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WHEN you listen to Baba naz' inkuni, the first release by Zoliswa Delihlazo, you are blown away by her professional sound and mature voice.
Born in Mount Frere in Eastern Cape, but now living in Secunda, Mpumalanga, Delihlazo is a promising gospel singer.
Her album showcases a true passion for gospel music. While her name might not be familiar to most, Delihlazo has been around for a while.
Her album soothes the wounded heart and gives hope to those who have lost it.
"My album is for those who have lost hope in life and people, who do not see a reason for living. I am saying to them that everything has its time."
She says her music is inspired by her background, since she grew up in a poor environment.
"I grew up in a very poor environment with my mother, who was a domestic worker. My father was not well. But I never lost hope that things would one day be okay. I was in Standard 8 when I first experienced the luxury of wearing shoes," she said.
Delihlazo started singing a long time ago, but she never thought that one day she would release an album. While singing one day, she caught the attention of talent scout Sifiso Mavuso, who did not waste time to sign her.
Delihlazo started Siyanqoba Home Based Care that looks after vulnerable children, orphans and terminally ill HIV-Aids patients in 2001.