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Fatai Rolling Dollar – Won Kere Si Number

Fatai Rolling Dollar - Won Kere Si Number | Fatai Rolling Dollar Won Kere Si Number

The late 's track “Won Kere Si Number” is a timeless classic that spoke volumes about generational dynamics and the timeless pursuit of excellence. In the 70s, Rolling Dollar showcased his musical prowess and wisdom, asserting through his lyrics in Yoruba that the younger generation couldn't match the achievements and work ethic of their predecessors. “Won kere si number wa” literally means “they can't match us“, or directly speaking, “the younger artists were not our match“.

With his mastery of musical instruments like the traditional thumb piano “Agidigbo” and the guitar, Fatai Rolling Dollar earned the monikers “Agidigbo Father” and “Seriki Oni Guitar” (Leader of all Guitarists). His musical journey began in 1953 when he formed the Rhythm Blues with Julius Oredola Araba and Olaseni Tejuoso, later mentoring talents like Ebenezer Obey and Orlando Owoh.

Through his music and teachings, Rolling Dollar left an indelible mark on the Nigerian music scene, influencing generations of artists and bands like the “Harbors Band Group” in Port Harcourt. “Won Kere Si Number” remains a beautiful legacy of Fatai Rolling Dollar, reminding us of the timeless pursuit of excellence in music and beyond.

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