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Malaika (singer)

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Occupation  Singersongwriter
Record label  A&M Records
Role  Singer

Name  Malaika Sallard
Instruments  Vocals
Years active  1991–1996
Albums  Sugar Time
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Full Name  Malaika LeRae Sallard
Born  January 2, 1972 (age 43) (1972-01-02) Seattle, Washington, U.S.
Other names  Malaika Sallard Johnson
Genres  Dance-popR&Bsoulurban
Labels  A&M (1992–93)Vestry (1995)
Similar People  Makoma, Mahlathini and the Mahotella, Hugh Masekela, Mahotella Queens, Mad Ice

Malaika (born Malaika LeRae Sallard, January 2, 1972, in Seattle, Washington) also known under name Malaika Sallard Johnson, is a female African American dance singer from Seattle, Washington. During her short lived music career she recorded only one album entitled Sugar Time, which managed two Top 5 hits on the US Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart, including her number #1 single, "Gotta Know (Your Name)" in 1993.

Sallard is tied with another A&M recording artist, CeCe Peniston, who took her own chances by performing backup vocals on the Overweight Pooch's album record Female Preacher in 1991, originally intended for Malaika.

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Malaika (singer) Wikipedia


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