Festac 77 –  May 29th A New Dawn Nigerians Clamor For Sunny Ade to Sing on the 29th
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Festac 77 – May 29th A New Dawn Nigerians Clamor For Sunny Ade to Sing on the 29th

Festac 2023 Welcome Welcome Ladies n Gentlemen .
Someone Tell me KSA will not Sing on May 29 !
but if he doesnt here it is all Elu P 77 of it ! Watch Download keep for 2077 ?
Our Quiet Chop Life Fela ?
ps for the young bloods KSA does not mean kingdom of South Africa … King Sunny Ade ! Nigeria’s Bono
What year was King Sunny Ade nominated for Grammy?
King Sunny Ade is one of the most influential Juju musicians in Nigeria. He has been nominated twice for the Grammy Awards for two different albums. He was nominated for the Best Ethnic or Traditional Folk Recording for the album “Syncro System” in 1984 and Best World Music Album for “ODU” in 1999.1 Feb 2023
What is King Sunny Ade known for?
juju music
King Sunny Ade, original name Sunday Adeniyi, (born September 22, 1946, Oshogbo, Nigeria), Nigerian popular musician in the vanguard of the development and international popularization of juju music—a fusion of traditional Yoruba vocal forms and percussion with Western rock and roll.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
King Sunny Adé
King Sunny Ade.jpg
Background information
Birth name Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye
Born 22 September 1946 (age 76)
Ondo, Southern Region, British Nigeria (now Ondo, Ondo State, Nigeria)
Genres Jùjú, African pop
Occupation(s) Singer, musician
Years active 1960s–present
Labels Island Records, Sunny Alade, I.R.S., Provogue, African Songs, Sigma Park, Master Disk
Chief Sunday Adeniyi Adegeye MFR (born 22 September 1946), known professionally as King Sunny Adé, is a Nigerian jùjú singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist.[1] He is regarded as one of the first African pop musicians to gain international success, and has been called one of the most influential musicians of all time.[2][page needed]

Sunny Adé formed his own backing band in 1967,[3] eventually known as his African Beats. After achieving national success in Nigeria during the 1970s and founding his own independent label, Sunny Adé signed to Island Records in 1982 and achieved international success with the albums Juju Music (1982) and Synchro System (1983); the latter garnered him a Grammy nomination, a first for a Nigerian artist. His 1998 album Odu also garnered a Grammy nomination. Sunny Adé currently serves as chairperson of the Musical Copyright Society of Nigeria.

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