Thandiswa Mazwai "Sankofa" New Album 2024

Thandiswa Mazwai

Thandiswa Mazwai is a South African singer, songwriter, and activist who is well-known for her powerful voice and songs that are socially conscious.

During her time as the lead vocalist and songwriter for the renowned South African band Bongo Maffin, which fuses elements of kwaito, reggae, and other African music genres, she grew to fame and became a prominent figure in the music industry.

Throughout the course of her career, Thandiswa Mazwai has released a number of CDs, both as a solo artist and as a member of the band Bongo Maffin.

Mazwai's solo career has been distinguished by the convergence of traditional African sounds with current music styles, which has resulted in the creation of a sound that is both distinctive and dynamic.

Her lyrics frequently address societal problems like as identity, freedom, and empowerment, drawing upon her experiences as a black woman in South Africa. Her lyrics are typically influenced by her experiences.

Additionally, Mazwai is well-known for her activism and outspoken advocacy for social justice and women's rights. Her singing profession is not the only thing that has brought her fame.

She uses her platform to promote good change through her music and activism, as well as to raise awareness about issues that are affecting populations that are marginalised.

Thandiswa Mazwai's music is lauded not only in South Africa but also on a global scale due to the fact that it is genuine, profound, and culturally significant.

She continues to be a key voice in the African music landscape, and she continues to inspire audiences with her powerful performances and lyrics that provoke thought.


  1. Thandiswa – sabela
  2. Thandiswa – Biko speaks
  3. Thandiswa – emini
  4. Thandiswa – kunzima: dark side of the rainbow
  5. Thandiswa – interlude
  6. Thandiswa – Dogon
  7. Thandiswa – kulungile ft. Nduduzo Makhathini
  8. Thandiswa – with love to Makeba
  9. Thandiswa – children of the soil
  10. Thandiswa – xandibona wena ft. Thandi Ntuli
  11. Thandiswa – fela khona