Trendy As he raises the bar by marrying 30 women, Nigerian artist Harrison Tare Okiri, better known online as Harrysong, is a topic of discussion.

This accomplishment beats the record held by the illustrious Fela Anikulapo Kuti, who married 27 women in a single day.

The historic event was shown in striking detail in a film that had Harrysong with a group of women who were all dressed in traditional clothing that coordinated—a clear representation of the newlywed brides.


With the video being extensively shared, many have speculated and discussed the singer’s intentions behind this out-of-the-ordinary gesture.

The public and fans are both very interested in learning the implications of Harrysong’s decision for his personal life as well as for his career.

Harrysong’s most recent revelation raises questions about society conventions and expectations as well as the evolving nature of marriage and relationships in the modern era.

While some commend his audacity, others wonder how feasible it would be to maintain such an unusual marital arrangement.

While some applaud his bravery, others are interested in learning how to manage such an unusual marital situation.

Nigerian Singer Harrysong stir reaction as he marries 30 women in a day, breaks Fela Anikulapo Kuti’s record of 27 woman
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Harrysong’s 30 marriages are an even more amazing accomplishment than the previous record of 27 spouses held by Afrobeats artist Fela Anikulap Kuti.

It is unknown how this event will affect Harrysong’s reputation in the music business and whether it will have an effect on his upcoming creative projects.

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By defying social conventions, the singer’s unconventional choice highlights the fluidity of relationships and initiates a wider discussion about the meeting point of tradition and modernity.

Harrysong cryptically replied that his followers should keep tuned for the video’s impending release in the coming days when asked about the video’s purpose and the idea of having thirty wives.