Friday, 25 March 2016

Nigerian Musician, Nomoreloss died of Typhoid in Lagos

Multi-talented singer and comedian, Olumuyiwa Osinuga popularly known as Nomoreloss is dead. Nomoreloss, who is known for his hit songs, ‘Iyawo Asiko’ and ‘Let Them Say” died at an undisclosed hospital in Opebi, Lagos. The talented singer was said to have been diagnosed with Typhoid fever.

Confirming the news of his death, the singer’s manager, Joyce Ize Iyamu said: “The news is true, but I don’t have all the details yet. The family will make an official statement disclosing what happened.” Although the cause of his death is yet to be ascertained, a source close to the deceased said, he has been sick since the beginning of the year. 

Nomoreloss hit the limelight in 2002, after he featured in Ruggedman’s classic cut ‘Ehen’. Prior to that, he was a presenter on the music TV show ‘Groovoidz.’ In 2006, he released his debut album, ‘Let Them Say’, and in 2015, he released his ‘Grass to Grace’ song. He wrote Jaywon’s hit song, ‘This Year’, in 2012. In 2014, he dropped the albums; ‘Standing, and ‘Then and Now.’ Many of his colleagues have been expressing their condolences through their social media handles. He will be greatly remembered for his priceless role as the coordinator of the Save OJB Campaign during OJB’s kidney crisis.

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