Karlskrona, Sweden — July 15, 2017 — Women are an inspiration in most areas of life and in this single release, Izibongo (Praises), Mpho Ludidi raises a flag with South African women in mind, who remain a nation’s hope for the upbringing of future leaders when some have fallen along the way.
In South Africa, the month of August is dedicated to women and Mpho Ludidi could not find any better time to release his single, Izibongo than August 2017, which will be available in most popular digital stores worldwide.
On this recording, Mpho Ludidi has worked with South African musicians, Anthony Koopman (bass), Gabriel Mawande Stuurman (piano), Thato Tswai (drums) and Peter Masilela (percussion).
Even though, having his residence in Sweden, far from home; through this release the Afro-Soul singer, Mpho Ludidi will sing praises to the strength of women; acknowledging his mother and grandmother who taught him love through their actions towards him.
“Music remains the healing balm to mankind’s wounds and as long as we sing songs of love then hope will always be in our midst” – Mpho Ludidi
Izibongo, translated, Praises, is sung in the language isiZulu. With this song, Mpho Ludidi celebrates the victories of women in South Africa and throughout the whole world. The single will be released on the South African Women’s Month, early August before women’s day.
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Mpho Ludidi is an Afro-Soul Singer-Songwriter from South Africa and now resides in Sweden since the year 2014.
His music reflects the Xhosa and Zulu folk music with extracts from Blues, Afro-Jazz, Gospel and Soul music.