From A God To A King Kelly Khumalo

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Album-Release:
2022

HRA-Release:
14.02.2023

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  • 1Akathintwa05:15
  • 2Uzoma04:13
  • 3Ngisize04:43
  • 4Uyathandwa04:59
  • 5Mina Nawe03:29
  • 6Isivikelo05:53
  • 7Bazokhuluma05:44
  • Total Runtime34:16

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Kelly Khumalo has a particularly vibrant career as a singer, effortlessly combining Afro-pop, gospel and other genres. Her singing gift has earned her several accolades in her music career. After recently dropping a single, Bazokhuluma, she has come out again to serve us with a soulful December with a brand-new single, Akathintwa, that teases her upcoming album ‘From God To A King’ that she will release early in the new year 2023.

Kelly's gold-certified album, The Voice Of Africa, saw the release of platinum-selling singles like Empini and Esiphambanweni. She has clearly been successful in overcoming all her challenges. The singer shows off her skills not only vocally but also in writing on this low-tempo afro pop instrumental, which is very relatable to anyone trying to improve their lives. The features are activated to give the product an additional edge.

The talented singer and songwriter comes out with an album that reminds her fans why she has claimed the titled 'The Voice of Africa', as she brings an album which is soulful, and very mature. It shows her growth in her personal life and how she has advanced in her music career, as she describes this album as signifying a full circle moment.

Kelly Khumalo has really made her way into South African music history.15 years in the music business, and she continues to shine. With her sultry voice and flawless delivery, she has won the hearts of many South Africans. She was proud of the fact that she was one of the few singers whose live performances were as flawless. We get a chance to experience a new level of her artistry on the new album.

Kelly Khumalo

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Kelly Khumalo
is a South African singer and actress who rose to fame during the Cruz gospel concert in 2003, where she wowed crowds with the gospel song U Jesu' phakeme (Jesus is Almighty).

Kelly grew up in the rural outskirts of Nquthu in KwaZulu-Natal. In 2003, she was discovered by Sarah and Bonsai Shongwe when she performed at a Gospel Star search.

Her first performance as a professional artist was in front of a 30,000 strong crowd at a Kaizer Chiefs soccer match. Hardly two months into the music industry she was the opening act for American Rap star Missy Elliot.

Kelly's debut album, TKO was released in August 2005 to much acclaim with the hit song Qinisela. The album was nominated twice at the South African Music Awards (SAMA) and she was the only female artist nominated in the Song of the Year category. The song was her biggest hit and remained on national radio charts for five months.

Kelly Khumalo's second album Itshitshi was released at the end of 2006. The album was also nominated for a SAMA, as well as her third album, titled Lobola.

Kelly's fourth album, titled Simply Kelly showed a more mature artist who was growing in her craft. The album featured American songstress Syleena Johnson.

She completed recording her fifth album in 2012 titled The Past, The Present, The Future, produced by the prolific RJ Benjamin, as well as multi-talented Kabomo and producers Robbie Malinga and Mojalefa Thebe.

The album features the legendary Sibongile Khumalo, and Kelly has done duets with her producers Robbie Malinga and RJ Benjamin.

Kelly's first television acting role was on the SABC1 drama series Mtunzini.com. Then, when the youth soapie Rhythm City started on e.tv in 2007, she was chosen to play Sunay, the role of a singer, which was very close to her own persona as a singer. She returned to the show in June 2012.

Kelly also features in one of the Mzansi Love dramas that aired on e.tv in August 2012.

Also in 2012 she starred in the second season of the e.tv docu-reality series Rolling With..., which documents her life as she tries to reclaim her crown as the queen of South African popular music.

In 2015 she was one of the three featured celebrities on the e.tv reality series Reality Check, in which she - along with iFani and Chomee - had to do good deeds for charity.

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