Letta Mbulu Biography

Letta Mbulu Biography

Letta Mbulu biography: Letta Mbulu is a singer from South Africa.

Letta Mbulu Age, Career and Personal Life.

Letta Mbulu was born on 23rd August, 1942 in Soweto, South Africa.

Mbulu toured with King Kong, the musical and left the United States in 1965. In New York City, she worked with renowned artists such as Miriam Makeba and Hugh Masekela. She has sag in Roots and The Color Purple and was a guest on a Season 6 episode of Soul Train. She provided the Swahili chant in Michael Jackson’s single, “Liberian Girl”.

Letta Mbulu is married to Caiphus Semenya, a musician.

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