Funsho FadI, was born to Olabisi and Julius FadI. He began singing alongside his aunty Patience, who was a member of the church choir. She recognized his talent at a very young age and encouraged him to stay involve and focus in music. His father who was living in the U.S decided to relocate the Family to Dallas, TX, which included; Cza, his mother and 3 of his siblings in 2000
. His mother, who is the church’s lady Evangelist told him and his sister they will work for God. So they both decided to be members of the church choir.
Going from learning the keyboard, and singing backup, Sean Cza finally settled on the Drum set which he learned in a two hour lesson. However, it was not until the age of 13, that his interest in music peaked. He has been drawn into music since his childhood and was heavily influenced by the legendary singer Fela A. Kuti, Michael Jackson, Rakim, Ludacris, Jay Z and 50 cent. In 2005, Sean Cza and his friends formed a group called “African Kings” which was based in Dallas, TX. The group eventually became a 3 member group which consisted of John Adewale (rapper), Dmite (producer), and Sean Cza (Lead Singer and co-producer).
They gained popularity by performing in different cities, states and colleges in the U.S. During that time, they graced the same stage as, 2Face Idibia, Sunny Neji, Bracket, Timaya, Kelly Hansome, 9ice, Psquare, Eldee, Wande Coal, J Martins. It wasn’t until after performing alongside D-banj in 2007, who is one of Cza’s influences, was when his passion for music went into overdrive. African Kings was featured on the “boyfriend remix” by 2face Idibia and Fragrance and also featured Kelly Hansome on the song “Woman Wrapper” which was written by Sean Cza in 2009. Before their dissolution of the group in 2011, they released 3 mixtapes which he co-wrote and produced.
Their biggest hits as of date are: “Gold digger”, which was written by Sean Cza, “National Dance”, and “Do da Bingbadaboom” was also written by Sean Cza. Now on his solo project, Sean Cza first performance was alongside 2Face, which was a remarkable show based on the crowds reaction. That performance got the attention of promoters in Dallas and surrounding cities and states which led to more frequent performances. As of date, Cza is working hard in the studio on his album and also taking acting lessons to polish his skills in the acting world.