Sound Sultan: Posthumous Album ‘Reality Cheque’ To Be Released Soon | Dailytrust

Sound Sultan: Posthumous Album ‘Reality Cheque’ To Be Released Soon

Sound Sultan
Sound Sultan

Now Muzik who took over management of the late Sound Sultan’s estate has announced the summer release of the late singer’s 9th studio album titled, “Reality Cheque.”

This announcement comes a few months to the first anniversary of the late music icon who died on 11 July, 2021. The project, which was a creative collaboration with award-winning producer ID Cabasa, was near completion before the untimely death of the singer.

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Over 70 per cent of the album had been recorded before Sound Sultan’s death.

Heralded by the lead single “Friends”, the EP is the first in a series of projects to be executed by Now Muzik in collaboration with Naija Ninja and the Sound Sultan Foundation for the Sound Sultan estate.

The EP will contain six tracks and will be released early July under the Naija Ninja imprint. The track and featured artist list will be released in May. All tracks are produced by ID Cabasa.

Now Muzik on Monday confirmed that it has been granted the Right of Attorney by the Fasasi family to manage the assets and legacy of the multi-faceted entertainment icon fondly referred to as the 8th Wonda.

Now Mizuk Founder/CEO, Efe Omorogbe said, “The confidence reposed on Now Muzik to handle the business and legacy of this exceptional entertainer and Nigerian by the estate is a compliment of the highest order and we are determined to deliver on their expectations.

“Success in the venture has far-reaching ramifications for the Sound Sultan estate and those of many departed legends whose legacies have not been effectively monetized thus far.”

Sound Sultan’s brother, Baba Dee added that “Sultan’s legacy continues and we appreciate the opportunity to further the work he did while he was here with us; not just in making the fans happy, but also in impacting positively on young Nigerians; and the creative community from music to film and sports”.

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