- Zulu (Wiktionary)
“For all his musical explorations—gospel, reggae, Mexican folk, South African mbaqanga , Afro-Brazilian batucada and electronic soundscapes, among them—Mr. Simon's recordings often polish away needed bite and edge.”
“Opening with three monster rock hits, "The Joshua Tree" (1987) also contains songs that seem to borrow from South African mbaqanga and the music of the American West.”
“His seven-piece band moved among styles without hesitation, adding elements of folk, reggae and rock to Indian pop; his guitarist, in one tune, played lines reminiscent of South African mbaqanga and, in another, channeled Carlos Santana.”
“Mahlathini, who warmed the hearts of millions here and abroad with his mbaqanga music, died last week from complications relating to diabetes.”
“With his group, the Mahotella Queens, he was a leading exponent of mbaqanga music which they popularised in South Africa and in recent years, internationally.”
“Mahlathini together with his group the Mahotella Queens was leading exponent of mbaqanga music which they popularized in South Africa, and in recent years, internationally.”
“Mkhatshwa, with his catholic tastes in music, loves jazz, classical, mbaqanga and pop.”
“After gaining fame as a folky singer-songwriter, Simon reinvented himself by embracing the rhythms of South African mbaqanga.”
“Contra flourishes in its effort to ease up on "A-Punk" 's stiffness as the quartet engages in sonic experimentation of unprecedented playfulness even compared to the debut's: "White Sky" adds mbaqanga bounce to sheer”
“South Africa compilation released by Putumayo Wold Music, which features a dozen artists representing a variety of genres including Afrojazz, mbaqanga, and township jive.”
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