The Xhosa are a nation that came down from the north of Africa, though it has not been proven. Xhosa, the one after whom the Xhosa people are named, descended, and during his emergence from the north, he fathered Malangana. The Xhosa kingship separated when the line got to Phalo because of what happened when he married. Ntu begot Nguni, Nguni begot Xhosa, Xhosa begot Malangana, Malangana begot Nkosiyamntu, Nkosiyamntu begot Tshawe (Xhosa royal clan is named after him). Tshawe begot Ngcwangu,
Love Songs is a "best of" album by the French Rumba Catalana band Gipsy Kings, which was released in 1996. It includes the new unreleased song "Gitano Soy". A US release of this album has been released in 1998 for USA audience under the name Cantos de Amor.
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Missionaries introduced the Xhosa to Western choral singing. The Supreme Being among the Xhosa is called uThixo or uQamata. As in the religions of many other Bantu peoples, God is only rarely involved in everyday life. The Xhosa people have various rites of passage traditions. The first of these occurs after giving birth; a mother is expected to remain secluded in her house for at least ten days. In Xhosa tradition, the afterbirth and umbilical cord were buried or burned to protect the baby from sorcery.
2 Kings is a collaborative studio album by Nigerian rappers Olamide and Phyno. The album features collaborations with producers and guest artists such as Wizkid, Lil Kesh, Storm Rex, Pheelz, Major Bangz, . anks and Young Jonn. Prior to the album, Olamide and Phyno frequently collaborated with one another on several songs including "Ghost Mode" and "Dope Money".
The introductory sequence of songs simply explodes out of the blocks. If consecutive hip-shakers "Djobi, Djoba," "Baila Me," "Bamboleo," "Pida Me La," "Bem, Bem, Maria," and "Volare" don't have you at least tapping your feet, someone ought to take your pulse. The tempo relaxes modestly in the middle section, with slower but equally moving love songs such as "Tu Quieres Volver" and "Mi Manera. The album finishes with a fluid medley of their most popular material
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