Late singer Nomoreloss wife Phoenix Osinuga, dead

The wife of late singer, Nomoreloss, Phoenix Osinuga is dead.
The On-Air personality who had been suffering from fibromyalgia since 2016 reportedly succumbed to the disease.
Fibromyalgia is a rheumatic condition characterized by muscular or musculoskeletal pain with stiffness and localized tenderness at specific points on the body.
Back in 2017, friends and colleagues of the Rhythm FM OAP, took to social media to solicit for funds to help get her back to her feet.
Osinuga was married to Nomoreloss, who passed away in 2016 after a short battle with Pneumonia.
Nomoreloss was an icon in the Nigerian entertainment scene and he was mourned by everyone as he touched so many lives in his short time on earth.
His journey into music began in 2002 when he assisted rapper Ruggedman with the chorus of his humorous rap song, Ehen, which lampooned the industry then reigning “bigwigs”, bringing them to book for their obvious lack of originality.
This was followed by his foray into music videos, directing videos for the likes of Lexy Doo, Folake Umosen, Jah Borne and Cimion.
In 2006, he released his first album, Let Them Say, a title reminiscent of one of King Sunny Ade’s song, which had 16 tracks among which were his big hits, Iyawo Asiko and Ololufe. Iyawo Asiko, with an accompanying humorous video, sampled and modernised the late Orlando Owoh’s Iyawo Olele, one of the classic highlife songs that spoke to ills that troubled family and society.
The music style of Nomoreloss was a delectable cocktail of possibilities blending rhythm and blues with a variety of genres, especially, highlife, reggae and a lot of jazz.

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