Indeed, Nigeria and the music industry across the world has lost a legend and reggae king Majekodunmi Fasheke, popularly known as Majek Fashek.
Majek Fashek as he is fondly called died on the 1st of June, 2020 at about 11: 45 pm in a New York hospital at the age of 57.
The Iconic Singer is survived by wife, three children, uncles and aunts, relations, friends and well-wishers.
In the wake of the news, most Nigerian celebrities took to their social media platforms to mourn the death of Music Legend, Majekodunmi Fasheke, a.k.a Majek Fashek.
Fashek’s a.k.a rain maker’s death was announced by his manager, Omenka Uzoma, through a short video on his Instagram page.
Some of the celebrities captured here include Chibuzor Azubuike a.k.a phyno , Olanrewaju Fasasi, a.k.a Sound Sultan displayed the reggae artist pictures on their Instagram pages Other include Yomi Black, Bimbo Esho, actress Toyin Adegbola and Jude Okoye were not equally left out.
Phyno wrote: “Rest in peace, Legend.”
Sound Sultan had this on his page: “Rest in peace, power Majek.”
Yomi Black wrote:” Rest in peace, Majek Fashek.”
Also, Bimbo Esho, Chief Executive Officer, Evergreen Musical Company, mourned the late reggae maestro as she wrote ” Adieu Majek Fashek. May you journey well. The Rainmaker takes a final bow to the cold hands of death.
Actress Toyin Adegbola said “Rest in peace, Majek.”
Jude Okoye, Chief Executive Officer of Northside Music, also wrote: “Rest peacefully, my Legend.”
Mr Eazi Pays Tribute toMajek Fashek
Mr Eazi Pays Tribute to Majek Fashek »
Mr Eazi has taken to his social media page to pay tribute to Nigerian musical icon majek Fashek who died at the early hours of today.
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It’s only befitting that it rains to herald the Rainmaker’s passing away. A magical tribute toMajek Fashek! RIP Legend!!
I see the rainfall in Lagos and some other parts of Nigeria today as nature’s remarkable tribute toMajek Fashek‘s “Send Down the Rain”
the headquarters of Copyright Society of Nigeria (COSON), are now flying at half-mast in celebration of the life of Nigeria’s iconic reggae singer and frontline member of COSON, Majek Fashek, who passed on in New York in the evening of the 1st of June.
A Condolence register has also been opened at the reception of COSON House for all those who want to pay tribute to the memory of this unique Nigerian artiste to do so. Also, videos of the remarkable performances of Majek Fashek are playing on the various video screens at
COSON flies flags at half-mast in tribute toMajek Fashek
COSON flies flags at half-mast in tribute to Majek Fashek – QED.NG
The Copyrights Society of Nigeria (COSON) has announced that all flags at the COSON House in Ikeja, Lagos, are to be flown at half-mast in honour of Reggae musician, Majekodunmi Fasheke, popularly…
Them think say you want pay tribute toMajek fashek….. As in sending down the rain
The singer also played a supporting role in the 2000 Nollywood movie ‘Mark of the Beast’.
Fashek died June 1, at the age of 57, in a hospital in New York.
Fashek was a Nigerian singer, songwriter and guitarist, who was best known for his 1988 album ” Prisoner of Conscience”, which included the multiple award-winning singles, “Send Down the Rain”.
Fashek, worked with various artists worldwide, including Tracy Chapman, Jimmy Cliff, Michael Jackson, Snoop Dogg and Beyonce.
Majek was born in Benin-City, Edo state and until his death, He was one of Nigeria’s surviving Reggae music legend, Majek attracted international attention in 1987, with his self-penned tune, ‘Send down the Rain.’
‘No more fighting, no more shooking, no more pain, no more war No more terrorism, enter the light, no more darkness’. Today, we pay tribute to Majek Fashek, he would be remembered as an icon, who used his songs to promote peace, love, and unity. #Tribute#Legend#Peace
Indeed the reality of all your lyrics has come to pass, rest in Peace broadman.