Mama Yvonne Chaka Chaka makes me proud to be an African, her music is known intentionally because she was one of the musicians who were not afraid to sing about what was happening in South Africa during the apartheid time.
She was born in 1965 but till today she is still relevant we need to start to appreciate people like her while they are still alive.
She has given us some of the best songs like I cry for freedom, umqombothi, am burning up, and many more.
Her family is so blessed to have a beautiful and strong woman like her, I guess it's true when they say that black doesn't crack.
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