Bucy Radebe is the South African gospel singer. She rose to fame after released Uzugci'impilo Yam which took the country by storm. She later collaborated with the Kwaito and house star DJ Cleo, because they were trying to move with time they remixed Uzugci'impilo Yam with an Amapiano beat and it was well received by people.
Recently the gospel songstress shared a stage with the Legendary group Ladysmith black Mambazo. They were dancing to the very same song that got Busy on top of the charts along side Bucy but she decided to quit in the middle of the performance because she found it hard to keep up the dance move with them.
She posted the video on Instagram and her caption was " the Ladysmith black Mambazo showed me flames yesterday, it was nice connecting with this icons whose music raised the nation".
Ladysmith black Mambazo is a South African male choral group, they've won Grammys and the group has gained respect from many since then.
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