is known for their contributions to the Maskandi music genre. Maskandi is derived from the Zulu word “iskhanda,” meaning “head,” and refers to the headgear traditionally worn by Zulu men. The genre has a rich cultural heritage and remains an important part of South African music, especially in the KwaZulu-Natal region.The music is known for its vibrant, rhythmic sound and is often associated with storytelling, conveying narratives about everyday life, history, and social issues, and has gained significant popularity both within the country and internationally.
Umketule Maskandi songs
|SENGIKHETHILE +Phindile Buthelezi, IMEYA
|uX ONGASOLVEKI +IMEYA
|UYIMVANA +Phindile Buthelezi
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Maskandi is a genre of South African music that originated among the Zulu people. It is a traditional style of music that has evolved over the years, blending indigenous Zulu musical elements with influences from various other genres, including folk, blues, and even contemporary styles.. Maskandi has gained popularity not only in South Africa but also internationally.