Late Singer Noremoreloss Died From Pneumonia, Funeral Arrangements Announced

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BEVERLY HILLS, March 31, (THEWILL) – The family of Muyiwa Adeyemi Oshinuga aka Nomoreloss have announced the funeral arrangement for the beloved musician who passed away on the 21st of March 2016 aged 39 years.

The cause of his death was also disclosed to be Pneumonia. He reportedly died after a short battle with the chest infection, leaving behind his beautiful daughter, Motunrayo Oshinuga.

Find below the funeral arrangements;
Service Of Songs & Tribute 
Date: Thursday, 7th April 2016
Time: 4pm-9pm
Venue: Koga Studios, 2 Bolaji close, Off Kudirat Abiola Way, Alausa Ikeja.

Date: Friday 8th April 2016
Time: 10am
Venue: Four Square Church, Norman Williams Off Keffi Street, Ikoyi.

Burial Ground: Ikoyi Cemetery About Nomoreloss

OLUMIUYIWA OSINUGA aka NOMORELOSS was born in Lagos western Nigeria in the 70’s. He attended A.D.R.A.O . International school for his secondary and primary education in Victoria island which is a high brow area in Lagos Nigeria this played a great part in his appreciation of classical music as well as music of international flavor. He had the privilege of studying the rudiments of music from one of Nigeria’s greatest instrumentalist and jazz saxophonist Kunle Ajayi.

He started out in the world of entertainment as a rapper while in high school and later on switched to master of ceremony at various events. An accomplished stand -up comedian, mc, musical video director as well as a television host. He is also a producer of both music and television programs. He has directed musical videos for such artists like Lexy Doo, Jagunlabi, Jah Borne, Cimion, the gospel sensation Folake Umosen and was project coordinator and producer for the video CD for the controversial rapper Rugged Man's 'Thy Kingdom Come' Album.

With role models such as Ebenezer Obey, King Sunny Ade, Fela Anikulapo Kuti, Orlando Owoh, Orlando Julius, Ik Dairo, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal{Kwam 1}, it is easy to see where and how this music researcher /songwriter/singer draws his inspiration.

With a fusion of R&B, pop, jazz, reggae and jazz with an underlying tone of west African high life, his conviction that art must take material from its environment has led him to create a style that is unique in its appeal but most certainly soulful in its delivery which has been labelled….New- High-Life.

Rest in peace Nomoreloss.