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Artist Spotlight: Malik Kuumba drops his first single – EXCLUSIVE FIRST LOOK

Titled “1 Life To Live” the debut national release by artist Malik Kuumba is a dramatic and powerful track. The companion video is strong imagery of living hard, from the philosophy that you get one shot, so take it.  

His Rastafarian name Malik Kuumba means King Creation, and he is definitely establishing himself as music nobility..  

Due to the nature of the content, this is an honest view of the artists message. 

Kuumba, native of Fort Lauderdale, Florida has spent the majority of his time in Clarksville, TN. He began his music career at a young age. Kuumba performed with a group called The Burnaz under the artist name Kream. After spending some time with the Burnaz he also was a member of the group Top Souljaz

Kuumba often collaborates with other artists and is currently working with MPulse on a collab album and look for Ion Know You featuring thisiski @war entertainment on the new album.   

Kuumba co-owns InI Peace N Love, LLC along with Dyron Yokley and Mariah Grooms. InI is an organization that targets helping families with incarcerated loved ones, beautifying low-income neighborhoods, grade incentives for youth, haircuts for underprivileged individuals, and multiple community outreach programs.   

Kuumba is an artist and owns the brand Allways T.O.Y. which produces custom artwork, t-shirts, cards, and designs.





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About Joseph Timmons (9897 Articles)
I am the Father of 5 and a "Would Be Philosopher of Idiocy" - Author and Writer for several Blogs and Online Magazine. Review Journalist, Musician and Audio Buff. Follow Me and I'm Sure to Entertain.

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