•••Says new album to be released soon
The Ikare Akoko born and bred Fuji maestro, King Kakaki Adebola Muili said his style of Fuji music is not about sound and vibe but messages that sit well with music listeners.
The journalist turned fuji artist, is also known by his stage names, Kakaki Oba, Irorun Fuji, Anobi Orin and Elere Ibile.
Kakaki the I DON COM crooner who is set to release a new album titled FUJI REVOLUTION from the stable of Okiki Films and Music Productions said he developed interest in music at a tender age and the type of music he listened to back then were good music by the likes of late Haruna Ishola, late Yusuf Olatunji, late Ayinla Omowura, Late Dr. Sikiru Ayinde Barrister and General Killington Ayinla and host of others.
He said his exposure to this kind of music by his parents who were also part time musicians further developed his passion for music and that became the first step to his growing process when he started Were music back in the 90s which has now metamophosed to Fuji.
Speaking with newsmen in Lagos about his rise in music and his coming album titled FUJI REVOLUTION, the Rufus Giwa Polytechnic graduate who said he had been dropping few minutes tracks for sometime.
He said he officially released his first album titled KAKAKI I DON COM in 2019 and his second album titled MY GLORY which is set to be released by Eid-ul-Kabir (Ileya) Festival.
Kakaki Adebola with his style of Fuji christened Safari stated that among singles he had dropped before his official first album were; Sùúrù (Patience), Kádàrá (Fate) and Alágbe.
According to him, he likes singing about peace in the society, marriage, politics, insecurity saying as an artiste, one should be a mouth piece to the voiceless. “I speak truth to power and consequently effect changes that would bring about development in the country”, he added.
With a new song coming out soon, Kakaki Adebola however promised his fans timeless, inspired and danceable songs at all times urging them to keep supporting him.