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Ebenezer obey - In The 60 Vol 2 album flac

  • Performer: Ebenezer obey
  • Album: In The 60 Vol 2
  • FLAC: 1881 mb | MP3: 1743 mb
  • Released: 1981
  • Style: African
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Ebenezer obey - In The 60 Vol 2 album flac

Tracklist

A Enia LAsan Benia Rere
B Esa Ma Miliki


artist: Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey and his International Brothers songs: edumare soro mi da. .

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Ebenezer Obey (born 3 April 1942 as Ebenezer Remilekun Aremu Olasupo Obey-Fabiyi in Idogo, Nigeria), nicknamed the "Chief Commander", is a Nigerian jùjú musician. Obey is of an Egba–Yoruba ethnic background. He is of the Owu subgroup of the Egba. He began his professional career in the mid-1950s after moving to Lagos. After tutelage under Fatai Rolling-Dollar's band, he formed a band called The International Brothers in 1964, playing highlife–jùjú fusion.

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Obey In the 60's, Vol. 2. 2012. Evergreen Songs Original 5. 2010. See All. Sunny Ti De, Vol. King Sunny Ade and his Green Spot Band. Afai Bawon Ja. King Sunny Ade. Ebi Kipagun D'ale, Vol. 18. Ayinla Omowura and His Apala Group. Dr. Orlando Owoh and His Omimah Band.

Obey In the 60's (Vol 1). By Chief Commander Ebenezer Obey. Listen to Obey In the 60's (Vol 1) in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

A Enia LAsan Benia Rere B Esa Ma Miliki.

Obey, whose real names are Ebenezer Remilekun Aremu Olasupo Fabiyi, was born in Idogo, Ogun State, Nigeria of Egba-Yoruba ethnic background. After tutelage under Fatai Rolling-Dollar's band, he formed a band called The International Brothers in 1964, playing highlife-juju fusion. The band later metamorphosed into Inter-Reformers in the early-1970s, with a long list of Juju album hits on the West African Decca musical label.