2Baba Visits Late Sound Sultan’s Grave

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2Baba Visits Late Sound Sultan’s Grave

Popular Nigeria singer,
Innocent Idibia, professionally known as 2baba, during the weekend visited the
gravesite of the late legendary singer, Sound Sultan.

Recall that Sound Sultan whose
real name is Olanrewaju Fasasi, passed away in July last year after battling
Angioimmunoblastic T-Cell Lymphoma.

Sound Sultan is survived by
his wife, Farida Fasasi, and their three children.

2baba in a video posted on his
Instagram account on Monday, had the company of other friends of the late
singer while they paid tribute to the deceased by laying flowers on the tomb

Speaking on his tribute to the
late singer, 2baba wrote, “Went to pay my respect to my brother Sound Sultan.
With my brothers @emmaugolee @amfrankiej @blackahrank.

“July 11, world Sultan day.
Blessed #grateful #warrior. We miss you my dear friend @soundsultan. Olanrewaju
Fasasi. Bless up.”

See the post below:

The talented singer who was
diagnosed with throat cancer died in the United States at the age of 44.

The late singer’s music career
started in 1991 and released his first single “Jagbajantis” in 2000 which
became a massive hit in Nigeria.

After independently releasing
other singles and featuring in hit songs of other artists, he was signed by
Kennis Music before moving to Naija Ninjas which he started with his brother
Baba Dee.

 

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