Sindiswa Seakhoa, born at a village, called Ga-Tsebe, next to Morula Sun/Mabopane in Tshwane, Gauteng Province in South Africa, she is a songwriter, composer, guitarist and singer whose debut album, Tata, was launched at the UNESCO endorsed International Jazz Day celebrations on 30th April 2015, at the South African State Theatre, Tshwane. She released her second album, titled “Nank’ uNomvula”, launched on the 21st May at Winnies Soul and Jazz restaurant sharing a stage with South Africa’s Poet Laureate – Prof Keorapetse Kgositsile. The launch was graced by former President Kgalema Motlanthe, his wife Mrs Gugu Motlanthe and other dignitaries.
I wish to thank you from the bottom of my heart for providing me with the privilege of enjoying your music. Your backing vocalists and band were indeed cooking and on a high themselves made the production a pleasure to listen to. The CD is indeed profound in its offering it is not only musically apt but more importantly for me is the depth of your song writing skills – South African music still lack conscious lyricists and that’s why sometimes our music becomes meaningless. You have done something good I hope the radio compilers take a good listen.
Glenn Ujebe Masokoane
Mon 2015/09/07 02:05 PM
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16 February at 02:02
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