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Video: K1 De Ultimate is the king of Fuji Music

Photo: Fuji Star, Malaika stages another 45th birthday in Ibadan this weekend

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This weekend will bubble for fuji music star musician, Alhaji Sulaimon Alao Adekunle Malaika 45th birthday.

His fans at Ibadan are hosting guests from all the 36 states.

Video: Fuji Star, Adewale Ayuba dances Shaku Shaku

Fuji Music King, K1 Honored as U N Ambassador

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…Civil Society Coalition Honours K1 As U N Ambassador

King Wasiu Ayinde Olasunkanmi Marshal popularly known as K1 De Ultimate was yesterday the 6th of March 2018 decorated with yet another honor as UN-SDG Ambassador by the Civil Society Coalition on Sustainable Development, (CSCSD) Ogun chapter at the International Stakeholders’ Conference on SDG.

The event which took place at the Cultural Centre Kuto, Abeokuta, had many important dignitaries in attendance including the governor of Ogun State, Senator Ibikunle Amosu and the wife.

 K1 unquantifiable contribution to humanity through music was stated by the organizers as the criteria they considered in selecting him for the honour.

  On hand to present the award and certificate was the number one citizen of the rocky state who extolled the virtues of the Fuji music king as deserving of the honour.

Aside k1,  Ogun State First Lady, Olufunsho Amosun, prolific Film Maker, Tunde Kelani and others were also honoured as UN Ambassadors

The Civil Society Coalition hasover 150 registered civil society and nongovernmental organizations under its fold in Nigeria and it is affiliated with United Nations.

K1 performs at Bestab Lounge for Val

King of Fuji Music, Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde Marshal (K1 De Ultimate) will be performing at Bestab Lounge, Shoprite Alausa Ikeja on Valentine Eve, Tuesday 13th February 2018.

According to the C E O of the club, Abeey  he said the event is meant to celebrate lovers .

“The event is aimed at celebrating lovers. It will kick off 10pm till Valentine’s day. He implores fun-seekers to storm the event”.

K1’s Son, Yomade Weds

Fuji Czar, K1’s Son, Yomade Wed Fuji star, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal son, Suleiman Iluyomade wed his long time beau right now at Ikoyi registry, Lagos State. According to sources, the bride is from a good home and they have blessed the marriage of the well mannered and highly cultured Yomade and their daughter. Here is K1 wishes for them: All Glory and praises to God Almighty, Today 25th August 2017 at the marriage registry at Ikoyi Lagos , My son Sulaiman Iluyomade Adewale Ayinde Marshal and his beautiful wife Fatima Adetutu Obe got married before the chief registrar of marriage Mr Kasali . May God Almighty bless their union with abundance of all things that will make them appreciate the goodness of God. So that they too can do same for their children. Honestly I’m in a joyous mood. Aiye sese bere ni.

Fuji: K1 opens up on Late Barrister, Wife

Image result for Alhaji Wasiu AyindeKing of Fuji Music, Alhaji Wasiu Ayinde Marshall who is popularly known as K1 has opened up on the controversy going round about late Fuji Music originator, Alhaji Sikiru Ayinde Barrister and his wife who gave birth to a new child.

It was reported about a month ago, a controversy over the origin of fuji sprang up after veteran fuji musician, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal, claimed that his late boss, Sikiru Ayinde Barrister, was not the progenitor of fuji music as widely believed by many. He said the genre of music had been in existence before his late boss ventured into music.

This came as a shock to many people who felt that the iconic singer is not only betraying his late boss who put him ‘on the path of fuji’ but also distorting history.

While many fuji icons maintained that the late Barrister was the originator of the music genre, some like Kollington Ayinla who is a contemporary to the late Barrister decided to keep mum on the matter.

However, since KWAM 1 as he is fondly calledby his fans made the statement, he never commented on the issue till Saturday Beats caught up with the singer at the recently concluded Nigerian Entertainment Conference.

When asked about the origin of the genre of music, the fuji singer simply said that he would speak on the matter some other time, adding that he would remain loyal to his late boss till he dies.

“I want to let the issue on the origin of fuji rest for now because well-meaning people that know about entertainment don’t want our entertainment to be troubled so I would rest that one for now. I would address the issue another time.

“Everybody is entitled to their opinion on issues but the people that understand the matter would not give such a response. My loyalty to the late Barrister is still 100 per cent intact and I would take that to my grave when I eventually die. I really don’t want to address this issue now, please respect my opinion on that,” K1 said.

Still basking in the euphoria of the recent addition to his family, K1 while commenting on the delivery of his daughter some weeks ago said that he is very happy and further gave some tips on parenting.

“I am happy that my wife gave birth recently and I feel good. Everybody must have time for their home. The way I planned my life is simple, when I am not working I am at home with my family because I am a family man. Scolding a child does not let them listen to what you want to say. The best you can do to raise a good child is extensive talks and education, you keep talking to your children because you realise people are different. You don’t have to beat a child, smacking them would not make them listen. It is better you talk to them, sit them down and correct them. I don’t believe in smacking and no one can beat my child,” he said.

Although he began his music career at 15 and it has spanned for over forty years, the singer said that he has no intentions of hanging his boot anytime soon.

KWAM 1 said, “I am still very agile and my memory is very sharp, so I don’t see any reason to retire. I am not disturbed and this is the blessing of God. I have a large followership and there are people that study me like they do their religion, so I am here to serve people.”

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