Lolu Moore (aka Omololu) started doing great things on the organ from the age of 13. At this early age, he studied and, two years later, was employed as the assistant organist of an Anglican cathedral. At 23, he produced his first hits for Nigeria's Remedies which was followed by multiple platinum-selling records. This was the start of new beginnings in popular music production in the West African state and it's neighbours. Up to 15 top sellers and chart-toppers were later produced in the form of singles and album releases all over West Africa. This eventually touched central and southern Africa.
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