Legendary Igbo high-life singer Prince Morocco Maduka is dead


The death of veteran Igbo high-life singer Prince Emeka Morocco Maduka has been confirmed.

According to local media reports, the singer passed away on Thursday afternoon, October 29, 2020. He was aged 76.

Prince Morocco’s death has also been confirmed by the chairman of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (Anambra Chapter), Ikeme Mazeli.

Mazeli announced the passing of the legendary singer in a statement that reads:

”With a heavy heart of sorrow…We, the entire Anambra state PMAN announce the exit of a music Legend, Dr Prince Morroco Maduka…..Ozonweluibe. He passed on this afternoon (Thursday, October 29th, 2020). All other arrangements as regards his planting to mother earth will be communicated to all of us later.”

The news of Prince Morocco’s death comes after a few months he celebrated his 60 years anniversary as a musician. One of Prince Morocco’s most famous songs is ‘Ochuba Aku’ which is currently one of the most played highlife songs in Igboland.

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2 thoughts on “Legendary Igbo high-life singer Prince Morocco Maduka is dead

  1. May his soul rest in peace. He promoted Igbo culture through music and his songs will never grow old. His loved ones will ever remain in my prayers.

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