Nkulee DUBE, the daughter of legendary reggae maestro Lucky Dube, has to convince fans that like her father that she is able to hold her own in music.
Nkulee, who arrived on Wednesday night will share the stage with Oliver Mtukudzi’s daughter Selmor for the first time and their show will be one of the major highlights to be
unveiled from the Coca-Cola Green stage.
Selmor said she was honoured to share the stage with Nkulee and described the show as a milestone. She said her performance would be one of her best shows since she started music.
“Friday will mark my third appearance at Hifa, so I am looking forward to give my best performance together with Nkulee. Our act will thrill the audience as we have surprises lined up for them. I have never dreamt of working together with Lucky Dube’s children, but to my surprise God had planned for this already,” said Selmor.
It has been a good year for Selmor whose latest album “Expressions” is doing well on the local market. Her album comprises emotional songs about her life growing up in a broken family.
“Working as offspring of music legends is always a good thing. Chances are that we bring our parents’ fans together taking them down memory lane,” she said.
Selmor recently inked a deal a South African record company called Next Music and already plans are underway to tour the country. “It seems my music career is moving in the right direction.