Popular music producer Dr Frabz is dead

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Popular music producer Dr Frabz is dead

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Ayorinde Faboro, also known as , was a popular Nigerian music producer. Samklef, a colleague of the prolific music producer, confirmed his death to Ejes Gist NewsOnline. The music producer, even so, was shot, according to a tweet by popular singer Nikki Laoye.

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“Oh my God, persevering face…,” she wrote. Dr. Frabz @DoktaFrabz, my dear brother… This is devastating news. I just found out he was shot… Who was it that did this? Right now, I’m in excruciating pain. “What kind of news is this, ehn?” says the narrator.

Dr. Frabz was also eulogised by Samklef on his social media account. “Rip legend!” he wrote. Dr. Frabz (Ayo): We spoke two weeks ago, and you asked how Houston is treating me. I arrived in Maryland yesterday only to learn that you are no longer alive today. What a depressing day! A brother has passed away! Another producer has left the company! “Rest in peace!”

Other Nigerian celebrities have expressed their condolences on social media since the news of his death was made public.

“This life is really beans!” wrote singer Emma Nyra. That is why living life to the fullest is so important. I appreciate you sharing your talent with the rest of the world. Dr. Frabz, take a break and relax in paradise. “I have a broken heart.”

Modupe Odele, a lawyer and social media influencer, said she spoke with the music producer a few weeks ago. “His last text to me only a few weeks ago was how we should grab lunch since we are now neighbours,” she wrote on Twitter. I never confirmed anything. Rockstar, may you rest in peace. Thank you so much for sharing your talent. In your honour, I’ll still go to Zion West.”

Dr. Frabz was from the state of Ekiti. He began his musical career at the age of six, when he began playing the piano. Dr Frabz, which stands for Doctor of Flavour, Rhythm, and Blues, was his stage name when he began performing music professionally in 2006. He has collaborated with a number of musicians including Naeto C, Davido, Dagrin, YQ, Shank, Omawumi, and others since founding N’sayne Entertainment.

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