“Send Down The Rain” hitmaker, Majek Fashek, has debunked the popular belief that he was into drugs.
In a chat with HIPTV recently, the reggae icon said his inspiration to make good music is God.
He said: “When I was in America, the Nigerian press of my time were reporting that I’m into dugs and cocaine. I never used drugs or cocaine. I almost died in America. But God saved my life.”
Fashek, who would be releasing the video to his new single- ‘Hey! Rastama’- soon, said his experiences while in the United States was what inspired him to write the song.
“I’m a rastaman that believes in Jesus Christ. I’m a different rastaman. This is because Jesus Christ was a rastaman. It was part of my experience while in the United States. That is what inspired me to write that song,” he said.
He continued saying, “When I was in America, the Nigerian press of my time were reporting that I’m into dugs and cocaine. I never used drugs or cocaine. I almost died in America. But God saved my life.”
He added: “In every season there must be rain. So as long as there is God, the message of the prisoner of conscience, will never fade out. God always gives me the inspiration every year to write new songs.
“My music cannot fade out because I believe in Jesus Christ.”
On collaborations with younger artistes, Fashek said: “Tuface is a very good boy who likes and respects me. So we are collaborating on a new song. Also we are working on collaborating with Davido, Phyno and Olamide.”