FATAI AKANBI A.K.A VALENTINE IN SOUTH AFRICA

FATAI AKANBI A.K.A VALENTINE IN SOUTH AFRICA

Fatai Akanbi Iyanda, the rising Fuji music wizkid otherwise known as Valentine, needs little or no introduction in the Fuji genre of Nigerian music industry. Ever since the American based artiste made a return to Nigeria with his debut album titled ‘Obalola’ in 2003, the name Valentine seems to have found its way on the lips of Fuji music lovers.

Although, much has not been read about the younger brother of the acclaimed paramount King of Fuji, Abass Akande Obesere,

Nigerian musician, Abass Akande Obesere is one of the most prominent acts performing the indigenous genre of music known as Fuji. Obesere has been in the industry for decades with numerous albums. His younger brother, Fatai Akanbi Iyanda known as Valentine years ago followed his brother’s footsteps and has also made a name for himself among Fuji lovers. Valentine was also the official musician for Lagos governor, Akinwunmi Ambode’s 2015 campaign.

Valentine arrived in Pretoria, the capital city of South Africa early hours this morning, he will perform live in Luliluli hotel tonight and so many places around the country.

During the one on one interview with the music legend, he pleads to his fans in South Africa to come out in numbers to come and support him.

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