No female artist has managed to fuse ethno-soul, jazz with ethno-ragga in one song as this singer, songwriter, Nkulee Dube has done in such a short space of time since entering this challenging and yet exciting industry.
Born to the family of a music legend, Nkulee Dube has big shoes to fill to preserve and sustain the name of her late father, Lucky Dube. She glides and slides with ease in between her songs as she traverses between ragga and ethno-soul as if she was born on stage. As a guest artist and backing vocalist Nkulee has been part of her late father’s band ‘One People’, and has performed at major festivals in Australia, Holland, Papa New Genea, French Gayana, etc…
South African Nkulee Dube, daughter of the late reggae star Lucky Dube top the list of nominees in six categories for the 31st International Reggae and World Music Awards (IRAWMA), Although, CNN earlier broke the news of her nomination, no one knew that she was the top nominee. She became the first non-Caribbean entertainer to have been nominated in that many categories. She is selected for; Best Female Vocalist, Best Song, Best Album, Best Video, Best New Entertainer and Most Promising Entertainer…
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