Flavour N’abania, Phyno pay tributes to highlife star Prince Morocco



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Flavour N’abania, Phyno pay tributes to highlife star Prince Morocco

By Sampson Unamka



 

Flavour N’abania and Phyno have paid tributes to late highlife music star, Prince Emeka Maduka aka Morocco.



During an Instagram live show, the South Eastern-born singers eulogised late Morocco while expressing shock at his death.

“Respect to our senior man, may his soul rest in perfect peace. I met him so many times, his death came as a shock to me but God knows best. He is the last of his breed who sang good songs so may his soul Rest in Peace. He is a serious legend. May God accepts his soul,” Flavour N’abania said.

On his part, Phyno said it’s sad that Morocco, who was an inspiration to him, passed away being the last of his peers. “That man inspired me a whole lot through his songs especially the highlife part of me, I played most of his songs growing up. He is a true legend, I even had to put him on my insta story just to pay homage as well. Morocco is the last on that level, Oliver De Coque, Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe have died and he is the last of that breed. May his soul rest in peace.”

Both entertainers urged their Nigerians from the South-Eastern part of Nigeria to pay homage to the late Morocco who passed on last week Thursday.

“And if you are Igbo represent where you’re from even if it is to go to google to get his pictures to put on your Instagram stories, Facebook or Whatsapp do it and pay homage, let other people know that we have someone that died. Repost him he is worth it,” Phyno said.

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Following in his appeal, Flavour N’abania said, “I urge all the Igbo people our own is our own, anywhere you are if it is to post his pictures to show respect, anything you can do again to show respect do it.”

Another rapper from South Eastern Nigeria, Illbliss, also shared his condolence to the family of the late highlife musician. “Rest in perfect peace Morocco! Legend! Your contributions to our sound in the east will never be forgotten… Je Ofuma daddy,” IllBliss tweeted.

Late Morocco’s death was confirmed and announced by Ikeme Mazeli, the Chairman of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (Anambra Chapter) last Thursday. However, Mazeli did not disclose Maduka’s cause of death.

Morocco, famously known as the Ekpili singer, celebrated his 60th anniversary on stage on October 23rd and 24th, 2020, in Awka. He was famous for the Ekpili music genre and his followership cuts across the world.

Some of his famous tunes include Ojemba Enwe Ilo, Echi di ime, Amara onye bu onye, Enenebe Ejeolu, Akalaka, South Africa Dynamic Friends Club, Egwu, Tribute to Oliver De Coque, Emeka Morgan, Mayo Port-Harcourt, Prince Morocco – Ubannesse Special, Money Palaver, Ugo Charu Acha Medley and Igbo Star.

 

Flavour N’abania, Phyno pay tributes to highlife star Prince Morocco

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