Olanrewaju Fasasi popularly known as Sound Sultan, a pioneer in Nigerian hip-hop, has inked a deal with Temple Management Company.
The 41-year-old artiste said this is his first time of getting professionally managed since he started his musical career.
“I am amazed at how much this organization has achieved within a short space of time and I excitedly look forward to a fruitful, interesting and successful journey with this new management team,” the ‘Natural Something’ singer said in a statement.
“Before joining the Temple Management, looking from the outside, I could tell that this organization has a well-structured plan, one that is synonymous with the personal brand I want to continue building.
“I am indeed elated to be part of this family.”
Sound Sultan is the latest addition to the Temple Management roster which includes Bisola, Jeff Akoh, Seun Adigun, Lekan Babalola, and Fola David, among others.
Sound Sultan released his first single ‘Jagbajantis’ in 2000 and went on to release four albums with Kennis Music before his contract expired in 2007.
In 2012, he was made a United Nations ambassador for peace alongside Weird MC and now deceased Goldie.
The singer recently released a song titled ‘Naija Jungle’ which features his commentary on social issues in Nigeria.
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