Majekodunmi Fasheke, widely known as Majek Fashek was a Nigerian Reggae Artiste, songwriter, and guitarist. Born in February 1963, Majek Fashek popular album include: Prisoner of Conscience, Spirit of Love, Rainmaker and Little Patience
Here are Top 5 Memorable Quotes of Majek Fashek
Top 5 Memorable Quotes of Majek Fashek
1. People must talk. But they make you popular; that’s the truth.
2. When will the African people unite? When will the African people come together? Europeans, Americans getting stronger every day, And there is disunity among the African people
3. I make sounds while all these young musicians make jam, I make good sounds but they are always jamming, they don’t make good sound, they just jam.
4. You cannot fight the press, you cannot fight the media. They are the ones that will tell people what is going on, so I cannot fight the media. They said I’m crazy, I use cocaine. Well, I still use cocaine. I dey blow my nose, I dey smoke my Igbo. As I speak to you, I have cocaine in my pocket and in my house. I still dey use am. I can’t stop. How will you play music with a ‘normal eye’? You can’t be a good musician playing without getting high. Pastors dem dey high too. The truth is that you can’t be on the human level and give the message. The humans are looking up to you, so you must be superhuman to live up to their expectations.
5. I was sick, anybody can be sick. What I have is a spiritual problem which I am dealing with. Even in the Bible, it was stated that we are not fighting against flesh and blood, but wickedness in high places. I am a freedom fighter, I can never be shot like Lucky Dube, I am invincible, you can’t shoot me.
6. I don’t have any message for anybody, the message I have for the Nigerian press is that they are going to hell…Nigerian press that is running against the truth will go to hell. It was good people like you then that gave me rainmaker in the late 80s and I am sure you must be in secondary school then, abi I lie?
They don’t take bribe, it is you that will use your sense to give them an envelope, they don’t demand anything from you, and it is you that will give them, not them demanding for it.
But the press we have now will always demand for bribe. So, Nigerian press, no don’t let me use the Nigerian press, let me say African press, is fed up because of bribery and corruption.