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29 Jul 2021
Nigerian Entertainment Conference (NECLive), in collaboration with The Fasasi family, friends, colleagues and fans of Sound Sultan held an evening of music, poetry, dance, comedy and talk, in honour and celebration of Olanrewaju ‘Sound Sultan’ Fasasi. This special event, which was held at Terra Kulture, Lagos, celebrated the extraordinary talent of the late singer, Sound Sultan whose notable contributions can be seen in music, film, basketball and creative art. Tribute events organised by friends of the beloved late icon was hosted simultaneously in London, New York and Atlanta.
14 Jul 2021
Nigeria's basketball team honoured the late Sound Sultan in their friendly game against Australia early Wednesday morning.
14 Jul 2021
We still can’t believe that Sound Sultan has passed away. He will be sorely missed!

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