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  1. Vusi Mahlasela was born in Lady Selbourne, Pretoria in and grew up in Mamelodi, a township famed as a cradle of culture which has produced many of Black South Africa’’s greatest musicians and writers. Vusi can’t remember a time when he wasn’t singing as a child "I’m sure I learned to sing before I could talk" he says.
  2. MORE ON SHEBEEN QUEEN. Shebeen Queen is the new live album of traditional township songs from Vusi Mahlasela, the legendary activist and singer-songwriter known as “The Voice” in his native South Africa. The “shebeen queen” of the title is Mahlasela’s late grandmother Ida (whom he calls Magogo), who raised him in the township of Mamelodi (meaning “mother of melody”), where he.
  3. Oct 18,  · Soweto String Quartet & Vusi Mahalasela 5 Sleep Tight Margaret Vusi Mahalasela 6 Red Song Vusi Mahalasela 7 Troubador Vusi Mahalasela 8 Emtini Wababe 9 Fountain 10 Untitled Vusi Mahalasela 11 Mma Modiane Vusi .
  4. Vusi Mahlasela’s music blends traditional African music with Soul and Blues, his music showcases powerful vocals and poetic lyrics. Vusi was honored with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the
  5. Vusi Mahlasela whose full name is Vusi Sidney Mahlasela Ka Zwane is a Sotho South African singer and songwriter born in in Pretoria South Africa.
  6. Vusi Mahlasela is simply known as ‘The Voice’ in his home-country, South Africa, celebrated for his distinct, powerful voice and his poetic, optimistic nesssincsupultera.pingpalliridigarariccaconbale.co songs of hope connect Apartheid-scarred South Africa with its promise for a better future. Raised in the Mamelodi Township, where he still resides, Vusi became a singer-songwriter and poet-activist at an early age teaching.
  7. Vusi performed at the Skoll World Forum on 14 April On 7 July Mahlasela performed at the South African leg of Live Earth. His album Guiding Star, as Naledi Ya Tsela (the name under which it is released in South Africa), won him the SAMA for Best Male Artist.
  8. Feb 10,  · Vusi Mahlasela performs "Kuyobanjani Na?" at WNRN in Charlottesville, Virginia on February 10, before his show at Old Cabell Hall. Song appears on his album "Silang Mabele". Please subscribe.

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