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Brenda Fassie - Greatest Hits: The Queen Of African Pop (1964 - 2004) Album


Performer: Brenda Fassie
Genre: Electronic / Reggae
Title: Greatest Hits: The Queen Of African Pop (1964 - 2004)
Country: South Africa
Released: 18 Nov 2004
Style: House, Dancehall
Label: CCP Record Company
Catalog Number: 7243 8 63341 2 1
FLAC version ZIP size: 2821 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1939 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1202 mb
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 078

Tracklist

1Too Late For Mama3:57
2Sum'Bulalala3:23
3Amagents3:28
4It's Nice To Be With People3:54
5Umuntu Ngumuntu3:40
6No No No Senor3:30
7Kuyoze Kuyovalwa4:25
8Zola Budd4:00
9Black President4:26
10Boipatong4:04
11Nomakanjani3:40
12I Straight Lendaba3:53
13Thola Madlozi3:20
14Weekend Special3:52
15Promises3:55
16Touch Somebody3:42
17Vul'Indlela3:26
18Higher & Higher4:22
19Amalahle3:51

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7243 8 75547 2 6Brenda Fassie Greatest Hits : The Queen Of African Pop (1964-2004) ‎(CD, Comp)EMI7243 8 75547 2 6UK & Europe2004
7087 6 19003 2 3Brenda Fassie Greatest Hits : The Queen Of African Pop (1964-2004) ‎(CD, Comp)Narada7087 6 19003 2 3US2004
CDBREN (WLM) 010, 724387554726Brenda Fassie Greatest Hits: The Queen Of African Pop (1964 - 2004) ‎(CD, Comp)CCP Record Company, CCP Record CompanyCDBREN (WLM) 010, 724387554726South AfricaUnknown

Notes

All profits of this CD are donated by EMI to the 46664 arm of the Nelson Mandela Foundation to help improve the HIV / AIDS infected and affected lives in Africa.

Album

Greatest Hits: The Queen of African Pop 19642004 is a posthumous greatest hits album by South African Afro-pop singer Brenda Fassie. The album was released on November 30, 2004 via EMI Music Distribution. Fassie died aged 39 on 9 May 2004, in hospital in Sunninghill without returning to consciousness after her life support machines were turned off following an asthma attack which led to cardio-respiratory arrest and subsequent brain damage. Follow Brenda Fassie and others on SoundCloud. Album release date: 1 January 2004. Brenda Fassie - Vuli Ndlela. Not available in Russian Federation. 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. In 1981, at the age of 16, she left Cape Town for Soweto, Johannesburg to seek her fortune as a singer. Brenda read more. Album 2004 20 Songs. Brenda Fassie: Legends. Mina Nawe feat. Play jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Brenda Fassie. Greatest Hits: The Queen of African Pop 1964-2004, 2004. Rita Ora Let You Love Me. Euro Hits. Beyoncé Halo. Radio Monte Karlo. The Queen Of Afro Pop Kwaito Brenda Fassie Has Reigned Supreme From Far Back As 1964 Down To 2004 And Counting And We Decide To Bring You Her Best Of The Best Music Compilation Titled Greatest Hits 1964-2004. Too Late For Mama Lyrics. Brenda Fassie Lyrics provided by . Do you like this album Leave a review. Greatest Hits: The Queen Of African Pop 1964-2004. by Brenda Fassie. Released: January 1, Brenda Fassie. 2004 , 20 songs. Vuli Ndlela. Weekend Special - Brenda & The Big Dudes. Touch Somebody - Brenda & The Big Dudes. It's Nice To Be With People - Brenda & The Big Dudes