How Did Awolo Eky D Die? Nigerian Drummer Ekene Cause of Death Explained » Ngnews247
Nigerian drummer Awolo Eky D aka Ekene has passed away.
How did Awolo Eky D aka Ekene die?
The Nigerian music scene is deeply saddened by the news of Avolo’s death. Sinach’s drummer Awolo Eky D aka Ekene passed away suddenly.
News of his death spread across the Internet in the early hours of March 11, 2023. His cause of death has not been released.
Drum Guruz posted the sad news saying,
“It’s such a shock to know now that one of our great Nigerian drummers is no longer in this world, Uncle Awolo Eky D. All the moments with you will never be forgotten, you left us with us forever Something great and amazing that won’t stay Forget to rest in peace sir. We love you but God loves you the most.”
Ekene played “I know who I am” for Sinach. He influenced many artists in Africa and beyond, mainly drummers!
Awolo Eky D aka Ekene Cause of Death
Awolo Eky D’s cause of death has not been released. His sudden passing has saddened and shocked everyone who knew him.
Awolo Eky D aka Ekene is originally from Asaba, Nigeria. He lives in Lagos, Nigeria. He studied music at Niger University. Nsuka.
Ekene is Sinach’s drummer. He influenced many artists in Africa and beyond, mainly drummers!
Ekene got married in less than three months, and his father had just died. Condolences flooded social media following news of Awolo Eky aka Ekene’s passing.
Sinach is the most streamed gospel artist in Africa with over 1 million subscribers and 469 million views on her videos, earning over 150 million on WayMaker alone.
WayMaker is also the most translated and sung gospel music in recent times, with a total play volume of more than 300 million official and authorized handles on Youtube.
Michael W. Smith, Hillsong, Leeland, Bethel Music and more than 20 of today’s best gospel artists have covered her song Way Maker.
With over 1.5 million Facebook fans and 1 million Instagram followers, she has listeners and followers in over 100 countries.
Sinach is very eager to see the Church and the rest of the world moved by her songs, compositions and performances.