Moviemaker, Charles Novia, has stated that late reggae musician, Majek Fashek, lived for his music and his family.
The 48-year-old said this on Tuesday when he paid tribute to the ‘Send Down the Rain’ singer on Twitter.
“It saddens me. The death of Majek Fashek. I’m really gutted. He was a legend and all he ever lived for was his music, family and his music. He was deep, spiritual and a great artiste. I’m privileged to have worked with him and known him. Rest on, Elewon,” he wrote.
Charles Novia’s November Records released Majek’s 2005 album Little Patience in Nigeria.
Majek’s death was confirmed on by his manager, Omenka Uzoma, in a video he shared on social media on Tuesday morning.
The singer died in New York City, United States of America following an undisclosed illness.