Malik Yusef Bioi, Age, Kanye West, Songs and Tour

Malik Yusef Biography

Malik Yusef and actor based in Chicago, Illinois, United States. He began performing spoken word in open mic venues in the late 1980s.

He had his first big break in 1997 when Ted Witcher,(director of the film, Love Jones) recognized his poetry and hired him to coach the film’s lead actor, Larenz Tate. In 2002, Yusef together with jazz saxophonist and Mike Phillips co-operated on the song “This Is Not A Game,” which was selected by Michael Jordan to appear on the CD that came with the purchase of limited edition Jordan sneakers. in the same, he performed his poem entitled “I spit…” on the Grammy-winning second season of HBO’s Russell Simmons’ Def Poetry Jam.” He released his première album in the collection of The Great Chicago Fire; A Cold Day in Hell in 2003. Yusef has performed at “The Art of Love Tour” starring Raheem DeVaughn and Chrisette Michele; the “Real Thing Tour” featuring Jill Scott & Raheem DeVaughn; “Touch the Sky Tour” featuring Kanye West & Keyshia Cole; the Carl Thomas and Mary J. Blige Tour. The Glow in the Dark Tour featuring Kanye West. In 2007, also he collaborated with Frey Hoffman (Director) for the film change of his poem “Hollywood Jerome.” Kanye West and Yusef released the album Good Morning and Good Night in 2008.

Malik Yusef Age

The Musician was born on 4th April 1971 in Chicago, IL. as for 2018 he is 47 years old.

Malik Yusef Net Worth

The American spoken word artist, poet, film producer, actor, and musician has a net worth of $4 million as for 2018.

worth of $4 million as for 2018.

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Maik Yusef Kanye West

brand Philipp Plein (German fashion) was reportedly cammed by Kanye West associate Malik Yusef, who claimed he could book West to appear at the brand’s New York Fashion Week event, as the Blast reports. TMZ reported earlier today that an individual associated with Kanye “misrepresented himself to Plein as Kanye’s rep” to book the performance. Malik Yusef And Jones.

Reports state that Kanye knew nothing about the proposed performance and that ($750,000 million ) was wired for Kanye’s appearance at their 11 events. The contracts apparently feature a stamp of a signature above Kanye’s name.) The New York Times confirms that Kanye will not be performing at the Philipp Plein event next week. The tool has reached out to representatives for Kanye for further comment.

The Kanye-founded non-profit formerly known as Donda’s House—which changed its name to Art of Culture, Inc. in June 2018 he has denied all involvement. When Pitchfork ringed a call on him, Art of Culture co-founder and executive director Donnie Smith gave the following statement.

Art of Culture Inc. was contacted today by a reporter inquiring about our knowledge as to whether our organization received a wire transfer receipt of funds connected to an as claimed Kanye West performance by an entity called “Donda S. House Inc.” Art of Culture Inc. changed its name publicly in June of 2018 from Donda’s House Inc. to Art of Culture Inc. and is in no way connected to or related to Donda Social, or Donda S. House Inc. Art of Culture Inc. has no knowledge of any specific contracts, transactions or relationships connected to performances by Kanye West, or related to Donda Social or Donda S. House Inc.

The Blast also reports that an additional $150,000 was wired to Burundi Partlow Consulting, which is a Chicago-based company run by music industry figure Burundi Partlow, according to Facebook. Pitchfork has reached out to Partlow for comment.

Malik Yusef Songs

Wouldn’t You Like To…
Wouldn?t You Like To Ride
Magic Man
Sin City
2012
Get Ready Ready
Mean To Say
Chicago
Too Knight
Get Ready
VERSE
Promised Land
The Return
Revolutionary Words
Conversations With God
How Wild Are You

Elevated
Leader
Warpath
Just W-RIght for You
Auto-Eroticism
GOOD Morning Luv
Just Like Forever
UNI Verses Mine
Know God
By Your Side
A Cold Day Hell
Woman Where Is Your Soul
Bad Guys
Mucho Amore
Lie

Malik Yusef Tour

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Malik Yusef Spoken Word

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The 2018 Grammy Awards Red Carpet Was a Performance All Its Own

The Grammy Awards have made way for some of fashion history’s most iconic looks. Jennifer Lopez’s plunging Versace dress might be the most important, but we welcomed any bold dressers in 2018 to try to snag that title. Last year, a flood of people bound white roses onto their dresses and pantsuits in a show of support for the Time’s Up initiative against sexual harassment.

The white color was chosen because of its connection to the women’s suffrage movement, but there was a rainbow of colorful gowns to coordinate with the flowers. After all, the red carpet at the Grammy Awards is always space where celebs shine. (Just check out these jewels and accessories for proof. The red carpet was certainly the start of a full evening of performances,

Malik Yusef Poetry

Yusef was allowed by poetry freedom to comment on a wide width of personal and social issues while his lyrics remained equivalent with a global vision to encourage the kindness, in all people. His voice absorbs street vernacular against backdrops of hip-hop beats, organic keyboards, guitars, and horns. The Chicago Chi-town has made his career as a “wordsmith,” reciting verses that narrative inner-city life growing up on the urban streets of the Windy City. His dictionary tells stories that speak to both the complex depths and heights of ghetto culture, as well as global socio-economic woes.

The thought to formulate his collection of words comes from his children, his dreams, the ancestors and other rich poets. Some of his influences include Langston Hughes, William Shakespeare, Haki Madhubuti and Phillis Wheatley. His spoken word ability has contributed to promotional campaigns such as:
ASCAP
Sprite
Coca-Cola
General Motors
Chrysler
Miller Brewing
Co. and Nike.

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Malik Yusef Instagram

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