Copenhagen Subway Map

Copenhagen Subway Map on Dube enrolled in Wits University in Johannesburg to begin a medical degree, but dropped out in 1982 at the age of 18 to join the band, The Love Brothers. Founded by his cousin, record producer Richard Siluma, the quintet played mbaqanga, or Zulu pop, a musical fusion of soul and pop merged with traditional Zulu music first introduced to America by Paul Simon in his landmark album, Graceland. Siluma, the group’s manager and arranger, worked in Johannesburg for Teal Records which ulti – mately became a part of Gallo, the largest recording company in South Africa. Promoted by Siluma as Lucky Dube and the Supersoul, the group released five mbaqanga albums on the Gallo label over the next few years. Lucky Dube, however, had become increas – ingly attracted to the Rastafarian lifestyle, despite refusing to smoke marijuana or drink alcohol, and saw in reggae a powerful, universal, and commercial vehicle by which to address important social issues like apartheid confronting blacks in his own country. Without the knowledge of the Gallo Record Company, Dube and his band went into the studio in 1985 and recorded Rastas Never Die, a four-song EP which marked the first attempt to introduce reggae into South Africa. Heavily influenced by reggae great Peter Tosh, Dube played all the instruments on the album which sold a disastrous 4,000 units at a time when mbaqanga records were selling on average 30,000. Copenhagen Subway Map 2016.

Copenhagen Subway Map Photo Gallery



Maybe You Like Them Too

Leave a Reply

2 + = 4