It's makes people can't wait to hear what the daughter of the late Sfiso Ncwane have for people's ears , as she prepares to release a single track called "Hamba Kahle" .
Nqobile Mzelemu is a first daughter of the late South African Gospel star Sfiso Ncwane who make his name very popular with some of inspirational songs that was targeted South African Christians , Sfiso made hits like "Kulungile Baba , Baba Ngyabonga , Umoya wami " just so mention few , he also scoop so many awards that proves he was one of the best record artist in the country.
Nqobile Mzelemu will release a song dedicated to her father , she said she loved music since she was a baby . She asked people not to think she's doing music because of using her father's name , she told the source that it time she do what she grew up doing music .
She said when she grew up , people used to praise her about how she's doing music , some they even offer her money so she will sing for them .
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