One of the most recognisable singer of all times Beyonce Knowles is reportedly going to honour Brenda Fassie and the South African pop music in her next album.
In recent years the former Destiny Child member has upped her ante when it comes to honouring African talent.
For many years Beyonce has graced us with her melodic voice, releasing hit songs as if it was a child's play. Some of her most popular songs includes Hallo, Irreplaceable, If I Were A Boy, Sweet Dreams and many more.
Her upcoming album, in which according to enterteinment reporter, Musa Khawula, will honour our very own Brenda Fassie and the local pop music will definitely be a hit not only in Mzansi but worldwide.Even though Brenda Fassie sang most of her songs in her native Xhosa she managed to touch souls of millions of people across Africa and very far beyond. It is safe to call the late Sis Mabrrrr the universal artist who played a gigantic role in promoting SA music and culture.
If Musa Khawula's tweet is anything to go by, then Beyonce made a very good decision which will bring her much more closer to the hearts of South Africans who dearly loved Brenda Fassie. This is the post by Musa Khawula:Brenda Fassie may be long gone but her music has already proved that it will stay much longer with us. Like the rest of you I can't wait to listen to at least one song in the album and take it from there. The tweet does not reveal anything regarding the release dates of the album, but it did not fail to gather comments in droves.
Let's see how it went comment wise.As you can see for yourself people had mixed reactions regarding the idea, but let's hope it will benefit all the right people that is if there'll be any benefits because she can honour her in a way that does not infringe any copyrights.
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