South African Gospel artist started her solo career almost a decade ago. She performs rich faith based melodies. Born in 1966 in KZN, Deborah started singing at school. She moved to Johannesburg in 1985 to pursue her career and get into the recording industry.
Deborah became a household name after she admitted that her voice appeared on many songs only being credited to the late Brenda Fassie. She later featured along Brenda Fassie, Lundi Tyamara, and Peter Mokoena in a Chicco Twala Produced album – Maria Le Maria.
Deborah performed as a back up singer for Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Lucky Dube. Stella Khumalo, Mandisa Dlanga and Faith Kekana worked with Fraser as a quartet, appearing with most big names needing quality back up singers. In the early nineties, she toured around the world with former exiles Miriam Makeba, Hugh Masekela, Letta Mbulu and Caiphus Semenya.
Born in 1966 in KwaMashu in the KwaZulu Natal province, she started singing at school. She moved to Johannesburg, after initially staying in Durban, in the Gauteng province in 1985 to seek for greener pastures in the recording industry.
Deborah Fraser is a South African gospel artist with a solo career spanning close to decade and more than a million units sold, cementing her status as a singer of incomparable power in the tradition of richly melodious, faith-based pleasant music.
Starting out working with composer, singer and gospel producer Mthunzi Namba who also hails from her province. Rising to prominence after announcing that she is the voice being used in many songs that were only credited to the late Brenda Fassie.
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