Saheed Osupa shared a photo of the celebrant, Mistura Adegbemisola Musari
Few leaves I have so far read in 'Ayinla Omowura: The Life And Times of An Apala Legend', are dotted with lessons much enough to guide the living. One important or the most important of those lessons is the need for us to live life easy to enjoy our life. None of us will see end of life. Life will see end of all of us. If you choose, live as if you would be here forever. You shall be shocked. Omowura was shocked at just 47. Here was a man who broke into limelight and did all, I mean, all he could to rem
1. Chief fela sowande Chief fela sowande is popularly referred to as the father of modern music in Nigeria, he is also one of the most recognized Nigeria musicians and composer during his days, chief fela sowande was a professor and also holds a chieftain title as the bariyo of Lagos. 2. Yusuf Olatunji 3 Yusuf Olatunji, also known as baba legba he was a Nigeria Sakara drum player, who popularized the Samara music style. He pioneered the Samara music style and was the likes of batile a lake took on the f
Written by TheKayodeBadmus We have earlier read the first part of the different times Nigerians have been faced with scandalous dramas between record companies and their signed artistes. Here is the conclusion. This final part carries some grandiloquent sagas including the infamous battle between legendary Apala musician, Haruna Ishola and his one time business associate. 11. May D Vs Psquare's Square Records Akinmayokun Awodumila better known as May D was having a rollercoaster period of his life riding in
Introduction; Apala is a music type initially created by the Yoruba individuals of Nigeria, during the nation's history as a settlement of the British Empire. It is a percussion-based style that started in the late 1930s. The rhythms of apala developed increasingly complex after some time, affected by Cuban music and in the end turned out to be very well known in Kannada. It has become less strict focused after some time. Instruments include a rattle (sekere), thumb piano (agidigbo) and a ringer (agogô),
Haruna Ishola Bello M.O.N. (honorary title, Member of the Order of the Niger (1919–1983) was a Nigerian musician, and one of the most popular artists in the apala genre. In the decades leading up to Nigerian independence in 1960, apala music developed when amateur musicians would play to arouse the faithful after the long fast of Ramadan. Born in the town of Ijebu-igbo to the family of Bello Adeleye. Ishola lost his father when he was a young boy and later lived with a family friend, Yusuf Black who work
Biography Died 9 November 1983 (aged None) Haruna Ishola Bello was a native of Ijebu-Igbo in the present day Ogun state of south west geo-political zone (born 1919) was a Nigerian musician, and one of the most popular artist in the apala genre. A music for the elites of those days. In the decades leading up to Nigerian independence in 1960, apala music developed when amateur musicians would play to arouse the faithful after the long fast of Ramadan. Born in the town of Ijebu-igbo, Haruna Ishola began record
Cuban Singer Veronica Vega has sampled the hit song of Legendary Nigerian Apala Singer Haruna Ishola on “A Million” featuring Quavo The sample comes from his Hit song Ishe Oluwa Koseni Toye, which was used as the Intro. Veronica vega who has appeared on Love and Hip Hop Miami isnt new to the music scene as she was known for her breakout single “Wicked,” featuring Pitbull. Introducing Veronica Vega is a singer, rapper and dancer. Vega was born and raised in Hialeah, Florida to a Cuban father and Vene