As far as vocals go, the Afrocentric and sensational damsel is one that looks to have been blessed with those of celestial proportions.
Especially with the beautiful delivery of the sounds and melody that further projects the beauty of the Motherland as well as the birthplace of human civilisation.
This is not so surprising considering the fact that the Eastern Cape born Simphiwe Dana has been influenced and inspired by the likes of Dorothy Masuka, Miriam Makeba and Bob Marley.
She’s had to re-brand herself and further hone her own skills and talent with which she has managed to deliver such belters too numerous to mention.
Yet, efforts such as “Troubled Soldier,” “Malaika,” “Injongo,” “Banto Biko Street,” “Ndiredi,” and “Usikhonzile“, readily comes to mind.
This is why she has been able to score several wins and victories including the South African Music Award for ‘Female Artist of the Year’, and South African Music Award for ‘Best African Artist in 2018’, among others.
This time and with the “Bamako Album,” she definitely clinches a new career high and height with that touch of deep and soulful deliveries that streams right into the depths of the heart and soul.
This is not one to miss out. Simply cop a dose of Simphiwe Dana’s prodigy, then be sure to share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.
Mama Was A Kitchen Girl
Bye Bye Naughty Baby
You Keep Calling