News reaching us has it that Singer and songwriter Nomoreloss (real names Olumuyiwa Osinuga) has passed away. The cause of Nomoreloss’ death was not disclosed. Also, the family has not released the burial arrangements of the late singer to the public.
LIB reached out to his sister in-law, Dammy Osinuga, who confirmed he died this morning from an undisclosed ailment at a hospital in Opebi, Lagos. She said he has been ill since January this year. Many of his colleagues don’t even know about his death. What a sad loss! He’s survived by a daughter and was just in his late 30s. May his soul rest in peace, Amen.
Nomoreless’ last major performance was at the August edition of Afropolitan Vibes. He was on the bill with singers Waje, and Venus Bushfire. On October 2, 2015 he organized his own show ‘Back To Stage’ at Freedom Park.
In 2012 Nomoreloss wrote the biggest song of singer Jaywon’s career titled ‘This Year.’ In June 2015 he released the album ‘Grass to Grace’. In 2014 he dropped the album ‘Standing ‘, and ‘Then & Now’. His debut album was ‘Let Them Say’ was released in 2006 which featured the hit singles ‘Iyawo Asiko’ and ‘Ololufe’.
Nomoreloss who was born in the late 70’s entered public consciousness in 2002 when he featured in Ruggedman’s classic cut ‘Ehen’. Prior to that he was a presenter on the music TV show ‘Groovoidz’.
While making a name for himself as a gifted singer, Nomoreloss also shot music videos for many Nigerian singers at the time.
Nomoreloss got married to Rhythm 93.7 FM OAP Phoenix (Adeola Osinuga) in 2008. They had their daughter on Saturday, January 15, 2011. Even though there were rumours that Nomoreloss and Phoenix had separated, the late singer denied this claim in a 2014 interview with Encomium Magazine.