Malaika started his music career in the 80s but became popular and famous early 90s. The very religious and well behaved singer is from Ogun state but grew up in Lagos Island.
Madiba has released lot of many good albums and is a multiple award winning singer. The dancehall musician is a well traveled musician, he has taken his brand of music to many countries.
However, the singer is celebrating his birthday today, 15th February, 2021 and the handsome and cute dude have been received lot of congralatatory messages from fans, colleagues and friends across the globe. This is indeed a memorable day for the Alayeluwa of Fuji kingdom.
In his words as it was posted in his Instagram page, Malaika said ' Halidulihahi, Halimudulilahi, Halimudulilahi.
My humble self joined many of his lovers across the globe to celebrate him. Happy birthday Madiba.
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