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"Tha Corinth" and "Malaki" is on NiACOM tonight @ 7pm CST!!!

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Michael A. Johnson and Vonda L. Chappell interview Gospel Hip Hop artists; Tha Corinth, Saturday night at 7pm CST. You dont want to miss this anointed interview. Log on at; www.blogtalkradio.com/niacomplatform or call in at 323-693-3830. 

Michael (Malaki) Osborne was born Sept 5, 1988 in Richmond, Indiana before travelling to many different destinations. His father Michael Osborne Sr. and mother Jacqueline Michelle Osborne always made sure the house was full of musical instruments for Mally to express himself creatively. Michael grew up around a family of talented musicians that sung and played in his dad's church, until his hidden talent was discovered at the age of 10. Mally’s ability to rap allowed him to win multiple talent shows and gain a lot of publicity growing up. Michael, (who was known as "Malaki"), used his array of talent to rap for the Lord, whether; it was at festivals, in concerts or large church events.

The one of many crowning achievements came with a performance in Chicago when he traveled to perform at a venue in a rough Southside neighborhood church. His rap style was widely recognized as a special talented gift, and opened a door for him to gain significant spins on local college radio stations. The young rapper has been able to use his gifts to motivate in different ways. After the sudden loss of his mother in 2006, Michael enrolled in college at the beginning of 2008 to expand his range of talents into the business arena. After a few year,s the young entrepreneur moved to Los Angeles, CA in search of a record deal. After the release of his highly touted EP “No Interruption Needed” the young rapper started to build a fan base by performing at local venues.

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