Hurray It’s Charley Boy’s Birthday Today! See How Old The Area Fada Just Hit

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Hurray It's Charley Boy's Birthday Today! See How Old The Area Fada Just Hit

Charley Boy, born Charles Chukwuemeka Oputa, 19 June 1951, and known as CB, His Royal Punkness, and Area Fada), is a Nigerian singer/songwriter, television presenter, publisher, producer and one of Nigeria’s most controversial entertainers, best known for his alternative lifestyle, political views, and media productions, most notably The Charley Boy Show. He has been president of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria, and in 2011 an Idol Series judge.

Charly Boy

He is not a youth and yet he is the voice of the youth. He has been called many names but “Area Fada” stands out amongst the name he has been called. His real names is Charles Oputa, the son on one of the incorruptible judge Nigeria has ever produced – Oputa Panel himself.
 Charly Boy
He is wild and he is controversial and he is an activist and his opinions on sexuality, gender and politics, is impeccable. The eccentric media personality and veteran singer Charley Boy is a year older today.

Charly Boy

Popularly known as Area Fada, Charley Boy is best known for his alternative lifestyle, political views, and media productions, most notably The Charley Boy Show, Charley Boy has been president of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria, and in 2011 an Idol Series judge.

Charly Boy
An unashamed activist, Charley Boy has been very vocal in his fight against corruption, oppression, division and the forces that seek to undermine democracy. The controversial star was born into a Catholic household and is the cousin of Swedish musician Dr. Alban.

His most popular album “1990”, was a reference to Nigeria’s corrupt military government which was expected to hand over power to civilians in that year, although civilian rule did not start until 1999).

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Charly Boy1990 earned Charley Boy mixed reviews due to its political nature and caused national controversy, and a number of radio stations refused to play the title track. Despite this, 1990 was one of Nigeria’s best-selling albums of 1988, and Charley Boy was credited with using his music to stand up to his government.

Happy 66th birthday to him!

 

Credit: Nairaland.com

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