Proudly African singer, Palesa Ndima, has released a beautiful afro-jazz pop song: Ke Ngwana Mo Afrika (African Child).
The debut single for her brand new album, Ke Ngwana Mo Afrika – an uplifting album with a fusion of genres, from afro pop to afro jazz and more in between – is a powerful song predicted to earn her a spot in most festival events in South Africa and abroad.
Born in Vosloorus, East of Johannesurg, Palesa – who was raised by her mother, as her father passed away when she was 13 – started singing at the age of 7 and knew this was her calling in life.
Her love of music was heavily influenced by her late father who used to listen to Ray Charles, Percy Sledge and more. Palesa’s love for Jazz Music morphed into a love for Gospel Music as she sang for many church choirs as Gospel leader.
After a few years of pursuing other careers, Palesa’s love for music drew her back in and pushed her to re enter the world of music and release a brand new Afro Jazz Inspired album.
Ke Ngwana Mo Afrika is available on iTunes and all digital retailers.