Kamboo returns with A Re Lebogeng


Like the iconic late South African musician Oleseng Shuping Botswana’s own Gaolathe Kamboo uses his deep voice efficiently to create some hype around his music.

Kamboo’s latest album A Re Lebogeng, his third since he started recording in 2005, is testimony of the Zionist’s passion for gospel music made popular by giants such as Solly Moholo, Masole A Kgotso, Winnie Mashaba and Oleseng. It is not surprising to find similarities between Oleseng and Kamboo’s music.  He featured the late superstar in his second album Tlogela Lefufa in 2008 and ultimately won a presidential award the following year.  Through the same album he also secured a nomination at the Botswana Musicians Union awards in 2009.

Most ‘Mkhukhu’ singers sound pretty much the same, but with diversity and an ability to add a unique signature to songs will sieves the best from the rest.

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