|Birth name||Akorede Babatunde Okunola Saheed|
|Also known as||King of Fuji,Olufimo,Matagbamole|
|Born||August 7 1969 (age 48–49)|
Ajegunle, Lagos, Lagos State, Nigeria
Saheed Osupa was born in the Mosafejo area of Ajegunle, Lagos State but grew up as a child in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State. His father, Moshood Ajiwere Layeye was a Wéré music artist and also an elder cousin of Fuji musician Ayinde Barrister.
Saheed Osupa went to Amuwo Odofin High School in Lagos, where he graduated in 1987. In 1992, he completed his National Diploma programme at The Polytechnic, Ibadan after studying Business Administration. He is an alumnus of the American International College where he studied Networking Operations.
Saheed Osupa started music professionally as a teenager in 1983. His first album was titled Fuji Fa Disco, Followed by Fuji Blues. He has released over 40 studio albums including a 4-in-1 studio album titled Mr. Music. In 2008 Saheed Osupa was declared the "King of Fuji Music" by Ayinde Barrister.
Hip hop music
Saheed Osupa is the HIP FUJI Creator, On 12 of June 2018 he released his first hip Fuji Album titled: Non Stop. On 20 December 2014 Saheed Osupa released a hip hop single titled "Vanakula" produced by K-Solo. On 13 April 2015, he released another K-Solo produced single titled "African Beauty" with vocals from Yetunde Omobadan. On 8 August 2015, he featured Seriki in another single titled "Womi".
Saheed Osupa has appeared in over 30 Yoruba films.
Rivalry with Wasiu Alabi Pasuma
|2015||"African Beauty" (Yetunde Omobadan)||TBA|
|2018||"Labodan" (Temitope Kush)||TBA|
|"Awon Temi" Ft Temitope Kush||TBA|
- Fuji Fadisco
- Fuji Blues
- Fuji Demonstration
- Master Blaster
- Stainless Fuji
- Fuji Boggie
- Shuffle Solo
- Hot Shot
- New Edition (Shuffle Solo 11)
- Big Daddy
- London Delight
- African Delight
- American Fuji Slide
- World Tour
- London Extra
- Respect and Reliable - 2 in 1
- Fuji Icon
- Endorsement - 3 in 1
- Mr. Music - 4 in 1
- Marriage Affair
- Euro Splash
- Time Factor
- Turn By Turn
- The Main Man
- Tested and Trusted - 2 in 1
- Lord of Music - 2 in 1
- Transparency and Transformation - 2 in 1
- New Dawn - 2 in 1
- New resolution
- Pacesetter 2017
- Non Stop 2018
- Dynamism (Monday 13/8/2018)
- Eni Eleni
- Ero Sese Koowe
- Ese Mefa Laye
- Ose Maami
- Ashiru Ejire
- Onibara Ogunjo
- Iku Oba
- Igba Iwase
- Agbeere Oju
Awards and nominations
|2013||FIBAN Awards||Best Fuji Artist||Nominated|
|Yoruba Academy Awards||Best Musician in an Acting Role||Won|
|2015||City People Entertainment Awards||Best Fuji Musician of the Year||Won|
|Nigerian Achievers Award 2015||Best Fuji Music Artist||Nominated|
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