An associate of Main Doctor Sikiru Ayinde Barrister’s music group, the Supreme Fuji Commanders, from 1978 until 1984, Ruler Wasiu Ayinde Marshal We, or KWAM1 (given birth to: Wasiu Ayinde Adewale Omogbolahan Anifowsha), has assumed his mentor’s part as “ruler of fuji,” a method of dance music merging juju, apala, and Yoruban blues. A prolific documenting artist, KWAM1 is constantly on the upgrade the fuji design. Furthermore to incorporating such Traditional western tools as keyboards, saxophone, and guitar, KWAM1 offers extended his musical vocabulary to add rock and roll, funk, and hip-hop affects. Although he primarily sang Koranic chants and rhymes, KWAM1 offers increasingly centered on youth-oriented styles. The receiver of a Nigerian music award as Greatest Fuji Designer of 1995, KWAM1 was called Best African Designer at the next year’s WOMAD Event in Reading, Britain. IN-MAY 2001, he was granted the name “Olu Omo” (fantastic child) from the ruler of Lagos, Ruler Adeyinka Oyekan II. Documenting like a soloist since 1980, KWAM1 got his greatest achievement along with his 1984 recording, Talazo 84, which released a fresh, turbo-charged design of music that became referred to as the Talazo program.