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Family reveals Nomoreloss’ cause of Death as Funeral Arrangements are announced



rip-nomorelossFuneral arrangements have been announced for Nomoreloss (Muyiwa Adeyemi Oshinuga), the loved Nigerian musician who passed away on the 21st of March 2016 aged 39 years.

It has been revealed that Nomoreloss died after a short battle with pneumonia. He leaves behind his beautiful daughter, Motunrayo Oshinuga.

Below are funeral arrangements.

Service of Songs & Tribute
Thursday 7th April 2016
Koga Studios, 2 Bolaji close
Off Kudirat Abiola Way
Alausa Ikeja

Friday 8th April 2016
10am Four Square Church
Norman Williams
Off Keffi Street

Ikoyi Cemetery

About Nomoreloss
OLUMIUYIWA OSINUGA aka NOMORELOSS was born in Lagos western Nigeria in the 70’s. He attended A.D.R.A.O . International school for his secondary and primary education in Victoria island which is a high brow area in Lagos Nigeria this played a great part in his appreciation of classical music as well as music of international flavor. He had the privilege of studying the rudiments of music from one of Nigeria’s greatest instrumentalist and jazz saxophonist, Kunle Ajayi.

He started out in the world of entertainment as a rapper while in high school and later on switched to master of ceremony at various events. An accomplished stand-up comedian, mc, musical video director as well as a television host. He is also a producer of both music and television programs. He has directed musical videos for various artists and was project coordinator and producer for the video CD for the controversial rapper Ruggedman’s “Thy Kingdom Come” album.

With a fusion of R&B, pop, jazz, reggae and jazz with an underlying tone of west African high life, his conviction that art must take material from its environment has led him to create a style that is unique in its appeal but most certainly soulful in its delivery which has been labeled – New Highlife.

He is missed and may his soul rest in peace.

Photo Credit: Photography of Daro


  1. BB

    March 30, 2016 at 10:28 pm

    RIP beautiful singer!

    • Anoy

      March 31, 2016 at 12:34 am

      Na wa oo Marriages are not lasting anymore. When did he marry that her name is omitted. That will be they separated. …. sad


    March 30, 2016 at 10:41 pm

    RIP… may the good Lord grant your family and loved ones the the fortitude to bear your loss.

  3. Sam

    March 31, 2016 at 12:06 am

    Please o,this guy was married Na…is he divorced?

    • Desi

      March 31, 2016 at 7:10 am

      Yes isnt it obvious he is divorced

  4. Strit Kredibility

    March 31, 2016 at 12:22 am

    The passing of this young man should be seen as a big loss to the music industry. His name and music may not be household but his contributions to the evolution of mainstream afro-fused hiphop/Rn’B in Nigeria cannot be over emphasized. He was part of a generation of musical creatives who braved the earliest odds to identify with a new sound, who painstakingly tweaked the knob of analog musical gears, defied societal perception of artist, at a difficult musical era and terrain where music attracted so called bottom of the barrel and paid peanuts.
    He played a part in domesticating hip/Rn’b which paved way for what we now have and enjoy today. His male contemporaries included the likes of Jazzman Olofin, OJB Jezreel, Azadus, Paul Play Dairo, Ruff Rugged and Raw, Ruggedman, Plantashun Boiz, Tribesmen, The Remedies, sound sultan, LexxyDo, DJ Jimmy Jatt, DJ Waxxy, DJ Shina, DJ Snoop Da Damager, DJ kashim de flash, DJ OssyLee (those days of sunday rendezvous on NTA 10)… Please remind me of others…
    I cant forget the slant of humour he brought to bear on that Rugedman’s hit single ‘Ehen’. He was that kind of artist, playful in lyrical delivery yet versatile. He was selfless during the health challenge of OJB Jezreel and i saw him walked through that period with him. Like many other artist of his time and prime he tried to reinvent himself and make a comeback but it was not to be.
    Muyiwa, i didn’t know you personally but from afar, i was close to you. Your songs i mimed in school and replayed and danced to at parties and at a point wished i met you. You added value to the path you chose and lightened our hearts with your beautiful music. Rest well bro and may your family be consoled. Adieu

    • Bellemoizelle

      March 31, 2016 at 9:53 am

      You said it alll,such a sad death …

      La vie est belle

  5. O

    March 31, 2016 at 12:47 am

    This saddens me. May GOD have mercy on us all.

  6. bukky

    March 31, 2016 at 1:43 am


  7. fleur

    March 31, 2016 at 2:48 am

    VI had to be described as high brow in the obituary. Speaking of the cause of death – pneumonia is deadly. Does not help that lung function is compromised by generator and car fumes.

    • tunmi

      March 31, 2016 at 3:06 pm

      I’m glad we have a cause of death. And I was thinking about that too, did generator and car fumes contribute to the condition?

    • swagg1

      March 31, 2016 at 6:44 pm

      Some of these Nigerian hospitals are useless and may not have known that he has other medical conditions that could have compromised his recovery from pneumonia.

  8. Carolyn

    March 31, 2016 at 6:52 pm

    @Strit Kredibility U ve said it all. I grew up listening 2 him n wit d lyks of oda artists U ve mentioned. Nomoreloss was good. He reali worked hard in d music industry n der was dx Aura around him…He smiled alot.. I remember “Iyawo asiko” [email protected] song n d video was 2 much…. D loss is just 2 much….I’m stil surprised [email protected] he’s dead. He was full of lyf.
    May God in his infinite mercy console his wife, daughter n his extended family over dx loss n grant dem d grace 2 move on, amen.

  9. Anonymous

    April 8, 2016 at 3:18 pm


  10. Anonymous

    April 8, 2016 at 3:19 pm

    Rip no more loss. May God continue to uphold your family

  11. caroline

    April 8, 2016 at 9:43 pm

    May God console his family and relatives#
    RIP boss#We love you but God loves you more #

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