I could vividly recall and remember how our society frowned against the music and lyrics of Abass Obesere aka Omo rapala and at some point,he changed it to African Fuji Micheal Jackson.

Though,in the early ’90s,I was not yet a teenager then but I could recollect the kind of confusion and disappointment his music caused in the face of older generation who find it hard to believe that such a dirty lyrics with dirty musical composition could become so popular in the society especially the Yoruba clime.

Hence,it was a taboo for younger mind like myself to spend my time listening to such music though I have some friends who always mime his music but then I always look at them as ‘rassmataz’.

Eventhough,my old man operates a music dubbing and recording outlet then,I cannot recollect that he has any of his record as part of his music library then.

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