Brenda Nokuzola Fassie (3 November 1964 – 9 May 2004) was a South African anti-apartheid Afropop singer. Affectionately called MaBrrr by her fans, she was sometimes described as the "Queen of African Pop", the "Madonna of The Townships" or simply as The Black Madonna. Her bold stage antics earned a reputation for "outrageousness". Brenda Nokuzola Fassie was born in Langa, Cape Town on the 3rd of November 1964 as the youngest of nine children.
Mali is the eighteenth studio album by South African singer Brenda Fassie, Released on Juns 7, 2004, by CCP Records. Brenda Fassie produced the album alongside Sello "Checco" Twala. Additional vocalists recorded for the album include Gwala. Primarily an Kwaito album,Mali encompasses a variety of genres,including Afropop,RNB,gospel.
Listen to music from Brenda Fassie like Vuli Ndlela, Vuli Ndlela - Original Album Version & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Brenda Fassie. Brenda Fassie (November 3, 1964 – May 9, 2004), was a legendary South African pop singer and widely considered the voice for disenfranchised blacks during apartheid. She was affectionately known as the Queen of African Pop. Brenda was born in Langa, Cape Town as the youngest of 9 children. She was named after Brenda Lee, an American country singer.
Brenda Fassie - Студийный альбом от Brenda Fassie. В альбом вошло 21 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:40:01. BRENDA FASSIE - Mama. Brenda and The Big Dudes - Weekend Special (Live at Ellis Park Stadium, 1985). BRENDA FASSIE - Boipatong. BRENDA FASSIE singing for Nelson Mandela in South Africa.
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Biography by Wade Kergan. Known as the "Queen of the Vocals" and dubbed the "Madonna of the Townships" by Time Magazine, Brenda Fassie was one of South Africa's most popular vocalists, mixing African vocals with a slick internationa. ead Full Biography.
Iconic South African singer Brenda Fassie would have been 52 today. Whether you know her as the Queen of Afropop or the Madonna of the Townships, she was a larger-than-life influence on the music of the continent. It was the mid-90s and she arrived at the music store I was working at in Hillbrow, Johannesburg just before closing time on a weekday evening. Taken off her last album with The Big Dudes, this has Fassie imploring her man please don’t do that to me over a deadly bassline, fractured Chic-like guitar licks and synthy atmospherics. 8. I Straight Lendaba (1992). Named for the way people talk in the townships, according to Fassie-phrases like I’m telling you straight -this restrained piece of pop also prefigures kwaito with its snail’s pace four-four kicks, bubbly electronics and back-and-forth vocal chants. 7. Ngeke Unconfirm (1995).
|1||Too Late For Mama||5:55|
|2||Shoot Them Before They Grow||4:23|
|4||I Won't Run||5:15|
|5||Jail To Jail||4:26|
|6||Stay Away (From My Man)||5:10|
|7||Don't Follow Me I'm Married||4:33|
|8||Good Black Woman||5:28|
|3||Nomakanjani (Come What May Mix)|
|4||Jiva (Sparse Vocal Mix)|
|6||Soon And Very Soon (99 Remix)|
|12||Mpundulu (Gruff Mix)|