THANDISWA / “Nizalwa Ngobani (Do You Know Where You Come From)”


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3 Responses to “THANDISWA / “Nizalwa Ngobani (Do You Know Where You Come From)””

tayari kwa salaam Says:
May 29th, 2006 at 7:38 pm

Good to hear that this sistuh is raising issues n standin in her culture/politics. She’s lettin me know that bein bout culture is political n being political necessitates culture. Thanks for lettin me know about her.


Qawi Robinson Says:
May 30th, 2006 at 1:10 pm

Excellent. I wonder if she was an American R&B Artist or if India.Arie recorded this song, would it receive more acclaim? This song reminds me of a mash up of many artists/groups…Family Stand comes to mind. Some have called her the Mariam Makeba of her generation. We’ll find that out in due time, but from the samples of her album, I am impressed.


ekere Says:
June 9th, 2006 at 4:38 pm

Ok, I’m late. It’s true. But for some reason, i couldn’t hear all of the music. Still haven’t heard it. But I wanted to add my two cents anyway and say that I am really, really loving Simphiwe Dana’s debut "Manuscript." When I was living in Namibia, she was hitting it big with her single Ndiredi, but I wasn’t really with it. Then a friend bought me the album, I listened on a good system…wow!!!! Beautiful. Really. I haven’t heard anything so fresh in a long while. Ok, that’s it. one love, Ekere

         kalamu sez          

i have simphiwe’s album. i am more impressed with thandiswa, both with the singing and the music. some of simphiwe’s work is really, really good but i think she would have benefited from better production work. get to the thandiswa. i think you really dig it.

—kalamu
 


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