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South African Female Singers Collaborate To Produce A Song About Covid-19 And Gender Based Violence

Music divas Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Vicky Vilakazi and Deborah Fraser are in full swing as they have teamed up to record a song with a massage for Covid-19.

The song titled Sixolele Bawo (God forgive us) which was recorded on Monday in Braamfontein, Johannesburg, features other most talented singers in the country who call themselves Omama Belize (Mothers of the nation).

Faith Khanyile, Thabile Myeni, Buhle Nhlangulela, Nomcebo Zikode and Siphokazi are other artists included in this project.

Chaka Chaka, who has been in the music industry for decades and with much experience on her side was part of the group putting their voice together in the project yesterday.

It will be the first time Yvonne Chaka Chaka, Vilakazi and Fraser collaborate and working on the same some despite the many years of experience they all have in the music industry.

The gospel star musician, Fraser, who is the writer and producer of the song has confirmed that the song will be released in two weeks time on all music platforms.

"I have decided to bring female musicians together to sing in one voice and appeal to God to hear our cry.

"I know that in the olden days when things were difficult it was women who will go to the mountain to pray. This time we come together as women and ask God to forgive us because we have sinned as human beings.

"We have failed as human beings to honour God and committed many wrong things. And God brought the whole world into a standstill to remind us that.

"I want to thank these women who agreed to be part of this project and took their time to come to the studio to record." Fraser said as she was talking about the new song.

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Buhle Nhlangulela Chaka Chaka Deborah Fraser Nomcebo Zikode Vicky Vilakazi


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