Abass Akande Obesere
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Abass Akande Obesere, also known as Omo Rapala, is a native of Ibadan, the largest city in Nigeria. A popular Fuji musician, Obesere forced his way into the limelight through his "radical" songs, which openly touch on issues that are considered taboo in the conservative Yoruba community. Following the paths of other successful musicians such as Sikiru Ayinde Barrister, Obesere also has taken his own brand of Fuji music all over the world. He was initially signed with Sony Music but moved onto other labels after payment disputes. He is currently signed with Bayowa Records and Music, a Nigerian record label.
- "Live in EUrope"
- "Asakasa" (Sony)
- "O.B.T.K" (Sony)
- "Mr. Teacher" (Sony)
- "Omorapala Overthrow" (Dudu Heritage)
- "American Faaji Series 1&2" (Dudu Heritage)
- "His Excellency" (Bayowa)
- "Egungun Be Careful (Bayowa)
- "Apple Juice" (Bayowa)
- "Okokoriko" (Bayowa)
- "Obaadan" (Bayowa)
- "Effissy" (Corporate Pictures)
- "Confirmation" (Corporate Pictures)
- New Face
- Obesere ft. 9ice kilonso
- Xclusive Magazine interview with Obesere
- Obesere Moves Into Multi-million Naira New Home[dead link]
- Interview with Akande Obesere in Sun News
His latest album is called New face, released on the month of August, 2007. And currently he has changed his stage name to Mafioso of Fuji.
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