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8 thoughts on “ Achula Nwa Ogbenye - Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe* - Ndia Na Ndia, Vol. 1 (CD, Album)

  1. May 20,  · Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe, a titan of the African popular music known as highlife whose "Osondi Owendi" was the biggest-selling record .
  2. Find Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe credit information on AllMusic Album Artist. to Highlife [Second Edition] Composer, Primary Artist: Highlife Time, Vol. 2: Primary Artist: Nigeria Special, Vol. 2: Modern Highlife, Afro-Sounds and Nigerianblues
  3. Chief Stephen Patrick Osita Osadebe, 73, of N. Main St., Waterbury, passed away May 11, at St Mary's Hospital, tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo was the husband of Elizabeth Edwin-Osadebe. He was born in Atani, Nigeria, March 17, son of the late Chief Dennis Obi Osadebe and Iyom Nwanyiego Uzoka-Osadebe. He was a world renowned Nigerian musician and was known as the King of Highlife.
  4. Listen to Ndia Na Ndia, Vol. 1 by Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, and share your favorite tracks with your friends.
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  6. Apr 16,  · DOWNLOAD MP3 Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe – Osadebe In Atlanta (Full Album) Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe, the main father and King of Highlife music in Igbo land and Nigeria worldwide. This is an epic Igbo Highlife Music Album released by .
  7. Well, yes, Chief Osita Osadebe is my father. In fact, I have two great Dads. One is a lawyer. The other one is the incontrovertible king, the Ezeafulukwe of Atani, Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe. Two.
  8. May 11,  · Chief Stephen Osita Osadebe (March – May 11, ), often referred to as just Osadebe, was an Igbo Nigerian highlife musician from tafipertatonuscelarmaripatur.coinfo career spanned over 40 years, and he is one of the best known Igbo highlife musicians. His best-known hit was the single “Osondi Owendi” (Igbo: One man’s meat is another man’s poison.

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