Archive | January 27, 2014

Zimbabwe’s Brian Soko Puts His Name To Jay Z and Bejonce’s Drunk In Love Credit List

He might not necessarily be “Drunk In Love” as the major mainstream single he contributed to is entitled, but Producer/Writer/Engineer Brian Soko must definitely be drunk in the glory that he was listed on the credits of US super gouple and musicians Beyonce and Jay Z. According to Wikipedia, (the track) “Drunk in Love” (which […]

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Ladysmith Black Mambazo share Grammy with Gipsy Kings

LOS ANGELES — South African traditional choir Ladysmith Black Mambazo and flamenco fusionists the Gipsy Kings, both long-time favourites at the Grammys, on Sunday shared the award for best world music album. The Gipsy Kings were nominated for a record sixth time for the Grammy for best world music album but won the award for […]

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Springsteen pays tribute to Mandela at 1st S.African show

Bruce Springsteen kicked off his show in Cape Town on Sunday with “Free Nelson Mandela”, a song that was released to protest against the imprisonment of the South African leader by the apartheid regime Rocker Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band wowed fans on Sunday night opening their first concert in South Africa with […]

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Senegal star sings for C. African Republic peace

Renowned Senegalese musician Youssou Ndour plans to release a song calling for peace in Central African Republic, teaming up with a Christian singer from the battle-scarred country to convey a message of religious harmony. A statement released over the weekend said Ndour, a Muslim, and Lydie Natacha, alias Idylle Mamba, began working on the song […]

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