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KS1 Malaika’s Birthday Bash Has KWAM1, Pasuma And Other Guests In Attendance On Night To Remember

On Sunday, May 7, guests were wowed by top Fuji masters Pasuma and K1 de Ultimate during the 50th birthday celebration of their younger colleague Sulaimon Malaika or KS1 Malaika. In viral footage, the celebrant arrives at the Oriental Hotel on Victoria Island in Lagos, dressed smartly in a dark blue suit and a turtleneck shirt.

A large number of celebrities attended the event. Actor Lizzy Anjorin, singer Daddy Showkey, and actor Lateef Adedimeji were among them. To the delight of the partygoers, Lateef performed Fuji songs. Also present was MC Oluomo, the head of the Lagos transport union. In addition, several musicians, including Small Doctor, 9ice, Portable, and ex-Super Eagles player Obafemi Martins, graced the elegant occasion.

Ks1 Malaika’s Birthday Bash Has Kwam1, Pasuma And Other Guests In Attendance On Night To Remember, Yours Truly, News, December 1, 2023

Portable also had a night to remember, as his wild performance had the crowd on edge.

Ks1 Malaika’s Birthday Bash Has Kwam1, Pasuma And Other Guests In Attendance On Night To Remember, Yours Truly, News, December 1, 2023

The attendees will always remember the evening since Kwam 1 gave one of the performances, delivering songs from his extensive discography, including several from his just-released “Timeless” album.

Due to the album’s title being the same as Davido’s most recent studio album, there was initially significant controversy around its announcement. KWAM1 received criticism for this from certain people, but it doesn’t seem like it stopped the seasoned performer from releasing the album on digital streaming services.

KWAM1’s distinctive musical approach can be heard on all ten of the album’s tracks, except for a “9ice” Alapomeji collaboration. The music of KWAM1 contains interesting messages and commentary on subjects including social problems and the civic duty of young people in the nation. A song is also dedicated to the late Oba Lamidi Adeyemi III, Alaafin of Oyo.

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