I Don’t Know About Any Royalties Paid For ‘Huge Streaming’ Of Mohbad’s Songs After His Death – Singer’s Mother

Abosede, the mother of the late Nigerian singer, Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba, who was popularly known as Mohbad, has made some new claims.

The bereaved mother claimed that no royalties were received by the family for the huge streaming of her son’s songs and albums after his death.

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She made this revelation in a new interview.

According to her, none of Mohbad’s business allies had visited the family to discuss about the money made from his songs due to his large posthumous fanbase that pushed many of his songs to the top chat of various streaming platforms.

The woman said, “I don’t know anything about royalties. Naira Marley asked him (Mohbad) to attend shows, but he was scared. He called me, and I begged him, that the show was from Sam Larry. Nobody has talked to me about his royalties.”

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Mohbad’s songs became so popular after his death that he gained billboard recognition.

He was featured alongside several international music stars on the Billboard Hot Trending Songs Powered by X Chart for the September 23, 2023 week.

The chart, which ranks songs trending on the microblogging platform, X, featured three songs by the late rapper, in its top ten spots.

These include ‘Ask About Me’, ‘Feel Good’, and ‘Peace.

Other names on the Top Ten chart include Nicki Minaj with her new hit “Big Difference”, Taylor Swift’s “Mean” and Drake’s collaboration with Sza “Slime You Out”.

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