As at that time, we were just playing music, not knowing what the future held for us. How He Adopt Pasuma In his own words below. Wasiu Alabi Pasuma (November 27, ), also known as "Oganla", is a Nigerian film actor and Fuji musician. Pasuma was born on 27 November at Mushin in Lagos. Pasuma Fuji singer's first daughter comes of age. Popular Fuji musician, Wasiu Alabi Pasuma 's first child and daughter, Wasilat Ajibola has come of age. His last album, not included on the earlier list — feel it and role model- is still toping music charts in Nigeria. When he first used the word during rehearsal session, I asked him the meaning, he simply told me it was a slang he picked up somewhere.
Popularly called Pasuma, his real name is Wasiu Alabi Ajibola Odetola. Biography Of Wasiu Alabi Pasuma He was born on the 27th of November biography to the family of the Odetolas in Mushin, Lagos State, Nigeria.
Alabi Pasuma came into limelight in when he released his 1st album titled Recognition. His 2nd album titled Choices was released in In yearan ajibo,a titled Orobokibo earned him The Best Fuji Artiste of the year award.Alh. Wasiu Alabi Pasuma For "DUBLIN BIG GIRLS "
In yearhe had a musical pal named Adeola Omotayo, the CEO of Heavy Sounds. He was the one who gave him the name.
After that encounter, I spent several nights thinking about the name Pasuma and eventually deciding to adopt it and adding wonder instead of strong. My feeling then was, if the biography is that good, maybe, it could bring me luck.
My Life Before Orobokibo Album Before the release of the chart buster Orobokibo, I was biography any other Fuji artist on the streets of Mushin.
As at that time, we were just playing music, not knowing what the future held for us. My Life Before Orobokibo Album Hear him in his own words how his life changed after an album titled Orobokibo After the release of Orobokibo, my whole life changed, though it did not come to me as a surprise.
In my early days, there were pointers to what God had bography store for me, as I was loved everywhere I performed. But it will be most unfair if I should take credit for the slang Orobokibo, because that word was created by one of my back-up vocalists.
When he first used the word during rehearsal session, I asked him the meaning, he simply told me it was a biography he picked up somewhere. Somehow that slang caught on and went on to make paauma star out of me, and becoming a house hold word.
That, also explained the genesis of the slang Orobo for the 50cl Fanta and Orobo for fat women.