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Sound Sultan Net worth

Sound Sultan has an estimated net worth of $1.8 million (₦740 million). He made most of his income from his successful music career.

Sound Sultan Biography

Sound Sultan (November 27, 1976 – July 11, 2021; born Olanrewaju Abdul-Ganiu Fasasi) was a Nigerian rapper, singer, composer, actor, comedian, and recording artist. In Nigeria, he was recognized as one of the pioneers of modern hip hop music. He was known for utilizing his music to raise awareness about poverty, corruption, and poor governance.

NameSound Sultan
Date of BirthNovember 27, 1976
Net worth$1.3 million
Age45 years (2021)
DeathJuly 11, 2021
Wife NameFarida Fasasi (Chichi Morah)
ProfessionSInger, Rapper
Awards2012 The Headies Award for Album of the Year (Back From The Future)
SongsKpseeeeeeew (2001)
Textbook (2004)
Naija 007 (2007)
SS4 (2008)
Back to The future (2010)
Me, My Mouth and Eye (2012)
Out of The Box (2016)
Real NameOlanrewaju Abdul-Ganiu Fasasi

Sound Sultan Early Life, Profile and Background

He became interested in music in 1991, miming at school gatherings and writing his own tunes. He credits his early influence to his older brother Baba Dee, who studied theatrical arts and provided him with the most of his early stage experience. He began learning to play the guitar after finishing high school and was in a band by 1999.

Sound Sultan Career

In the 1990s, Sound Sultan began his career in show business by hosting performances to collect funds for studio sessions.

By 1999, he’d won a slew of local talent shows. In the year 2000, he launched his first single, “Jagbajantis,” which became a hit in Nigeria. Kennis Music signed him after he independently released other tracks and appeared in popular songs by other singers.

He recorded four albums under the Kennis Music label. When his contract with the label expired in 2007, he teamed up with Baba Dee to form Naija Ninjas, a parent company that houses a musical label, a production outfit, and a clothing brand.

Sound Sultan Net worth

He began his career as a rapper and has since worked in a variety of musical genres ranging from R&B to Afrobeat, soul, and Nigerian Fuji music. He has stated that performers should not be judged based on the genre in which they perform, but rather on the message that the song conveys.

He signed musicians including Karma Da Rapper, Young GreyC, Shawn, and Blacka to his Naija Ninjas label and released Back From The Future (2010).

When Sound Sultan collaborated with Wyclef Jean on “Proud to be African,” from Wyclef’s Welcome to Haiti: Creole 101 album, he was joined by 2face Idibia and Faze. They’ve worked together on two further films, “King of My Country” (2009) and “People Bad” (2010). (2012).

Sound Sultan was named a United Nations Ambassador for Peace in 2012 for his exceptional lifestyle and work.

After a long break from the music scene, Sound Sultan returned in 2015 with the rap hit “Remember.”

Following the demise of the African Basketball League, Sound Sultan partnered with the Continental Basketball League’s organizers to become a team owner of the Lagos City Stars (2017 champions) and a league entertainment facilitator.

Sound Sultan collaborated with Joe El on Honorebel’s 2019 track “Bridal.”

Sound Sultan Wife Biography

Sound Sultan married Chichi Morah, who is now known as Farida Fasasi from the Igbo ethnic group, in 2009. They were the parents of three children.

Sound Sultan Death

Sound Sultan was said to be having treatment somewhere in America on May 12, 2021, after being diagnosed with throat cancer (Angioimmunoblastic T-cell Lymphoma). He died of complications from his illness on July 11, 2021, at the age of 44.

Sound Sultan Net worth

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