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Tuesday, June 02, 2020

Legendary Nigerian Music Icon Majek Fashek Is Dead

Good Night Majek...Rest In Peace!








Which of his songs did it for you?I will never forget ''Send down the Rain''

105 comments:

  1. May his soul rest in peace😒😭😭

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    1. Genesis, Holy Spirit, I am not afraid, Redemption Song, So long too long.

      Rest in peace Majek

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    2. Rip sir. Still enjoy his music as they are still relevant today.

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    3. May his soul rest in peace.

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    4. Send down the rain.
      RIP majek

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    5. Religion and politics.....some are say then are Muslims, some say they be Christians, some are say them be Rastafarian, some say them be juju.... But I and I ay is one.....

      Chei πŸ˜ͺπŸ˜ͺ😫😫
      He will be missed
      RIP

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    6. Rest on sir.
      You will be missed.

      The Rain Maker

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    7. Everyone say no to drugs
      It destroys

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  2. May your gentle soul rest in peace sir

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  3. May his soul rest in peace.
    Send down the rain.
    So long.
    Holy spirt.
    Where is Edna Ogoli?

    Sluttychic.

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    1. I dunno where Edna Egoli is oh,was singing that happy birthday song of hers just on Sunday here

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    2. Evi Edna Ogholi lives in France

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    3. She disappeared a long time ago

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  4. Good night.. the rain maker. Rest in perfect peace.

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  5. Hmmmn,i always remember how fresh and smooth his skin was on the Send down the Rain video. Inside life,that na past now. Addiction is a killer and am also addicted to nzu and milk,God help me. May he rest in peace

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    1. I'm also addicted to nzu nd milk...especially dt nzu.

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    2. Hard drugs is very very dangerous

      Majek would still be majestically alive playing better musics had it been he abstained from hard drugs. One thing must kill a man though. However, hard drugs is the source of his avoidable untimely death. He couldn't help it and ended up with it. I really do not know why most musicians see hard drugs as a way of life. Something must be wrong somewhere.

      This is a lesson for the youths and other musicians coming after him that hard drugs is dangerous.

      MAY HIS SOUL REST IN PEACE.

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  6. OMG!! RIP Legend πŸ™πŸ™

    HolySpirit
    Religion is politics
    Send down the rain
    Majek beware
    Spirit of love
    So long

    Infact the spirit of love album did it for me,love all the tracks there!
    Majek Fashek and the prisoners of conscience

    Blasting his songs already πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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    1. He is not 71. He died at the age of 57. May his soul rest in peace. The heavens opened today...

      Lovelace

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    2. *67

      Lovelace

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    3. He was born in 1953

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  8. RIP Majek Fashek.

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  9. I love "send down the rain". My dad said ,God sent down heavy downfall all through the year he sang that song. 1988 I think.

    May his soul rest in peace.

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  10. If you have faith you can move mountain🎢🎢...... Awwn, RIP Legend, your legacy lives on. Some how, he looks to me like he's from the Marley's family, small resembrance.

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  11. Death awaits all humans on earth. Rest well Majek Fashek.

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  12. Send down the rain☔☔,it has been raining since yesterday too.wishing him Eternal rest

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  13. RIP 😭😭😭😭

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  14. RIP legend. My favourite was send the down the rain. Are there still good reggae singers?

    Rest in peace Bob Marley, Lucky Dube, Raskimono and Majek Fashek. You guys were fantastic singers.

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  15. May his soul rest in peace.

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  16. May his soul RIP.

    Send down the rain

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  17. ..and the rain fell hard last night. Good night Sir

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    1. I tell you

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    2. Honestly😞 rip Sir.
      And jokes asides, nepa didn’t take light all through when the rain started. If it’s before once small breeze blow, the light is gone.

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  18. RIP

    Say No to Drug Abuse

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  19. May his soul rest in perfect peace.

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  20. Some news outlets put his age at 57 while Google says he died at 71. Who do we believe? If he died at 57, that means he was just 25 when he released Prisoner of Conscience in 1988 which included the evergreen song "Send Down the Rain". This goes to show the childish antics, asinine and vapid lyrics of senseless songs being churned out by new age Nigerian musicians like NairaMarley, Zlatan etc cant be excused due to their age (They are even older) but that they are empty, drug fueled fiends with absolutely no content to add to their music.
    I remember watching this Legend perform at Afropolitan, relieving childhood memories was so uplifting however I was appalled at how much the man has decayed physically. Drugs, hard living and disease finally ended him. I guess all geniuses are tortured by their personal demons as it comes with the package. RIP sir

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    1. Dr. Shaggy, this here is the truth @"This goes to show the childish antics, asinine and vapid lyrics of senseless songs being churned out by new age Nigerian musicians like NairaMarley, Zlatan etc "

      However, this doesn't hold true @"all geniuses are tortured by their personal demons as it comes with the package".

      TALENT must be balanced with DISCIPLINE/SELF-CONTROL to reach and remain at the peak of EXCELLENCE.

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  21. We discussed him at the office last two weeks. May his soul rest in peace. He was really talented and his music was not just in Nigeria and Africa but also in a great part of the world.

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  22. OMG! May his soul rest in peace.

    Send down the rain
    So long
    Little little patience....don't know if that's the title

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  23. May God grant his soul eternal rest.

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  24. rest in peace sir.

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  25. Rest in peace Majek.

    Send down the rain 🎢🎢🎢🎢🎢🎢

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  26. May his soul find rest.
    Send down the rain
    So long

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  27. Nigerians of a certain years grew up with music of quality from across the world, Majek Fashek was one of them. Send down the rain was waaaaay ahead of time. Thanks the rain maker, your memories will live on. RIP.

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  28. Redemption Song, Yayayaya yayayoooo, papapapa papa yoooo Send down the rains

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  29. Holy spirit remix with tubaba... send down the rain, so long too long.. RIP Majek Fashek

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  30. The lyrics of so long is relatable to what is happening in America right now. Rest on Majek.

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  31. And its been raining since yesterday,I loved him and all his songs always singing along even as a child,rest well Mabel Fashek,you were a,legend,pls greet Bob Marley

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  32. May his soul rest in perfect peace!
    I never believed that he would lived this long.

    I love all his songs especially send down the rain.

    He was a family member πŸ’”πŸ’”πŸ’”

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  33. Oh dear, rest in peace great one.
    Send down the rain, so long... He was a great artist and his songs are ever green.

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  34. Send down the rain was one of my fav songs. I remember while in Primary school, we used to see a lot of them during our P.E. Especially Majek and Raskimo, I don't know if they had a studio facing our field. Once we see them, as kids we start screaming and singing their songs. Our P.E teacher would be blowing his whistle for us to come back to the field. Rest In Peace, Legend Majek.

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  35. I'm a hungry man, but I don't wanna be angryy..send down the rain, send down the rain 🎢🎢🎢
    Rest in Peace Majekodunmi Fashek πŸ™πŸ™

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  36. May his gentle soul rest in perfect peace

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  37. Majekodunmi Fajemikuro (Majek Fashek)
    Reggae is ever green with your songs.

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  38. May his soul Rest In Peace

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  39. Legendary Majek Fashek, The Rainmaker, Rest In Peace. πŸ’”

    He has left a great legacy in music.

    I remember seeing him one on one for the first time at my friend's dad's wake-keep in 2009. I didn't know he was tall until that day.
    The last I saw him was at a Filling Station close to Airport Hotel, Ikeja.

    He is well-loved and his music lives on. Adieu. 😭❤️

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  40. Even in death he still sent down the rain. It rained heavily here in Igando this morning. Little wonder!
    May the souls of all the faithful departed through the mercy of God rest in peace Amen.

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  41. May his soul rest in peace

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  42. Great man with the testimony of rainfalls everywhere around Lagos/Nigeria. He is definitely a great man.

    God help us all to live to our maximum , live the life God has ordained us to live and not die before our time.
    Mostly, impact in people and exhaust all the good things in us to humanity before we go back to Him.
    Amen πŸ™ !

    Peace to the dead.

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  43. "If you have faith you can move mountain" Don't know the title but it's my best of his songs

    RIP sir.

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  44. This is so sad. May he rest in peace.

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  45. RIP to the very talented Majek Fashek. God rest your soul

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  46. The Original ShugarGirl2 June 2020 at 16:24

    RIP Legend.

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  47. So sad RIP my Dads favourite singer

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  48. RIP Legend
    Send down the rain, Holy spirit, so long, religion na politics... I loved his music.

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  49. Adieu Majek. I love all his songs,but my fav is Holyspirit, without you, So long, Nigeria on fire. RIP man.

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