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Afro-pop singer Lebo Mathosa might be dead, but her music lives on. Her last offering, Dance to the Music, has just been released posthumously and its proves she is still a hit.
Produced and sound engineered by Marius Brouwer, this exciting Afro-pop album showcases the versatile vocal abilities of the singer.
As with all Mathosa's albums, Dance To The Music is a product of varied influences.
The 13-track album includes Dance to theMusic, an adaptation of Another One Bites the Dust.
The R&B track I Will Meet You in the Long Run makes one wonder if Mathosa had a premonition of what lay ahead of her.
If you are a pop or rock fan, then Don't Need No Reason, where the artist really stretched her vocal chords, is a track for you.
My Love, an outstanding expression of raw emotion by the queen of pop, was influenced by Brazilian Antonio Carlos Jobim's Girl from Ipanema.
In Newtown Groove Mathosa entered a surprising league of artists where one has the sense that she was paying homage to the Miriam Makebas of this country.
Also featured are her famous tracks It's a Brand New Day, I live Music and Dangers.
Mathosa released her debut album, Drummer Queen , in 2004. This was followed by Lioness in 2005.