Mike was born in the slums of Soweto where he spent his childhood years. It was in this early stage in his life where his creative spark begun to be molded. “I used to dance for my family a lot,” Majic reminisces “especially for my aunts and uncles when they came to visit. They had even nicknamed me Michael Jackson”.

Majic has already achieved more in his young life than most musicians dream possible. As one of the afro pop genre’s hottest producers, Mike has dominated the Radio and TV charts over the past few years. He recently held the #1 position on the prestigious Groove awards with his smash hit “AYAYA,’ and is currently in the top five with his new radio single "BOOM AYE" that features Kenyan gospel singer Kambua. In the last quarter of 2014, he had consecutive #1 productions on ONEFM, holding the #1 position with different artists from September all the way through the end of the year. During that time, Mike held the top three chart positions for several weeks.
As a producer, he has worked with a variety of notable artists including
Juliani, Jimmy Gait, Pitson, Kambua, Ray C, Kris Ehh Baba, Kelele Takatifu, Kaz, S.O.C, L Jay Maasai, Mbuvi, Coopy Bly, Kenn Eddy Krezzy and many others.

Majic began working behind the scenes in 2011 producing and mastering tracks for other artists. It was his work with Red Republik Studios that would bring Mike to the forefront of the music industry.

He has continued to work in the studio and is considered a major contributor to the current evolution of East African music.
Integrating his solo career with his producer side is something Majic juggles carefully.   “I try to keep it pretty well balanced.  When I’m in the studio, I usually let the “producer” take the lead.  I’m often in producer mode… making sure what is being played serves the song best,” said Mike.
In an industry that is often more interested in the bottom line than artistic merit, Majic has managed to remain strong in his desire to carve out his unique sound.  Majic has shown that it is possible to find a happy medium between Christianity and creativity. “Every time I write or produce, I’m trying to break some new ground,” said Majic.  “I know what’s worked in the past and what people have enjoyed but I don’t want to get stuck there,” he said.
When writing new music, Majic stays up-to-date on industry trends but doesn’t try to write specifically to fit the radio format.  “I’m aware of what’s working in the music industry but I don’t write my material based on that. I write from my heart and what God wants me to tell his people. Whatever is moving me at that moment is what dictates the outcome. I let my heart lead the way but I also use what I’ve gleaned from the industry.  The trick is to make sure everything is done to best serve the art,” said Majic.

The music industry is changing fast and with his proven track record and innovative approach to music production, Majic will continue to break new ground as he continues to create new music. Music that is fresh, unique and unforgettable.