Nigerian Entertainment Today gathered that the singer was hospitalized two weeks ago after being diagnosed of Typhoid. We’re told he was discharged and recuperating before the relapse this morning, March 21, 2016 that sadly led to his death.
Our correspondent reached out to his manager, Joice Ize Iyamu who confirmed that the multi-talented entertainer is indeed dead.
‘It’s true, I don’t have all the details yet. He died this morning at his house in Lagos. I’m sorry I can’t talk too much at the moment’, she told NET.
Born in Lagos in the 70s, Nomoreloss attended A.D.R.A.O. International school in Victoria Island for his primary and secondary education.
When he discovered his love for music, he began studying the rudiments of music from one of Nigeria’s finest instrumentalist and jazz saxophonist KUNLE AJAYI.
He launched his career as a rapper while in high school before switching to become a singer. He was at different times, a comedian, band leader, event planner, compere, director and talent manager.
Many colleagues say he was one of the most gifted entertainers of his generation.
Nomoreloss will be greatly remembered for the role he played as the cordinator of the ‘Save OJB campaign’ during OJB Jezreeel’s kidney ailment in 2013.
Some of the his popular songs include ‘Iyawo Asiko’, ‘Oro Re’, ‘Ololufe’ and others. He was also sang the hook in Ruggedman’s famous track ‘Ehen pt 1’.
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