Paso-Poly Returns From Tour, Says 'I'm Not Mimicking Pasuma'
Sulaiman Adigun, popularly known as Paso-poly, has returned from his six-month musical tour in Europe. While in Europe, he dazzled his numerous fans over there with his delightful Fuji tunes.
So impressed were the fans that the gist on their lips was that just like the king of Fuji music, Wasiu Omogbolahan Ayinde aka K1 has a protégée who is doing very well in his lifetime in the person of Kolade Onanuga aka K2, the same thing goes for Wasiu Alabi aka Pasuma as he's protégée in the person of Paso-poly has already come to stay.
Last week, on his arrival at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Ikeja, Lagos, Paso-Poly, while addressing a group of his supporters who had besieged the airport to welcome him, said he is not mimicking Pasuma as some people are insinuating. He clarified that he is only closely following the legacy Pasuma has already laid down using Pasuma's style of Fuji, coupled with his voice as his own personal unique style as the medium.
According to him, 'Wasiu Alabi Pasuma is someone I respect so much and I will continue to respect him as long as I breathe. He is who I refer to as my foundation and leader. He is someone that I have benefited immensely from, as such I give it to him'.
Speaking further on his projections, he said apart from his latest video CD already in circulation titled 'Carbon-Copy' featuring notable broadcasters, actors and musicians, he would soon release his new audio CD, which already has the working title 'UK BOI' before he returns to Europe for this year musical summer tour.