Soul Brothers a marvel to watch at Charity cup
LOBAMBA- South African Mbhaqanga stalwarts, Soul Brothers lived up to their status by leaving the audience awestricken after their performance at Somhlolo National Stadium.
The group was indeed the main attraction as they performed more than 12 tracks which were well received by the crowd which filled up the stadium.
The band changed three times into their well designed outfits which suited them perfectly.
They performed for soccer fans who comprised of mostly mature individuals who were taken back in time with a dosage of their old time classics which included ‘Mama Wami’, ‘Music in the air’, Deliwe’ and ‘Isigebengu’ ‘Ukhetsa Bani’, ‘Hamba Hluphekile’, ‘Mama ka-Sibongile’, Ushel’umkami’, ‘Ngeke uthole lutho and ‘Yemantombazana’ among other hits. The group has gone back to their roots by including tracks which their fans have seemed to appreciate over the years.
The group’s performance was opened by an instrumental medley by the group’s long serving band members, saxophonist, Larry Mabaso and keyboard player, Moses ‘Black Mosi’ Ngwenya while July, Tiki and Andile kept the crowd entertained with the trumpets.
The crowd watched in enjoyment as the lead singer of the band, David Masondo performed alongside his talented son, Sphamandla for the second time in the country. He is also a member of the group called, ‘Boguluva’ which is a faction of Soul Brothers. He proved to all that Mbhaqanga was in the Masondo genes.
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