“Super Drummer” Jabril Malik is an American percussionist that was born and raised in Sacramento, California. He is a graduate of Rosemont High School, Sacramento City College, and has attended Prairie View A&M University. He marched for and volunteered as an assistant director of the Sacramento Guardian Knights Drum Corps, and marched for the Rosemont High School marching band as well as the Prairie View A&M University “Marching Storm” marching band. He played percussion for the Rosemont High School Jazz, Symphonic, Orchestral, and Concert band, and was a percussionist for Folsom Lake College’s “Afro Cuban Funk Band”. He also served as the assistant director for the Rosemont High School and the Luther Burbank High School marching bands.
Malik first started a YouTube channel in 2006 in hopes to showcase his talent to a broader audience across the globe. Since then, he has grown his social media audience to over 170,000+ followers & subscribers and has established his name “sdjmalik” and brand “Super Drummers”.
Malik has had the opportunity to network with many other percussionists and ensembles from all over the world and has toured multiple times overseas as an independent artist. In 2014, Malik performed in Universal Studios Japan. He has also traveled to New York with the Afro Cuban Funk Band to perform and record a live music album at the Jungle City Recordings Studio. In 2016, he did his first live TV performance on “The Morning Blend” in Las Vegas, Nevada. Later that year, he became a Vater Percussion artist to represent their marching brand with a signature stick which debuted in early 2019. Malik is proud to represent Pearl Drums as an international artist.