Late Singer, Lanre Fasasi, a.k.a Sound Sultan, asked Nigerians to praise individuals while alive.
This was his keep going allure on his Instagram before he kicked the bucket on Sunday of throat malignancy
Sound Sultan said it was important to offer honors to individuals while they were alive rather than in the afterlife.
Topriseglobal reports that in an assertion by his sibling, Mr. Kayode Fasasi, in the interest of the family, Sound Sultan kicked the bucket at 44 years old.
The assertion added that the late vocalist and lyricist was made due by his better half, three youngsters, and his kin.
The assertion peruses: “It’s anything but a hefty heart that we declare the death of Multi-skilled veteran artist, rapper, lyricist, Onlanrewaju Fasasi a.k.a Sound Sultan.
“He died at 44 years old after a hard-took on conflict with “Angioimmunoblastic T-cell Lymphoma“.
“He is made due by his significant other, three kids, and his kin. We, his family like the most extreme security as we grasp this disastrous misfortune.”
Sound Sultan’s allure was on top of Patoranking’s most recent single: “Celebrate Me“, which additionally approached individuals to give all fundamental awards while individuals were as yet alive and not in the afterlife.
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Sound Sultan was brought into the world to Mr. also, Mrs. Fasasi Liadi Alarape. He had five kin, including Baba Dee, who is an alum of Theater Arts.
The performer was an alum of Lagos State University, from where he got a degree in Geography and Regional Planning in 1999.
In 1999, Sultan had won a few nearby ability chase shows, which assisted him with delivering his presentation single named: “Jagbajantis” in the year 2000.
Following the single achievement, the artist proceeded to deliver other hit melodies and teamed up with a portion of his mark mates.
The ruler was endorsed to the record name Kennis Music at the time until 2007 when his agreement with Kennis terminated.
The artist later began his own record name called, Naija Ninjas with his sibling, Baba Dee.
The artist was a companion to Haitian Rapper/Actor Nel Ust Wyclef Jean.
Ruler highlighted close by Nigerian artists like Faze and 2face Idibia in Wyclef’s melody “Welcome to Haiti: Creole 101“.
He likewise worked together with Wyclef on two different tunes named: “People Bad” (2012) and “King of My Country” (2009).
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