Alhaji Taye Akande Adebisi popularly known as Taye Currency or Apesin fuji is one the waves making fuji singers in Nigeria.
The singer also called Ahua has many albums to his credit and he is also a multiple awards winning singer.
Taye Currency started his music career with his late twins brother, after the demise of his brother, he went solo and adopted his current stage name.
However, Alhaji Sule Alao Adekunle popularly known as Malaika or Madiba is another fantastic and well established fuji singer. Malaika who is also known as Imeku Alhaji is from Abeokuta, Ogun state, but he was brought up in Lagos Island.
The handsome and well religious singer started his music career in late 80s but he became popular in 90s. The mercurial singer has taken his music to many part of the world.
So, in this article, I want you guys to tell me who is more stylist between Taye Currency and Malaika. I want you to be the judge and don't forget to follow me for updates.
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