Album Remarks & Appraisals:
Insingizi's third international release, Siyabonga follows their two critically acclaimed CDs, Voices of Southern Africa Volume 1 & 2. This extraordinary trio from Bulawayo, Zimbabwe offers uplifting performances filled with harmonious a cappella singing, traditional chants, hand percussion, and superb choreography. Their songs possess a gentleness and honesty that is soul stirring, conveying a wide range of challenges facing people today. The group's success has caught the eye of renowned music critics worldwide; in March 2010, Insingizi - Dumisani Ramadu Moyo, Blessings Nqo Nkomo, Vusa Mkhaya Ndlovu - were rewarded with the "Prix France Musique du Monde 2010" (Radio France World Music Award) at the Babel Med World Music Forum in Marseille, France.
Personnel: Vusa Mkhaya Ndlovu, Dumisani Ramadu Moyo, Blessings Ngo Nkomo (vocals).
Audio Mixer: Dumisani Ramadu Moyo.
Liner Note Authors: Vusa Mkhaya Ndlovu; Insingizi.
Recording information: 10th District Studio.
Photographer: Kian Modaressi.
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