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  • Hapo Zamani - Miriam Makeba


    Hapo Zamani - Miriam Makeba

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  • MIRIAM MAKEBA - Malaika - Original 1974 single with Swahili and English Lyrics.


    Zenzile Miriam Makeba was born in Johannesburg in 1932. Her mother was a Swazi sangoma (traditional healer-herbalist). Her father, who died when she was six years old, was a Xhosa. When she was eighteen days old, her mother was arrested for selling umqombothi, an African homemade beer distilled from malt and cornmeal. Her mother was sentenced to a six-month prison term, so Miriam spent her first six months of life in jail. As a child, she sang in the choir of the Kilmerton Training Institute' in Pretoria, a primary school that she attended for eight years.

    Her professional career began in the 1950s when she was featured in the South African jazz group the Manhattan Brothers, and appeared for the first time on a poster. She left the Manhattan Brothers to record with her all-woman group, The Skylarks, singing a blend of jazz and traditional melodies of South Africa. As early as 1956, she released the single for Pata Pata. The single was played on all the radio stations and made her known throughout all of South Africa. Though she was a successful recording artist, she was only receiving a few dollars for each recording session and no provisional royalties, and was keen to leave home

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  • Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata


    Strut presents an all-time classic of South African music, the definitive remastered edition of Miriam Makeba’s ‘Pata Pata’, her first album recorded for Reprise in 1966.
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  • Miriam Makeba - Mama Africa Origins


    01- Hush Hush 00:11
    02- Give Us Our Land 03:14
    03- Khawuleza (Hurry Mama Hurry!) 05:41
    04- Iya Guduza 09:09
    05- Jikele Maweni 11:28
    06- Mbube 14:14
    07- Ndodemnyama Verwoerd 19:16
    08- Suliram 21:18
    09- The house of the rising sun 24:04
    10- The Naugthy Little Flea 26:03
    11- To Those We Love 29:51
    12- Umhome 32:09
    13- Where does it lead 33:29
    14- Olilili South Africa 36:02
    15- The Click Song South Africa 38:41
    16- In The Land Of The Zulus 41:18
    17- Lovely Lies 43:51
    18- Nomeva 46:42
    19- One More Dance 49:23
    20- Train Song 53:06

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    Zenzile Miriam Makeba (4 March 1932 – 9 November 2008), nicknamed Mama Africa, was a South African singer, actor, UN goodwill ambassador, and civil rights activist. Born in Johannesburg, Makeba was forced to find employment as a child after the death of her father. She had a brief and allegedly abusive first marriage at the age of 17, and gave birth to her only child in 1950, as well as surviving an episode of cancer. Her talent for singing had been remarked upon when she was a child, and she began singing professionally in the 1950s, with the Cuban Brothers, the Manhattan Brothers, and the all-woman group The Skylarks, performing a mixture of jazz, traditional African melodies, and popular music from the West. In 1959, Makeba had a brief role in the anti-Apartheid film Come Back, Africa, which brought her international attention, and led to her travelling to perform in Venice, London, and New York. In London, she met Harry Belafonte, who would become a mentor and colleague. She moved to New York City, where she became immediately popular, and recorded her first solo album in 1960. However, when she tried to return to South Africa for her mother's funeral in the same year, she found her passport had been cancelled by the government, preventing her from returning home. Her career in the US flourished, and she released several songs and albums, including Pata Pata (1967), her most popular recording. Along with Belafonte she received a Grammy award for her 1966 album An Evening with Belafonte/Makeba. Makeba became involved with the civil rights movement against racial segregation in the US, and testified before the United Nations, asking for economic sanctions against the apartheid government. She married Stokely Carmichael, a leader of the controversial Black Panther Party, in 1968: as a result, she lost support among white Americans, and faced hostility from the US government, leading her and Carmichael to move to Guinea. She continued to perform, mostly in African countries, including at several celebrations of independence, and began to write and perform more explicitly political music critical of the apartheid regime, such as Soweto Blues, written in 1977 about the Soweto Uprising by her former husband Hugh Masekela. After the collapse of apartheid in 1990 Makeba returned to South Africa, where she continued to record music, including a 1991 collaboration with Nina Simone and Dizzy Gillespie. She had a role in the 1992 film Sarafina!, and was named a UN goodwill ambassador in 1999, in addition to campaigning for several humanitarian causes. She continued to perform until her death from a heart attack during a concert in Italy in 2008. Makeba was among the first African musicians to received worldwide recognition, and is credited with bringing African music to a Western audience, and with popularising the genres of world music and Afropop. She also made popular several songs critical of apartheid, and became a symbol of opposition to this system, particularly after her right to return was revoked. Upon her death, South African President Nelson Mandela said that her music inspired a powerful sense of hope in all of us.

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  • Paul Simon - Under African Skies


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  • Miriam Makeba - Welela


    from 1989's Welela

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  • Miriam Makeba - The Click Song


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  • Miriam Makeba - Amapondo


    Dizzy Gillespie & Miriam Makeba / A Night In Tunisia (DVD )

  • Miriam Makeba - Oxgam


    Miriam Makeba
    (4 March 1932 -- 10 November 2008)
    one helluva lady... 100% dedicated to her craft, all the way to her dying day voice of freedom, her songs share the stories, the struggles, the integrity of the native South African people under Apartheid Rule throughout the 60's , 70's , and 80's.
    now go and learn more, hear more, and share more
    The woman, the legend, the angel , the sage ..
    Hail Mama Africa
    Hail the memory of Miriam Makeba
    ~ M. Garza ~

    Makeba's life has consistently been marked by struggle. As the daughter of a sangoma, a mystical traditional healer of the Xhosa tribe, she spent six months of her birth year in jail with her mother. Gifted with a dynamic vocal tone, Makeba recorded her debut single, Lakutshona Llange, as a member of the Manhattan Brothers in 1953. Although she left to form an all-female group named the Skylarks in 1958, she reunited with members of the Manhattan Brothers when she accepted the lead female role in a musical version of King Kong, which told the tragic tale of Black African boxer, Ezekiel King Kong Dlamani, in 1959. The same year, she began an 18-month tour of South Africa with Alf Herbert's musical extravaganza, African Jazz and Variety, and made an appearance in a documentary film, Come Back Africa. These successes led to invitations to perform in Europe and the United States.
    Makeba was embraced by the African American community. Pata Pata, Makeba's signature tune, was written by Dorothy Masuka and recorded in South Africa in 1956 before eventually becoming a major hit in the U.S. in 1967. In late 1959, she performed for four weeks at the Village Vanguard in New York. She later made a guest appearance during Harry Belafonte's groundbreaking concerts at Carnegie Hall. A double-album of the event, released in 1960, received a Grammy award. Makeba has continued to periodically renew her collaboration with Belafonte, releasing an album in 1972 titled Belafonte & Miriam Makeba. Makeba then made a special guest appearance at the Harry Belafonte Tribute at Madison Square Garden in 1997.
    Makeba's successes as a vocalist were also balanced by her outspoken views about apartheid. In 1960, the government of South Africa revoked her citizenship. For the next 30 years, she was forced to be a citizen of the world. Makeba received the Dag Hammerskjold Peace Prize in 1968. After marrying radical black activist Stokely Carmichael, many of her concerts were canceled, and her recording contract with RCA was dropped, resulting in even more problems for the artist. She eventually relocated to Guinea at the invitation of president Sekou Toure and agreed to serve as Guinea's delegate to the United Nations. In 1964 and 1975, she addressed the General Assembly of the United Nations on the horrors of apartheid.
    Makeba remained active as a musician over the years. In 1975, she recorded an album, A Promise, with Joe Sample, Stix Hooper, Arthur Adams, and David T. Walker of the Crusaders. Makeba joined Paul Simon and South Africa 's Ladysmith Black Mambazo during their worldwide Graceland tour in 1987 and 1988. Two years later, she joined Odetta and Nina Simone for the One Nation tour.
    Makeba published her autobiography, Miriam: My Story, in English in 1988 and subsequently had it translated and published in German, French, Dutch, Italian, Spanish, and Japanese. Following Nelson Mandela's release from prison, Makeba returned to South Africa in December 1990. She performed her first concert in her homeland in 30 years in April 1991. She appeared in South African award-winning musical Sarafina in 1992 in the role of Sarafina's mother. Two years later, she reunited with her first husband, trumpeter Hugh Masekela, for the Tour of Hope tour. In 1995, Makeba formed a charity organization to raise funds to help protect the women of South Africa. The same year, she performed at the Vatican's Nevi Hall during a worldwide broadcast, Christmas in the Vatican. Makeba's first studio album in a decade, Homeland, was released in 2000. ~
    ~ Craig Harris, Rovi ~

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  • Miriam Makeba - Nomeva


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  • Miriam Makeba - Nongqongqo


    from the album An Evening With Belafonte/Makeba

  • Jain - Makeba


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    Ooohe Makeba ma qué bella,
    Can i get a oohe Makeba,
    Makes my body dance for you ,

    I want to hear your breath just next to my soul,
    I want to feel oppress without any rest,
    I want to see you sing, i want to see you fight,
    Because you are the real beauty of human right ,


    Nobody can beat the Mama Africa,
    You follow the beat that she's going to give you,
    Only her smile can all make it go,
    The sufferation of a thousand more,

    CHORUS x2

  • Miriam Makeba - Click Song


    Miriam Makeba perform Quongqothwane also known as the click song during the festival Zaire 74. Taken from the documentary movie Soul Power about the festival. It was a three day live music festival that took place on September 22 to 24,1974 at the 20th of May Stadium in Kinshasa, Zaire (now Democratic Republic of the Congo). The concert, conceived by Hugh Masekela and record producer Stewart Levine, was meant to be a major promotional event for the heavyweight boxing championship match between Muhammad Ali and George Foreman, known as The Rumble in the Jungle. Featured performers included top R&B and soul artists from the United States such as James Brown, Bill Withers, B.B. King, and The Spinners as well as prominent African performers such as Miriam Makeba, TPOK Jazz, and Tabu Ley Rochereau. Other performers included Celia Cruz and the Fania All-Stars.

    Miriam Makeba canta Qongqothwane conosciuta come click song durante una delle più grandi manifestazioni musicali della storia dell'Africa conosciuta come Zaire 74. Il video è stato preso dal film documentario sul festival Soul Power. Il festival si tenne dal 22 al 24 settembre nello stadio di Kinshasa. L'evento fu organizzato da Hugh Masekela e Stuart Levine per volere del presidente Mobutu, che aveva deciso di sfruttare la risonanza internazionale dell'incontro di Ali e Foreman per celebrare ufficialmente la nuova costituzione dello Zaire di fronte agli occhi del mondo. A partecipare all'evento furono chiamati stelle della musica di livello mondiale, come James Brown, Bill Withers, B.B. King, i The Spinners ed anche gli artisti più eminenti della scena africana come Miriam Makeba, TPOK Jazz, e Tabu Ley Rochereau. Nella Line Up c'era anche Celia Cruz accompagnata dai favolosi Fania All-Stars.

  • Miriam Makeba - Mas Que Nada


  • Miriam Makeba Interview 1969


    Lovable Mrs. Makeba talks about racism during her visit in Finland in 1969.

  • Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata HQ 0815007


    HQ-Video. Pata Pata, ein Hit fuer Miriam Makeba im Jahr 1967. Standard-Video hat sehr gute Qualitaet. Standard video has very good quality. Seitenverhaeltnis / aspect ratio = 16:9 wide screen.

  • Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata


    Il brano, scritto in lingua Xhosa, parla di una danza tradizionale del Sud Africa il cui significato è tocca tocca. Il brano era stato composto da Dorothy Masuka ed eseguito da Miriam Makeba nel 1957. La canzone fu incisa negli Stati Uniti d'America nel 1967 nella versione scritta da Miriam Makeba e Jerry Ragovoy.

  • Miriam Makeba - Ndodemnyama


    O Partido Comunista e o CNA mobilizánse nos rueiros e nas rúas de Sudáfrica.
    O pobo negro segue achegándose ... pasopa, racistas!.

  • Miriam Makeba - First album - Vintage Music Songs


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    The retreat song (jikele maweni) 00:00:00,00
    Suliram 00:02:33,18
    The click song 00:05:18,09
    Umhome 00:07:51,15
    Olilili 00:09:11,24
    Lakutshn, Ilanga 00:11:45,08
    Mbube 00:13:54,16
    The naughty little flea 00:17:14,10
    Where does it lead? 00:21:00,06
    Nomeva 00:23:32,07
    House of the rising sun 00:26:12,09
    Saduva 00:28:11,15
    One more dance 00:30:43,11
    Iya guduza 00:33:26,22
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  • the lion sleeps tonighta real original african version


    the tokens are not will never be the creator of our african rythm never..this is a south african song a zulu song called mbube (lion) has been sung for centuries in south africa and firstly recorded by linda solomon...we talk about a lion sleeping but it just deeper than you guy think when a king dies we say in africa that he sleeps and when shacka died they sang it to tell the people that the lion is sleeping ..i yu m'bube =you are the lion...chacka you can't die you certainly sleeping..they stole it and don't have the honesty to say where they took it..damn it

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  • Pata Pata Miriam Makeba Subtitulada en castellano


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  • Miriam Makeba A Luta Continua! Wake up my people


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  • miriam makeba, Zimbabwe concert (paul simon - graceland land


    miriam makeba, Graceland live concert in Zimbabwe, with Paul Simon

  • Miriam Makeba - Akana Nkomo


    Miriam Makeba (Johannesburgo, Sudáfrica, 4 de marzo de 1932-Castel Volturno, Italia, 9 de noviembre de 2008).

    Aunque pasó su infancia en Pretoria (Transvaal), Makeba comenzó a cantar en los años cincuenta con el grupo Manhattan Brothers, tras lo que fundó su propia banda, The Skylarks, que mezclaba jazz con música tradicional sudafricana.

    Después de ver que no podía llevar a cabo en su país la carrera musical que ella quería por su activismo comprometido, la cantante viajó a Venecia (Italia) para después conseguir llegar a Londres (Reino Unido), donde conoció a Harry Belafonte, quien le ayudó a entrar en Estados Unidos. Luego de su casamiento con el activista negro trinitense Stokely Carmichael, la persecución estatal los obligó a abandonar el país, trasladando su residencia a Guinea.

    Icono de la lucha contra el apartheid en su país, Makeba, marginada durante más de tres décadas por el régimen racista sudafricano, siempre estuvo comprometida con la lucha por los derechos civiles y contra el racismo, una entrega que llevó a cabo hasta el último momento de su vida. La cantante, conocida también como «Mamá África», supo llevar como nadie al escenario las tradiciones y los trajes típicos de su tierra, en espectáculos donde su voz cálida y su gran presencia eclipsaban a los instrumentos étnicos que la acompañaban.

    En 1972, Makeba actuó en el Festival de la Canción de Viña del Mar (en Chile). Es conocida en ese país por lo que fue su cercanía con la Unidad Popular y la figura de Salvador Allende. En dicha actuación fue abucheada por un público claramente opositor al gobierno socialista. En 1973 se separó de Carmichael.

    Logró su máxima popularidad con el inolvidable tema Pata Pata (1966), que fue difundido en diferentes países del mundo alcanzando los primeros lugares en los ranking de música pop. Esa canción fue versionada también por otros intérpretes, como la mexicana Thalía o la popular banda Chebere.

    Makeba residió en Guinea hasta su regreso a Sudáfrica el 10 de junio de 1990 tras la excarcelación de Nelson Mandela, quien tiempo después le ofreció participar en su gobierno.

    En el 16 de octubre de 1999, Miriam Makeba fue nombrada Embajadora de Buena Voluntad de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la Agricultura y la Alimentación (FAO).

    En el año 2001, Makeba fue galardonada con el premio de la paz Otto Hahn, otorgado por la Asociación Alemana de la ONU. En 2002 fue galardonada con el Polar Music Prize que otorga la Real Academia Sueca de Música.

    El 9 de noviembre de 2008 falleció en la localidad de Castel Volturno, en el sur de Italia, a causa de un paro cardiaco que se produjo tras un concierto contra el racismo y la mafia, en el que participaba.

  • Miriam Makeba - Make Us One


    Miriam Makeba - Make Us One (Full Album)

    1 | 00:00 | Miriam Makeba - Make Us One
    2 | 02:34 | Miriam Makeba - Ntyilo Ntyilo
    3 | 04:00 | Miriam Makeba - Darlie Kea Lemang
    4 | 07:51 | Miriam Makeba - Nomalungelo
    5 | 10:16 | Miriam Makeba - Pula Kgosi Seretse
    6 | 13:12 | Miriam Makeba - Quickly in Love
    7 | 15:53 | Miriam Makeba - Back of the Moon
    8 | 18:54 | Miriam Makeba - Live Humble
    9 | 21:19 | Miriam Makeba - Kutheni Sithandwa
    10 | 23:56 | Miriam Makeba - Jeux Interdits (Forbidden Games)
    11 | 27:33 | Miriam Makeba - Sophiatown Is Gone
    12 | 30:17 | Miriam Makeba - Sindiza Ngecadillacs
    13 | 32:40 | Miriam Makeba - Miriams's Goodbye to Africa
    14 | 35:27 | Miriam Makeba - Table Mountain
    15 | 37:52 | Miriam Makeba - Umbhaqanga
    16 | 40:30 | Miriam Makeba - Teya Teya
    17 | 43:57 | Miriam Makeba - Yini Madoda
    18 | 46:31 | Miriam Makeba - Holilili
    19 | 49:07 | Miriam Makeba - Tula Ndiville
    20 | 52:17 | Miriam Makeba - Orlando
    21 | 55:04 | Miriam Makeba - Mil+l+
    22 | 58:36 | Miriam Makeba - Baby Ntsoare
    23 | 1:01:39 | Miriam Makeba - Laku Tshone 'Ilanga
    24 | 1:04:25 | Miriam Makeba - Hush
    25 | 1:07:07 | Miriam Makeba - Ndamcenga

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  • Miriam Makeba - Sing Me A Song


    Excellent title track from Legendary South African singer and activist Miriam Makeba 'Mama Africa'. (1932-2008)

    From the album 'Sing Me A Song'. Released 1993.

    Personnel: Miriam Makeba (vocals, upright bass); Nelson Lee (vocals, piano, keyboards, background vocals); Fay Chikapa Phiri, Lawrence Matshiza (guitar); Khaya Mahlangu (horns); Themba Mkhize (piano, keyboards); Sibusiso Victor Masondo (bass, background vocals); Philip Meintjies (drums, percussion); Ian Herman, Papa Kouyate (percussion); Stella Khumalo, Faith Kekana, Marilyn Nokwe, Chikapa Phiri, Lungfuls (background vocals).

  • Chicken - Miriam Makeba


    Chicken - Miriam Makeba

  • Miriam Makeba - Khawuleza 1966


    South African singer and political activist Miriam Makeba sings Khawuleza on a Swedish TV show from 1966/67. This song features on the album AN EVENING WITH BELAFONTE/MAKEBA, which won them both a Grammy Award in 1966. Miriam Makeba sadly passed away in November 2008.

  • UYADELA - Miriam Makeba


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  • Harry Belafonte & Miriam Makeba - Malaika


    Harry Belafonte & Miriam Makeba - Malaika
    Artwork by © Frank Morris
    Songwriter - Adam Salim
    From An Evening With Belafonte/Makeba (1965)
    Sound recording administered by The Orchard Music-SME
    ___ Malaika is a Swahili song written by Tanzanian Adam Salim in 1945. This song is possibly the most famous of all Swahili love songs in Tanzania, Kenya and the entire East Africa, as well as being one of the most widely known of all Swahili songs in the world. Malaika in this context means angel in Swahili, and this word has always been used by the Swahili speakers to refer to a beautiful girl.
    The lyrics of the song differ slightly from version to version; the title itself is subject to variation, such as Ewe Malaika or My Angel.
    precious South African voice of the “Mother Africa” Miriam Makeba, who popularized the song both in and out of Africa.

    Malaika, nakupenda Malaika
    Malaika, nakupenda Malaika
    Ningekuoa mali we, ningekuoa dada
    Nashindwa na mali sina we, ningekuoa

    Pesa, zasumbua roho yangu
    Pesa, zasumbua roho yangu
    Nami nifanyeje, kijana mwenzio
    Nashindwa na mali sina we
    Ningekuoa Malaika

    Kidege, hukuwaza kidege
    Kidege, hukuwaza kidege
    Ningekuoa mali we, ningekuoa dada
    Nashindwa na mali sina, we
    Ningekuoa Malaika
    Malaika, nakupenda Malaika
    Malaika, nakupenda Malaika
    Ningekuoa mali we, ngekuoa dada
    Nashindwa na mali sina we, Ningekuoa Malaika

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  • Miriam Makeba - Emabhaceni


  • Miriam Makeba Feat. Leleti Khumalo- Thank You Mama


    The Legendary Miriam Makeba featuring Leleti Khumalo- Thank You Mama (Sarafina Soundtrack).. Enjoy!

  • Miriam Makeba - The Retreat Song


  • Amampondo - Miriam Makeba HD Quality


    El Joe Lasser, presenta Amampondo con Miriam Makeba. Para todos los amantes del canal de los Exitos Picoteros.

  • Miriam Makeba - Chove Chuva


    Recorded at Berns, Stockholm in 1966

    Guitar: Sivuca
    Drums: Leopoldo Fleming Jr
    Bass: William Salter

    Original song by Jorge Ben Jor (listen here:

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  • Miriam Makeba - The Retreat Song


    Track 1. Read my review for this album:

  • Miriam Makeba - Jolingomo


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  • Miriam Makeba - The Click Song - Subtitulado


    Miriam Makeba gives an example of various xhosa language sounds.
    Miriam Makeba da un ejemplo de varios sonidos de la lengua xhosa.


    Igqira lendlela nguqo ngqothwane
    Igqira lendlela nguqo ngqothwane
    Sebeqabele gqi thapha bathi nguqo ngqothwane
    Sebeqabele gqi thapha bathi nguqo ngqothwane

    Subtitulado en español.

  • Miriam Makeba & Bongi Makeba - Ngoma Nkurila


    Miriam Makeba introduces her daughter Bongi who performs Ngoma Nkurila during a live concert in the Dutch TV studios in Hilversum, in september 1979. Bongi sadly passed away in 1985.

  • Miriam Makeba - Pata Pata - African Dance Music - Zambezi Express - Zimbabwe - African Music tv .


    African Music tv is proud to promote this exciting African dance by the group Zambezi Express from Zimbabwe. The song is titled Pata pata which is a remix version of the original Papa Pata song by Miriam Makeba (R.i.P) from South Africa. The video was filmed on location at a festival in Bournemouth (England). Please, remember to subscribe to our channel and follow our web site at

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  • Miriam Makeba chante en Algérien - انا حـــرّة في الجـــزائر


    Miriam Makeba chante en Algérien - انا حـــرّة في الجـــزائر

  • Miriam Makeba - Mbube


    Track 7. Read my review for this album:

  • SOFY - Malaika Miriam Makeba R.i.P


    SOFY Perform MALAIKA ,cover live @ SahWira Africa International Literature Rythms Youth Project fund ed by @NordicCulture managed by Dr. Faith Mkwesha funded by Koneen Säätiö - Kone Foundation. film by GREAT VIDEO .
    Sofy .

  • Miriam Makeba ‎– Umgokozo


    Que Tiempos Aquellos

  • Miriam Makeba & The Skylarks - Owakho


    The Best of Miriam Makeba & The Skylarks (1998)

  • Miriam Makeba Hapo Zamani HD


  • Milk & Sugar ft Miriam Makeba - Hi-a Ma HD


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  • Miriam Makeba - Ha Po Zamani


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