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Brenda Fassie

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Biography

Brenda Fassie (November 3, 1964 – May 9, 2004), was a legendary South African pop singer and widely considered the voice for disenfranchised blacks during apartheid. She was affectionately known as the Queen of African Pop. Brenda was born in Langa, Cape Town as the youngest of 9 children. She was named after Brenda Lee, an American country singer. Her father died when she was 2, and with the help of her mother, a pianist, she started earning money by singing for tourists. Read more...

Video with Brenda Fassie

Video with Brenda Fassie - Vuli Ndlela

Vuli Ndlela

Video with Brenda Fassie - Sum' Bulala

Sum' Bulala

Video with Brenda Fassie - Weekend Special

Weekend Special

Video with Brenda Fassie - Vul'indela

Vul'indela

Video with Brenda Fassie - Black President

Black President

Video with Brenda Fassie - Nomakanjani

Nomakanjani

Video with Brenda Fassie - Ngizobuya

Ngizobuya

Video with Brenda Fassie - Vul'indlela

Vul'indlela

Video with Brenda Fassie - Thola Amadlozi

Thola Amadlozi

Video with Brenda Fassie - Boipatong

Boipatong

Video with Brenda Fassie - Qula

Qula

Video with Brenda Fassie - Too Late For Mama

Too Late For Mama

Video with Brenda Fassie - Jiva

Jiva

Video with Brenda Fassie - Mingi Mingi (Norman Jay remix)

Mingi Mingi (Norman Jay remix)

Video with Brenda Fassie - Mama

Mama

Video with Brenda Fassie - Ama-Gents

Ama-Gents

Albums by Brenda Fassie

Brenda Fassie - Greatest Hits: The Queen of African Pop 1964-2004

Greatest Hits: The Queen of African Pop 1964-2004

Brenda Fassie - Amadlozi

Amadlozi

Brenda Fassie - Ag Shame Lovey - EP

Ag Shame Lovey - EP