Adewale Ayuba, often known as Ayuba, Mr. Johnson, or the Bonsue-fuji maestro, was born in Ikenne Remo, Ogun State, Nigeria, on May 6, 1966. He started performing at local musical competitions and fiestas in Ikenne when he was eight years old. After finishing secondary school in Sagamu, Ogun State, he decided to pursue music as a career.

     Mr. Johnson, whose real name is Adewale Ayuba, began his music career at a young age. He began winning local music competitions at the age of eight. He released his first album, IBERE, at the age of seventeen (beginning). He was signed to Sony Music in the early 1990s to record “Bubble,” his debut album. The album’s release marked the beginning of his musical career; the song was well-received, and he was thrust into the spotlight on a global scale. He was given several honours for his album “Bubble,” including four at the Nigerian Music Awards (NMA). Adewale Ayuba launched a new album named “Mr Johnson play for me” after the success of his previous album “Bubble.” Mr Johnson was given to him by the record, which was another tremendous hit.

     Premier Music Nigeria has signed Adewale Ayuba to a record deal. The West African tour of Adewale Ayuba has begun. Ayuba went on his maiden US tour after the favorable conclusion. Following his tour, he signed with Premier Nigeria and released “Buggled,” his second album.

     Since 1989, Azukaego Kwentoh and Ayuba have been married. They have six children together and she is from Onitsha-Oke in Anambra State.

     Ayuba became a Christian in 2015 after converting from Islam.”It is a religion that allows its adherents to speak directly with their God without any intermediary,” he added in explaining his decision. I’m not suggesting Islam is a bad religion; I just prefer Christianity right now.

     Ayuba has won numerous awards. Some of them include;
• Afro America Music Awards
• Fuji Music Lifetime Awards
• Nigerian Music Awards
• AMEN Awards – Best African Group
• CEPAN Awards
• New Koko Dome Honor
• Floating World Honor
• Golden Sony Awards
• Learning and Culture Awards
• WorldWide Superstar Awards
• Osab Awards For Excellency
• City People Entertainment Awards
• Yoruba Music Films Awards

     He has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Some of the music he has produced are;
Fuji Time (1996)
Fuji Dub (1997)
Acceleration (1999)
Turn Me On (2001)
Formula (2003)
Gun Shot (2003)
Fuji Satisfaction (2005)
Ijo Fuji (2007)
Mellow (2009) and many more



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