MALAJKA

MALAJKA

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Boney M. - Malaika (Sun City 1984) (VOD)

Boney M. - Malaika (Sun City 1984) (VOD)

Boney M. performt „Malaika” in Sun City (1984) Das Beste von Boney M.: https://lnk.to/BoneyM Den Kanal hier abonnieren: https://www.youtube.com/user/BoneyMVEVO?sub_confirmation=1 Mehr Videos von Boney M.: Ma Baker: https://youtu.be/Zdz9o3nrD2c Belfast: https://youtu.be/XJ0AiFKa3LI #BoneyM #Malaika #Vevo #Pop #Live Malaika na ku pende malaika malaika na ku pende malaika na me nee sen yeh yeh nekka na mum see oh nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika malaika na ku pende malaika malaika na ku pende malaika na me nee sen yeh yeh nekka na mum see oh nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika Kede gae no kuwa sa kede ge kede gae no kuwa sa kede ge ingge ku owa mailiway ingge ku owa da da nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika Malaika na ku pende malaika malaika na ku pende malaika na me nee sen yeh yeh nekka na mum see oh nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika Posa sa sum boura rohoyangoo peas sa sum boura rohoyangoo ingge ku owa da da ingge ku owa mama nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika nassin dwala mali sinawy ingge ku owa malaika Malaika no ku pende malaika malaika na ku pende malaika __________________________________________________________________________________

Porubka 16 Malajka

Porubka 16 Malajka

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Trampské perly 2 - Malajka

Trampské perly 2 - Malajka

Malajka z alba Trampské perly 2

JERZY RÓŻYCKI & K&K STUDIO SINGERS - MALAJKA

JERZY RÓŻYCKI & K&K STUDIO SINGERS - MALAJKA

FLORYDA DANCE BAND - MALAJKA - KRAINA ZE SNÓW 1 1. JERZY RÓŻYCKI & K&K STUDIO SINGERS - MALAJKA

MALAJKA

MALAJKA

MALAJKA

Ljupka Dimitrovska & Ivica Šerfezi ~ MALAIKA @ Live!

Ljupka Dimitrovska & Ivica Šerfezi ~ MALAIKA @ Live!

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Malajka - Floryda Dance Band - Arrivederci Claire

Malajka - Floryda Dance Band - Arrivederci Claire

Malajka - Floryda Dance Band - Arrivederci Claire

MIRIAM MAKEBA - "Malaika" - Original 1974 single with Swahili and English Lyrics.

MIRIAM MAKEBA - "Malaika" - Original 1974 single with Swahili and English Lyrics.

Zenzile Miriam Makeba was born in Johannesburg in 1932. Her mother was a Swazi sangoma (traditional healer-herbalist). Her father, who died when she was six years old, was a Xhosa. When she was eighteen days old, her mother was arrested for selling umqombothi, an African homemade beer distilled from malt and cornmeal. Her mother was sentenced to a six-month prison term, so Miriam spent her first six months of life in jail. As a child, she sang in the choir of the Kilmerton Training Institute' in Pretoria, a primary school that she attended for eight years. Her professional career began in the 1950s when she was featured in the South African jazz group the Manhattan Brothers, and appeared for the first time on a poster. She left the Manhattan Brothers to record with her all-woman group, The Skylarks, singing a blend of jazz and traditional melodies of South Africa. As early as 1956, she released the single for "Pata Pata". The single was played on all the radio stations and made her known throughout all of South Africa. Though she was a successful recording artist, she was only receiving a few dollars for each recording session and no provisional royalties, and was keen to leave home To read more about Miriam Makeba, please go to the following websites: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miriam_Makeba and http://zar.co.za/makeba.htm

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