Nomoreloss’ Body Committed To Mother Earth

NomorelossThe body of veteran Nigerian singer and songwriter, Nomoreloss, has been committed to mother earth on Friday.

Nomoreloss, whose birth name was Olumuyiwa Osinuga, was buried at the Ikoyi cemetery in Lagos State, Nigeria’s commercial city.

Family, friends and showbiz practitioners were present at the funeral to pay their last respects to the singer while they lent their support to his wife and daughter.

The talented artiste was confirmed dead on Monday, March 21, after battling an illness since January.

Aged 39, he has contributed immensely to the growth of the Nigerian music industry and his death would be felt by the industry.

After his death was made known, Twitter was awash with condolences from people in the music industry, his fans and other sympathisers.

Nomoreloss Passes On After Brief Illness

NomorelossTalented Nigerian singer and songwriter, Olumuyiwa Osinuga, popularly known as ‘Nomoreloss’ has passed on.

The veteran artiste was confirmed dead on Monday, March 21, after battling an illness since January.

He has contributed immensely to the growth of the Nigerian music industry and his death would be felt by the industry.

After his death was made known, Twitter was awash with condolences from people in the music industry, his fans and other sympathisers.

MTV Base West Africa wrote:

Some of Nomoreloss’ popular songs are Iyawo Asiko, Ololufe, Ojuri and So Sorry.

Nomoreloss Cautions Musicians That Disrespect Fans

Nigerian musician Muyiwa Oshinuga popularly known as Nomoreloss has said that he has always loved music and its one thing he knows how to do best.

Speaking on Channels Television breakfast show Sunrise, Nomoreloss who studied Economics in the university said he hated musicians in his days in school because most musicians had an air around them.

He also added that he still dislikes some musicians because of the way they treat their fans.

He said that most musicians do not invest in developing upcoming singers that would take after them but that they are only after fame. He advised that musicians should set platforms or mediums in training people.