Music producer Dokta Frabz was laid to rest on Friday in the United States. He died two weeks ago.
The lying in a state inspected by DAILY POST was held at Donald Borgwardt Funeral Home in Beltsville, Maryland; there was a funeral at the Maryland National Monument.
Speaking to the gathering, the wife fled about her alias “Doctor of Flavor, Rhythm and Blues”, while tearing him to pieces in tears.
“I want to thank everyone for making this happen. My friendship with the family back home. He is surreal, standing next to his body. I loved him incomparably.
“We said until we partially died when we got married. Some take life and death happily … Here it is, it’s up to everyone. Ayo is dead now but a lot of people are still alive but dead.
“He loved his family and his children. He was actually a doctor in his trade. He always said “be the best, be the best”. That is Ayo. It was an expression of passion. He is still alive, his legacy is still alive. ”
Real name Ayorinde Babayemi Ilori Faboro, the hit maker who came from Ekiti State. He was the prince of the ruling house of Ido Faboro.
Frabz began music early in his life, mastering the piano before the age of 10. He studied International Relations at Covenant University in Ogun State.
He was working for Don Jazzy and D’Banj when they both ran at My Hits Records. Frabz composed songs for the label, Wizkid, Dagrin, Naeto C, YQ, Banky W, Omawumi, Shank, El Dee, Darella and many more.
In homage shortly after the news of the death, Banky W reminded Frabz of the success of his popular track, “Lagos Party”.
“That song changed my life. It has brought so much joy to people over the years and has embraced what a celebration in Lagos looks like. He is gone but his legacy is still alive. May God rest his soul and strengthen his family, ”he tweeted.