Fadhili William Mdawida plus connu sous le simple nom de Fadhili William fut un compositeur, chanteur, guitariste solo kényan ayant introduit l'utilisation de la guitare électrique et le twist en Afrique de l'Est.

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  • Fadhili William Mdawida plus connu sous le simple nom de Fadhili William fut un compositeur, chanteur, guitariste solo kényan ayant introduit l'utilisation de la guitare électrique et le twist en Afrique de l'Est. Il est surtout admis par la plupart comme étant le compositeur de la chanson à succès Malaïka.
  • Fadhili William Mdawida (most often referred to simply as Fadhili William) (November 11, 1938 – February 11, 2001), was a Kenyan musician/composer who is most famous for his song "Malaika" which he recorded with his band 'The Jambo Boys' around 1963.Fadhili William was born to Halima Wughanga and Ramadhan Mwamburi in Taita-Taveta District near Mombasa. His father, who died when Fadhili was only seven, was a traditional musician. Like three of his siblings – Ali Harrison Mwataku, Esther John and Mumba Charo – he became a musician. He started singing while in primary school in Taita. He went on to Government African School, in Pumwani in Nairobi. He then dropped out of Shimo la Tewa Secondary School, where he had joined Form Three, to pursue a music career.It was while at Pumwani, he said in an interview, that he fell in love with a beautiful girl, "an angel," to whom he composed and recorded Malaika (Angel) to console her when she was given away to an older man who could pay bride price.Malaika was recorded at the Equator Sound Studios (see Equator Records) under the guidance of Charles Worrod, who went on to promote and distribute the ballad.
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  • Fadhili William Mdawida plus connu sous le simple nom de Fadhili William fut un compositeur, chanteur, guitariste solo kényan ayant introduit l'utilisation de la guitare électrique et le twist en Afrique de l'Est.
  • Fadhili William Mdawida (most often referred to simply as Fadhili William) (November 11, 1938 – February 11, 2001), was a Kenyan musician/composer who is most famous for his song "Malaika" which he recorded with his band 'The Jambo Boys' around 1963.Fadhili William was born to Halima Wughanga and Ramadhan Mwamburi in Taita-Taveta District near Mombasa. His father, who died when Fadhili was only seven, was a traditional musician.
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