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Vusi Mahlasela's new album, a live recording of his 20th-anniversary show in Johannesburg, is titled Sing to the People.
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January 24, 2013 The South African icon's latest release is a live concert recording of his most powerful songs, which capture the spirit of his country's rise from apartheid to democracy.
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Vusi Mahlasela recently performed on World Cafe.
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April 19, 2011 Known as "The Voice" throughout his home country of South Africa, Vusi Mahlasela recently released his seventh studio album, Say Africa. Hear Mahlasela perform songs from his new album and chat with World Cafe host David Dye.
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May 22, 2007 The South African folk guitarist has been recording for 15 years, while serving as a prominent voice of the anti-apartheid movement. Mahlasela also writes poetry and music, mostly addressing topics of freedom, equality and protest of the apartheid government.
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