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Ethembeni ................ CDCCP 1537 2011 CCP RECORDS
3. Uphuma Phi?
4. Imvelapi met Jaziel Bros
7. Ndiyamthanda met Tsepo Tshola
9. Koze Kube Nini
A new studio album from Siphokazi is always an event of significant proportions. That's because this Eastern Cape-raised artist is uncompromising in her artistic vision and has earned popular support and critical acclaim for it. Currently in the studio with longtime producer Lawrence Matshiza this will be Siphokazis third album. It features some stellar collaborations from Tsepo Tshola as well as Jaziel Brothers and is packed with the kind of songs that Siphokazi has become known for. Her latest record also sees the singer and songwriter work with the songwriter who helped craft the track Amacala off Siphokazis award-winning debut Ubuntu Bam.
Live At The Alexander Theatre, Johannesburg (Musica Exclusive) . CDNATIVE 014 2007 NATIVE RHYTHMS
Live At The Alexander Theatre, Johannesburg . CDNATIVE 013 2007 NATIVE RHYTHMS
1. Vula Mama
4. Uve Ngobani
6. Vus' Umoya
7. Indlu Yegagu
8. Ubuntu Bam
Live At The Alexander Theatre DVD . DVDNATIVE 011 2007 NATIVE RHYTHMS
Ndinovoyo ............... CDNATIVE 009 2007 NATIVE RHYTHMS
2. Usizi Lwam
7. Ngiyohlala Ngikuthanda
10. Mama 4Life
11. Ikhaya Lam
12. Uthando Lwakho
Ubuntu Bam ........... CDNATIVE 002 2007 NATIVE RHYTHMS
1. Vula Mama
4. Ubuntu Bam
7. Uve Ngobani
9. Sul' Iinyembezi
10. Indlu Yegagu
12. Ngeke Balunge
After his success at Gallo Records with Simphiwe Dana and Thandiswa, Sipho Sithole has again, through his independent record label Native Rhythms Records, and in partnership with EMI Music South Africa, and unearthed a rare gem in the South African music industry with his signing of Siphokazi. Siphokazi debut album "Ndiyabulela' has been crafted by the SAMA 2006 Award Winning Producer, Lawrence Matshiza with SAMA 2005 Award Winning Producer, Sipho Sithole, as the Executive Producer.
Again, a truly Afro-Soul album that is destined to win the hearts and minds of music lovers and hopefully dominating pulsating sounds of every music system, be it at home, festival, radio, cars, and television.....Born at Lusikisiki in the Eastern Cape in 1977, Siphokazi Maraqana, started singing at Sunday school when she was about 7 years old. She was a pre-centre at school, meaning she was the one who started all the songs at the general assembly, before the school started classes. Singing from Primary all the way to Secondary school, Siphokazi received numerous awards as the school songstress.
Arriving in Johannesburg in 1999, Siphokazi joined the Sibikwa Community Theatre project studying basic theory in music before enrolling at East Side College (now Parktown College) to further her music career. Siphokazi's vocal capabilities were quickly noticed by top muzo's in Joburg and in no time she joined Bheki Khoza on an overseas tour of Japan before joining the Village Pope, Tshepo Tsola.
She has been singing professionally since then and has featured in big project such Sophiatown (the movie), the Princess Magogo Project (yet to be released) and on Pat Matshikiza's album where she led in the song "Vula Mama'. No doubt! Siphokazi is going to be a power to be reckoned as she embarks on her solo singing career joining what already is a highly competitive vocalist market.
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