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Why King Saidi Osupa’s Songs Are Mostly Used Than Other Fuji Songs on TikTok

For many days, I have been carefully checking all Fuji songs on the popular social media platform known as TikTok, the efforts were borne out of my curiosity to know the Fuji singers whose songs were mostly used by the users of the trending social media platform.

After my careful and deliberate effort to come out with unbias findings and results, I was able to discover that the mostly Fuji songs used by the Yorubas who are making use of TikTok are the songs of King Dr. Saheed Okunola Osupa.

Why King Saidi Osupa's Songs Are Mostly Used Than Other Fuji Songs on TikTok

However, I put an effort to know the reason why his songs were mostly used by the tiktokers and my result was that because most of his songs are philosophical in nature and many of tiktokers are fond of going for the songs that teach morals to pass their messages on TikTok and King Saheed Osupa’s Songs fit in that category.

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As a lover of fuji music with formidable love for the genre of music, there was a day I wanted to use the song of one of my favourable Fuji singers on my TikTok.

I searched for the songs of this beloved act for about 30 minutes but I couldn’t get his song that suits the message I’m intending to pass across. I had no choice but to use King Saheed Osupa’s Song, the particular song which I used was very accurate for my message, and it served the purpose of my intention.

I have no doubt in my mind that the Ibadan-born lord of music is already making himself a dictionary of philosophical and wisdom songs and those songs would eventually meet the test of time just like his mentor, the Late Dr. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister did in his life and time.

Written By: Taofik Afolabi

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